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Assembling cells into artificial 3-D microtissues, including a tiny gland

... stem cell, Bertozzi noted. Theoretically, using Gartner and Bertozzi's chemical technique, it should be possible to assemble stem cells with their helper cells into a functioning tissue that would make stem cells easier to study outside the body. "In principal, we might be able to build a stem cell ...

Using living cells as nanotechnology factories

... structures, and there has also been significant work in using long-stranded DNA sequences replicated from cells or phage viruses to scaffold short helper DNA sequences to form 2-D or 3-D objects," said Yan, who is also a professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at ASU. "We have ...

Netsmart Technologies Web Seminar Helps Behavioral Health Organizations Understand Electronic Prescribing and the Importance of New Medicare-Related E-Prescribing Legislation

... clinical systems to securely share demographic and medication information. InfoScriber is also integrated with Netsmart's Avatar, CMHC/MIS and helper behavioral health practice management solutions to provide e-prescribing capabilities for users of those solutions. In addition to its e-prescribing ...

Nanotechnology innovation may revolutionize gene detection in a single cell

... scaffolded DNA origami, a method in which a long, single-stranded viral DNA scaffold can be folded and stapled by a large number of short synthetic helper strands into nanostructures that display complex patterns. But the potential of structural DNA nanotechnology in biological applications has ...

ProImmune Launches New MHC-Peptide Binding Assay for Class II HLA Alleles

... immune responses. Dr. Nikolai Schwabe, CEO of ProImmune, said "Class II REVEAL(TM) helps to overcome a significant barrier in understanding key helper T-cell immune responses in detail, and to harness such responses in the design of highly targeted therapies across a very wide range of diseases". ...

Th1 and Th2 Balance, Regulation, and Involvement in Disease

... T lymphocytes expressing CD4 are also known as helper T cells, and these are regarded as being the most ... Th1 cells Type 1 helper T cells are characterized by the production of ... arthritis. Th2 cells Type 2 helper T cells are characterized by the production of ...

A New Lambda Vector for Mammalian Expression

... I only or EcoR I and Xho I, host strains, and helper phage. In addition, the Lambda ZAP-CMV vector ... in undigested form with host strains and helper phage. cDNA Library Construction in the ... yes suitable helper phage VCSM13, ...

Delivery of pCMV-S DNA Using the Helios Gene Gun System Is Superior to Intramuscular Injection in Balb/c Mice

... delivery was predominantly IgG 2a . This is indicative of the T helper class 1 pathway (Th1). With Helios gene gun delivery of pCMV-S, ... IgG 1 , suggesting an antibody-based immune response mediated by the T helper class 2 pathway (Th2). This is consistent with previous ...

Don't count out notebooks

... Trojan horse gathers up personal financial information as users head to sites like Citibank and Deutsche Bank. The add-on is known as a browser helper object and acts as an add-on to Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, according to the IDG News Service. You can find out more about this at the ...

The first law of software

... operate under the delusion it is an operating system. Youve seen it. The e-mail system that gets file handling capabilities in version two and then helper applications in version three and so on. The ERP system that adds messaging and calendar functions. Of course, the poster child for this kind of ...

Endotoxins and their Relevance in R&D ApplicationsLPS Detection & Removal Methods

... use, can be used in any lab without additional equipment" "very good, clearly a product that was needed in the market" "good helper for removing endotoxin" "fast and efficient method" "very effective" "good product, would recommend it to other ...

M13/Phagemid DNA Extraction Protocol

... For producing phagemid ssDNA, suspend a colony of phagemid transformed bacteria in a 15 ml culture tube containing 3 ml LB broth. helper phage M13K07 is added to a final concentration of 2 x 107 pfu/ml and the culture is incubated for 1.5 hours at 37C ...

M13/Phagemid DNA Extraction Protocol

... For producing phagemid ssDNA, suspend a colony of phagemid transformed bacteria in a 15 ml culture tube containing 3 ml LB broth. helper phage M13K07 is added to a final concentration of 2 x 107 pfu/ml and the culture is incubated for 1.5 hours at 37C ...
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