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Contrast agents used for detecting cancer must be efficient at accumulating within tumors. Engineered nanoparticles have excellent tumor targeting capacity and can act as vehicles for contrast ag
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Here we propose a simplified X-ray strategy for direct observation and enumeration of peripheral fat in small animals. One of the underlying merits of our method is that the prone placement of a roden
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  ESTIMATION OF GLYCINE BETAINE IN PLANT TISSUES           Glycine betaine belongs to group of compounds commonly known as quaternary ammonium comp
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  ESTIMATION OF FREE PROLINE CONTENT IN PLANT TISSUES   Introduction Proline (abbreviated as Pro or P) is a α-amino acid, one of the twenty DNA-encoded amino acids found in proteins.
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Here's a neat protocol to help those scientists who everyday face the challenge of trying to cool their samples whilst handling 96 tubes. Juggling a 96 well plate on ice can pose certainly difficult
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Cells of the immune system explore a wider territory than any other cells in the body. Responses to a pathogen typically require long-range migration of cells, short-range communication by local chemi
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During the last decade, significant progress in the analysis of whole genomes and transcriptomes has triggered efforts to analyze the proteome. Advancements in protein extraction, purification, and id
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Non-invasive in vivo optical imaging has been increasingly used in the pre-clinical arena. Tumorigenesis studies, in particular, have lent themselves to fluorescent tracking as a means of tumor detect
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The most widely used detection method for Western blotting is enhanced chemiluminescence where horseradish peroxidase (HRP), conjugated to the secondary antibody, catalyzes the oxidation of luminol in
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Our research group is interested in the biology of macrophages. One important function of those cells is their ability to phagocyte pathogens and exogenous particles. We use mouse macrophages differen
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