Product References — Pooled Human Serum Off The Clot

Two Distinct Genotypes of KPC-2-Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae Isolates from South Korea

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Two Distinct Genotypes of KPC-2-Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae Isolates from South Korea

Pooled Human Serum Off The Clot from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Two Distinct Genotypes of KPC-2-Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae Isolates from South Korea Jee Hong Kim, Yun Young Cho, Ji Young Choi, Yu Mi Wi, and Kwan Soo Ko Antibiotics July 26, 2021 In South Korea in 2010, the emergence of carbapenemase-producing Gram-negative bacteria caused serious therapeutic concern and challenges. In particular, Klebsiella pneumoniae, which produces K. pneumoniae carbapenemase (KPC), has proven to be one of the most threatening of these carbapenem resistance determinants in clinical settings. This is because K. pneumoniae is difficult to control...

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Development of Diagnostic Immunoassays for Tularemia and Leptospirosis

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Development of Diagnostic Immunoassays for Tularemia and Leptospirosis

Pooled Human Serum Off The Clot and Pooled Human Urine from Innovative Research were used in the following study:   Development of Diagnostic Immunoassays for Tularemia and Leptospirosis Emily E. Hannah, Dr. David P. AuCoin University of Nevada, Reno May, 2021 Bacteria strains Francisella tularensis and Leptospira are the causes for tularemia and leptospirosis infections, respectively. Tularemia refers to a range of symptoms caused by Francisella tularensis that can be dangerous, and potentially fatal. Tularemia also refers to a variety of symptoms that can range from mild to severe, and initially presents itself through symptoms like head and body pain...

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α-Synuclein in Blood Exosomes Immunoprecipitated Using Neuronal and Oligodendroglial Markers Distinguishes Parkinson’s Disease from Multiple System Atrophy

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α-Synuclein in Blood Exosomes Immunoprecipitated Using Neuronal and Oligodendroglial Markers Distinguishes Parkinson’s Disease from Multiple System Atrophy

Pooled Human Plasma (Blood Derived) and Pooled Human Serum Off the Clot from Innovative Research were used in the following study:   α-Synuclein in Blood Exosomes Immunoprecipitated Using Neuronal and Oligodendroglial Markers Distinguishes Parkinson’s Disease from Multiple System Atrophy Suman Dutta, Simon Hornung, Adira Kruayatidee, Katherine N. Maina, Irish del Rosario, Kimberly C. Paul, Darice Y. Wong, Aline Duarte Folle, Daniela Markovic, Jose-Alberto Palma, Geidy E. Serrano, Charles H. Adler, Susan L. Perlman, Wayne W. Poon, Un Jung Kang, Roy N. Alcalay, Miriam Sklerov, Karen H. Gylys, Horacio Kaufmann, Brent L. Fogel, Jeff M. Bronstein, Beate Ritz & Gal Bitan...

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Enhancement of Infectivity of Insect Cell-Derived La Crosse Virus by Human Serum

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Enhancement of Infectivity of Insect Cell-Derived La Crosse Virus by Human Serum

Pooled Human Serum Off The Clot from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Enhancement of Infectivity of Insect Cell-Derived La Crosse Virus by Human Serum Maria A. Cruz, Griffith D. Parks Virus Research November 11, 2020 Innate cellular immune mechanisms are often the first line of defense a host organism has against viral infections. These include physical barriers like skin and mucous, antiviral inhibitors, signaling molecules such as interferon (IFN) and cytokines, etc. Some bodily fluids, such as serum, can demonstrate a broad range of antiviral activities and have been shown to act via a wide range...

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A Novel Method of High-Purity Extracellular Vesicle Enrichment from Microliter-scale Human Serum for Proteomic Analysis

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A Novel Method of High-Purity Extracellular Vesicle Enrichment from Microliter-scale Human Serum for Proteomic Analysis

Pooled Human Serum Off The Clot from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   A Novel Method of High-Purity Extracellular Vesicle Enrichment from Microliter-scale Human Serum for Proteomic Analysis Xiaohui Ji, Sisi Huang, Jie Zhang, Terri F. Bruce, Zhijing Tan, Donglin Wang, Jianhui Zhu, R. Kenneth Marcus, and David M. Lubman Electrophoresis November 9, 2020 Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are small, membrane-enclosed vesicles released by cells into extracellular spaces. EVs contain DNA, RNA, and proteins derived from their parent cell, and this combined with their size and ability to easily penetrate biological barriers makes them a unique and important...

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