Product References — Animal Serum

Low-Dose Self-Amplifying mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Drives Strong Protective Immunity in Non-Human Primates Against SARS-CoV-2 Infection

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Low-Dose Self-Amplifying mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Drives Strong Protective Immunity in Non-Human Primates Against SARS-CoV-2 Infection

Innovative Grade US Origin Monkey Rhesus Serum and Innovative Grade US Origin Mouse Balb C Serum from Innovative Research were used in the following study:   Low-Dose Self-Amplifying mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Drives Strong Protective Immunity in Non-Human Primates Against SARS-CoV-2 Infection Amy R. Rappaport, Sue-Jean Hong, Ciaran D. Scallan, Leonid Gitlin, Arvin Akoopie, Gregory R. Boucher, Milana Egorova, J. Aaron Espinosa, Mario Fidanza, Melissa A. Kachura, Annie Shen, Gloria Sivko, Anne Van Abbema, Robert L. Veres & Karin Jooss Nature Communications June 7, 2022 As COVID-19 continues to be a global problem, people that were previously vaccinated or infected are getting...

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Anesthetic Pharmacology of the Mint Extracts L-Carvone and Methyl Salicylate

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Anesthetic Pharmacology of the Mint Extracts L-Carvone and Methyl Salicylate

Innovative Grade US Origin Rat Sprague Dawley Serum from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Anesthetic Pharmacology of the Mint Extracts L-Carvone and Methyl Salicylate Robert J. Brosnan, Kimberly Ramos, Antonio Jose de Araujo Aguiar, Alessia Cenani, Heather K. Knych Pharmacology January 31, 2022 Many anesthetics in use today work via interactions with a select group of ion channel targets. Specifically, most anesthetics target γ-amino butyric acid type A (GABAA) and N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors, as well as type-2 voltage-gated sodium (Nav1.2) channels. While injectable anesthetics typically have a high affinity for one specific ion channel, inhaled anesthetics, on...

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Isolation of Borrelia miyamotoi and Other Borreliae Using a Modified BSK Medium

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Isolation of Borrelia miyamotoi and Other Borreliae Using a Modified BSK Medium

Innovative Grade US Origin Mouse Balb C Serum from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Isolation of Borrelia miyamotoi and Other Borreliae Using a Modified BSK Medium Adam J. Replogle, Christopher Sexton, John Young, Luke C. Kingry, Martin E. Schriefer, Marc Dolan, Tammi L. Johnson, Neeta P. Connally, Kerry A. Padgett & Jeannine M. Petersen Scientific Reports January 21, 2021 When looking for proof of bacterial infection in a patient, primary culture recovery is the most common procedure to confirm an infection. Despite the rise in the number of infections over the last decade and the identification of...

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In Vitro Validation Assessment of a Fecal Occult Blood Protein Test for Horses

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In Vitro Validation Assessment of a Fecal Occult Blood Protein Test for Horses

Horse Albumin Purified Lyophilized from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   In Vitro Validation Assessment of a Fecal Occult Blood Protein Test for Horses Irena Rebalka, PhD; Michael I. Lindinger, PhD Journal of Equine Veterinary Science June 25, 2021 Unlike omnivorous or carnivorous animals, the presence of blood proteins in the feces of herbivores is not normal. Herbivores normally don’t consume animal proteins in their foods, and they typically have GI tracts with tight barriers, so the chance of blood proteins to be present in fecal matter resulting from the animal’s diet or from a leaky gut...

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A Complement-Mediated Rat Xenotransfusion Model of Platelet Refractoriness

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A Complement-Mediated Rat Xenotransfusion Model of Platelet Refractoriness

Innovative Grade US Origin Rat Sprague Dawley Complement Serum from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   A Complement-Mediated Rat Xenotransfusion Model of Platelet Refractoriness Adrianne I. Enos, Pamela S. Hair, Neel K. Krishna, Kenji M. Cunnion Molecular Immunology May 30, 2020 Platelet refractoriness, or the failure of transfused platelets to increase a patient’s platelet count that results in continued thrombocytopenia, is a concerning medical issue that has an urgent need for a solution. This continued state of thrombocytopenia can increase the risk of spontaneous bleeding in the patient and can result in increased medical expenses due to...

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