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Mutual Regulation of TLR/NLR and CEACAM1 in the Intestinal Microvasculature: Implications for IBD Pathogenesis and Therapy
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Mouse Serum from Innovative Research was used in the following study: Mutual Regulation of TLR/NLR and CEACAM1 in the Intestinal Microvasculature: Implications for IBD Pathogenesis and Therapy Anja Schirbel, MD, Nancy Rebert, Tammy Sadler, MS, Gail West, Florian Rieder, MD, PhD, Christoph Wagener, MD, Andrea Horst, PhD, Andreas Sturm, MD, Carol de la Motte, PhD, Claudio Fiocchi, MD IBD: Inflammatory Bowel DiseasesOctober 2018 (Volume 25, Issue 2, February 2019) "... Aortas from 8–12-week-old Balb C mice were harvested and cultured in 3-dimensional collagen gels as previously described .... Aortic rings were dropped and positioned into wells of a 48-well...
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