Product References — Pooled Human Plasma Apheresis Derived

Measurement of Thrombolysis Enhanced by EkoSonic Catheter-Based Endovascular Therapy

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Measurement of Thrombolysis Enhanced by EkoSonic Catheter-Based Endovascular Therapy

Pooled Human Plasma Apheresis Derived from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Measurement of Thrombolysis Enhanced by EkoSonic Catheter-Based Endovascular Therapy Alexander Hannah, Misty L. Noble-Vranish, Curtis Genstler IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium 6-9 Oct. 2019 “…Ultrasound (US) imaging is a valuable tool to visualize and measure the underlying anatomy and physiology indicative of vascular pathology. Imaging can identify the location and severity of thrombosis, and it can monitor interventions. It has been widely used for guidance in HIFU-based therapies… Pooled normal human plasma was obtained from Innovative Research (Novi, MI)…”   Related products available from Innovative Research...

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Solid-Phase Microextraction Enables Isolation of BRAF V600E Circulating Tumor DNA from Human Plasma for Detection with a Molecular Beacon Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification Assay

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Solid-Phase Microextraction Enables Isolation of BRAF V600E Circulating Tumor DNA from Human Plasma for Detection with a Molecular Beacon Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification Assay

Pooled Human Plasma Apheresis Derived from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Solid-Phase Microextraction Enables Isolation of BRAF V600E Circulating Tumor DNA from Human Plasma for Detection with a Molecular Beacon Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification Assay Marcelino Varona, Derek R. Eitzmann, Darshna Pagariya, Robbyn K. Anand, and Jared L. Anderson Analytical Chemistry 17 Jan 2020 ”Circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) is a promising biomarker that can provide a wealth of information regarding the genetic makeup of cancer as well as provide a guide for monitoring treatment. Methods for rapid and accurate profiling of ctDNA are highly desirable in order...

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Molecular imaging of oxidative stress using an LED-based photoacoustic imaging system

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Molecular imaging of oxidative stress using an LED-based photoacoustic imaging system

Pooled Human Plasma Apheresis Derived from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Molecular imaging of oxidative stress using an LED-based photoacoustic imaging system Ali Hariri, Eric Zhao, Ananthakrishna Soundaram Jeevarathinam, Jeanne Lemaster, Jianjian Zhang & Jesse V. Jokerst Scientific Reports 06 August 2019 “…LED-based photoacoustic imaging has practical value in that it is affordable and rugged; however, this technology has largely been confined to anatomic imaging with limited applications into functional or molecular imaging. Here, we report molecular imaging reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (RONS) with a near-infrared (NIR) absorbing small molecule (CyBA) and LED-based photoacoustic imaging...

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Streptococcus pyogenes Infection and the Human Proteome with a Special Focus on the Immunoglobulin G-cleaving Enzyme IdeS

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Streptococcus pyogenes Infection and the Human Proteome with a Special Focus on the Immunoglobulin G-cleaving Enzyme IdeS

Pooled Human Plasma Apheresis Derived from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Streptococcus pyogenes Infection and the Human Proteome with a Special Focus on the Immunoglobulin G-cleaving Enzyme IdeS Christofer A. Q. Karlsson, Sofia Jarnum, Lena Winstedt, Christian Kjellman, Lars Bjorck, Adam Linder‡, Johan A. Malmstro The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology March 6, 2018 ”…The molecular interplay between host and pathogen is complex and under considerable evolutionary pressure. Determining the structure, function and dynamics of all host pathogen interactions in a systems-wide and quantitative manner is a formidable and fundamental challenge in medical microbiology....

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Synthesis of gold nanocluster-loaded lysozyme nanoparticles for label-free ratiometric fluorescent pH sensing: applications to enzyme–substrate systems and cellular imaging

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Synthesis of gold nanocluster-loaded lysozyme nanoparticles for label-free ratiometric fluorescent pH sensing: applications to enzyme–substrate systems and cellular imaging

Pooled Human Plasma Apheresis Derived from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Synthesis of gold nanocluster-loaded lysozyme nanoparticles for label-free ratiometric fluorescent pH sensing: applications to enzyme–substrate systems and cellular imaging Shanmugam Chandirasekar,a Jyun-Guo You,a Jhe-Hong Xuea, Wei-Lung Tseng Journal of Materials Chemistry B 17 May 2019 “…Intracellular pH is one of the most indispensable factors for the function and metabolism processes of a cell, such as cell membrane polarity, cellular signaling, vesicle trafficking, cell volume regulation, cell proliferation and apoptosis.. …For the determination of the urea level in real-world samples, pooled normal human plasma was purchased...

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