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Our research group is studying the signaling pathway involved in the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines from macrophages; an important step in this process is the regulation of the redox balance wi
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 Protein extraction from fungi and bacteria can be challenging, due to the stable cell wall which must be disrupted prior to protein extraction and solubilization. Most often, mechanica
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Hi New to the forum.... Does anyone have a protocol for culturing stem cells from plucked human hair, rather than biopsy? Thanks
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Hi all Iam new to this forum. I request you to kindly tell me about mouse aortic ring assay. Iam using matrigel (8mg/ml density) without diluting to plate the aortas. Iam getting different results eve
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Ovarian cancer is the fourth-leading cause of cancer-related deaths and the leading cause of gynecological cancer deaths. Recurrence and chemoresistance are the major hurdles in the management of pati
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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) currently affects approximately 23 million people in the United States alone.As such, scientists are actively researching ways to treat and slow the progression of such ai
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Whether a researcher is utilizing chemiluminescent or fluorescent Westerns, he or she wants to be able to detect the protein of interest on the first try. However, there are many variables that come i
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In vivo imaging, whether at the cellular or whole-animal level, promised to revolutionize preclinical and clinical biological and bioengineering research. By conducting longitudinal studies, the natur
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The vascular network of a leaf is essential for providing transport and mechanical support. Leaf venation patterns progress throughout growth, during which a hierarchy of discrete vein-size classes be
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Identifying biomarkers that are specific for certain pathological conditions is critical for developing disease- selective imaging probes. Anionic charges are exposed on the surface of numerous partic
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