Product References — Animal Blood Cells

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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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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Human MYD88L265P is insufficient by itself to drive neoplastic transformation in mature mouse B cells

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Human MYD88L265P is insufficient by itself to drive neoplastic transformation in mature mouse B cells

Sheep Red Blood Cells from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Human MYD88L265P is insufficient by itself to drive neoplastic transformation in mature mouse B cells Tomasz Sewastianik , Maria Luisa Guerrera , Keith Adler , Peter S. Dennis , Kyle Wright , Vignesh Shanmugam , Ying Huang , Helen Tanton , Meng Jiang , Amanda Kofides , Maria G. Demos , Audrey Dalgarno , Neil A. Patel , Anwesha Nag , Geraldine S. Pinkus , Guang Yang , Zachary R. Hunter , Petr Jarolim , Nikhil C. Munshi , Steven P. Treon , Ruben D. Carrasco...

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Isoform-specific promotion of breast cancer tumorigenicity by TBX3 involves induction of angiogenesis

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Isoform-specific promotion of breast cancer tumorigenicity by TBX3 involves induction of angiogenesis

Sheep Red Blood Cells Packed 100% from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Isoform-specific promotion of breast cancer tumorigenicity by TBX3 involves induction of angiogenesis Milica Krstic, Haider M. Hassan, Bart Kolendowski, M. Nicole Hague, Pieter. H. Anborgh, Carl O. Postenka, Joseph Torchia, Ann F. Chambers & Alan B. Tuck Laboratory Investigation  30 September 2019 “TBX3 is a member of the highly conserved family of T-box transcription factors involved in embryogenesis, organogenesis and tumor progression. While the functional role of TBX3 in tumorigenesis has been widely studied, less is known about the specific functions of the different...

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Temperature Gradients Drive Bulk Flow Within Microchannel Lined by Fluid–Fluid Interfaces

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Temperature Gradients Drive Bulk Flow Within Microchannel Lined by Fluid–Fluid Interfaces

Mouse CD1 Red Blood Cells from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Temperature Gradients Drive Bulk Flow Within Microchannel Lined by Fluid–Fluid Interfaces Guillermo J. Amador, Ziyu Ren, Ahmet F. Tabak, Yunus Alapan, Oncay Yasa, and Metin Sitti Nano-Micro Small 16 April 2019 Surface tension arises from an imbalance of intermolecular forces between molecules on the surface of a fluid. At small length scales, these forces are prevalent. Therefore, fluid transport via capillary action is very attractive for applications at the micrometer scale. Purified mouse RBCs were purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, Michigan).   Related products available...

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