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An Edwardsiella piscicida esaS mutant reveals contribution to virulence and vaccine potential

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An Edwardsiella piscicida esaS mutant reveals contribution to virulence and vaccine potential

Sheep Red Blood Cells Packed 100% from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   An Edwardsiella piscicida esaS mutant reveals contribution to virulence and vaccine potential Asmaa Edrees, Hossam Abdelhamed, Seong-Won Nho, Ozan Ozdemir, Attila Karsi, Manal Essa, Mark L.Lawrence Microbial Pathogenesis 6/1/2020 “Edwardsiella piscicida is a Gram-negative pathogen that causes disease in diverse aquatic 26 organisms. The disease leads to extensive losses in commercial aquaculture species, including 27 farmed U.S. catfish... The type III secretion system (T3SS) often contributes to virulence of 28 Gram-negative bacteria.Briefly, sheep erythrocytes (RBCs) were obtained from Innovative Research 138 (Novi, MI, USA),...

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Determination of tafenoquine in human plasma by dispersive liquid‐liquid microextraction

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Determination of tafenoquine in human plasma by dispersive liquid‐liquid microextraction

Single Donor Human Plasma (Blood Derived) from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Determination of tafenoquine in human plasma by dispersive liquid‐liquid microextraction Amanda M. G. Lobo Igor R. S. Magalhães SSC plus 12/12/2019 “Tafenoquine, a synthetic analogue of primaquine, is a promising agent for the treatment of human malaria since this drug shows better antimalarial activity than primaquine in vitro and short treatment course. There are some methods for the quantification of tafenoquine in plasma, but none uses dispersive-liquid-liquid microextraction, an extraction technique that shows some advantages, such as miniaturization, low cost and high potential for...

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Antimicrobial properties of amylose-fatty ammonium salt inclusion complexes

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Antimicrobial properties of amylose-fatty ammonium salt inclusion complexes

Sheep Red Blood Cells Packed 100% from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Antimicrobial properties of amylose-fatty ammonium salt inclusion complexes William T. Hay, George F. Fanta, Joseph Rich, Kervin O. Evans, Chris Skory, Gordon W. Selling Carbohydrate Polymers 2/15/2020 “…The development and utilization of antimicrobial agents revolutionized healthcare and dramatically improved and extended life expectancy in the 20th century (McMichael, McKee, Shkolnikov, & Valkonen, 2004). These advancements are endangered by the rapid development of resistant microorganisms, as typified by the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria from broad or improper antibiotic use in agricultural and clinical settings...

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Dierential Dependency of Human Pancreatic Cancer Cells on Targeting PTEN via PLK 1 Expression

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Dierential Dependency of Human Pancreatic Cancer Cells on Targeting PTEN via PLK 1 Expression

Single Donor Human Whole Blood from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Dierential Dependency of Human Pancreatic Cancer Cells on Targeting PTEN via PLK 1 Expression Jungwhoi Lee, Jungsul Lee, Woogwang Sim and Jae-Hoon Kim MDPI 1/21/2020 “Even though the tumour suppressive role of PTEN is well-known, its prognostic implications are ambiguous. The objective of this study was to further explore the function of PTEN expression in human pancreatic cancer. The expression of PTEN has been dominant in various human cancers including pancreatic cancer when compared with their matched normal tissues… Whole blood samples of healthy donors...

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Development of a Linker Mediated Immunoassay Using Chemically Transitioned Nanosensors

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Development of a Linker Mediated Immunoassay Using Chemically Transitioned Nanosensors

Pooled Human Plasma Apheresis Derived from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Development of a Linker Mediated Immunoassay Using Chemically Transitioned Nanosensors Lucas D Smith, Michael Charles Willard, Jordan P. Smith, and Brian T. Cunningham Analytical Chemistry 2/8/2020 “Sensitive and specific quantification of protein biomarkers is important in medical diagnostics, academic research, and pharmaceutical development. However, multiple binding steps in conventional sandwich immunoassay protocols result in high assay hands-on-time and delayed results. This is particularly relevant for medical diagnostics, where assay turn-around-time can have an immense impact on patient outcomes. …CTNI samples were prepared using PBS or...

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