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A simple fluidic design integrates directly into standard cell culture and biochemical assays as a part of new experimental methods published recently. The fluidic design used single channel or T-shaped flow chambers and a syringe pump to effectively culture and assay cells in a continuous gradient of conditions. These methods simultaneously expand experimental capability and … Continued
Understanding the immune system functionality, innate immunity (natural antibodies), development of autoimmune reactions and immune responses during and post-vaccination all involve the analysis of anti-glycan antibodies. The complexity of glycans and their corresponding antibodies found in human serum has made it very difficult to differentiate whether these anti-glycan antibodies are inherent (natural) or a triggered … Continued
The Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia is a collaborative project started in 2008 with the goal to characterize, from a genetic and pharmacological standpoint, a large panel of human cancer models. The idea was to develop data linking genetic profiles to pharmacological outcomes that can translate into personalized therapeutic regimens and accelerate cancer research. The dataset … Continued
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Proteomics is a powerful approach to understanding what role proteins play in disease development, growth, treatment, and recovery. Most proteome research is focused on analyzing plasma and serum, as well as studying cell signaling pathways in cancer. However, saliva and urine matrices are gaining attraction due to the relatively simple, non-invasive collection method that can … Continued
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Protein glycosylation analysis presents some inherent challenges due to the complexity of glycans. Determination of the mass, linkage, Isomerization and anomerization state of a protein require a combination of approaches for which relatively large amounts of proteins are needed. Such amounts are not always available when analyzing precious clinical specimens, making it difficult to extend … Continued
Wheat is the most important crop in Europe due in part to high relative crop yields over a range of environments. “(Wheats) success as a food crop is also due to the unique properties which form the gluten fraction… It (is) necessary to understand the pathways and mechanisms which determine the synthesis, processing, trafficking and … Continued
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Expansion microscopy is a recently developed technique that allows nanoscale resolution imaging of specimens on fast, diffraction-limited microscopes. The method is based on the use of highly cross-linked, expandable polymers that bind biomolecules and labels. The expansion of the polymer pulls biomolecules and labels apart. As a result, molecules are moved away from each other … Continued