Innovative Research Mouse Plasma used in University of Pittsburgh Study
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Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh published a study in the Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine using mouse plasma from Innovative Research. Innovative Research offers a wide range of mouse plasma types, including genetically deficient and depleted plasmas, in addition to US Origin CD1, Balb C, C57BL/6 and others.
The study examines three types of extracellular vesicles present in bone, blood and extracellular matrix. The results inform metrics for the categorization of EV and provide tools for the isolation of EV for potential diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
Extracellular vesicles present in bone, blood and extracellular matrix have distinctive characteristics and biologic roles
Madeline C. Cramer. William A.D'Angelo, Marley J.Dewey, Allison M.Manueld, Steven J.Mullett, Stacy G.Wendell, Dobrawa Napieralab, Peng Jiangghi, Stephen F.Badylak
Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine
Direct link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2468498822000087
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