Product References — Single Donor Human Red Blood Cells

Antibacterial isoamphipathic oligomers highlight the importance of multimeric lipid aggregation for antibacterial potency

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Antibacterial isoamphipathic oligomers highlight the importance of multimeric lipid aggregation for antibacterial potency

Human Red Blood Cells from Innovative Research were used in the following study:   Antibacterial isoamphipathic oligomers highlight the importance of multimeric lipid aggregation for antibacterial potency Joseph S. Brown, Zeinab J. Mohamed, Christine M. Artim, Dana N. Thornlow, Joseph F. Hassler, Vincent P. Rigoglioso, Susan Daniel & Christopher A. Alabi Communications Biology volume 1, Article number: 220 (2018) "... This work has focused on the development of new experimental parameters for membrane-targeting antimicrobials, outside of the known properties of cationic charge and hydrophobicity. OligoTEAs have enabled the synthesis of isoamphipathic oligomers to specifically probe additional parameters in membrane disruption....

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Synthesis of Lysine Mimicking Membrane Active Antimicrobial Polymers

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Synthesis of Lysine Mimicking Membrane Active Antimicrobial Polymers

Single Donor Human Red Blood Cells from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Synthesis of Lysine Mimicking Membrane Active Antimicrobial Polymers Ankita Arora, Wan Zheng, Hongjun Liang, Abhijit Mishra Advances in Polymer Sciences and Technology Materials Horizons: From Nature to Nanomaterials (2018). "... In this study, we synthesize lysine mimicking homopolymer and lysine mimicking copolymer with hydrophobic group and study their antimicrobial activity against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. The advantage of using such antibiotic polymers over conventional AMPs is their scalability, cost-effectiveness and chemical stability in in vivo environment ... Fresh human red blood cell (HRBC)...

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Development of a Fast and Efficient Liposomal Drug Loading Technology for Poorly Water Soluble Drugs: Formulation, Characterization, and Potential Applications

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Development of a Fast and Efficient Liposomal Drug Loading Technology for Poorly Water Soluble Drugs: Formulation, Characterization, and Potential Applications

Human Red Blood Cells and Sheep Red Blood Cells from Innovative Research were used in the following study:   Development of a Fast and Efficient Liposomal Drug Loading Technology for Poorly Water Soluble Drugs: Formulation, Characterization, and Potential Applications Wei-Lun Tang The University of British Columbia (Vancouver), October 2018 "... Human and sheep red blood cells (RBCs) for hemolysis test were purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, MI) ... complete hemolysis of human and sheep RBCs was observed 1 h post incubation with free GA (40 µg GA /mL + 44 µg arginine/mL), whereas Lipo-GA (40 or 200 µg GA/mL) only...

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Human Red Blood Cells Reference 3-5-10

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Innovative Research's Human Red Blood Cells was recently used in the following study: Role of alkaline ceramidases in the generation of sphingosine and its phosphate in erythrocytesR Xu, W Sun, J Jin, LM Obeid, C Mao - The FASEB Journal, 2010 - FASEB...instructions and the method of Hanel et al. (22)? . Human erythrocytes were purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, MI, USA), and further purified by the Ficoll gradient procedure as described above. siRNA transfection...

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Human Red Blood Cells Reference 6-20-12

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Innovative Research's Human Red Blood Cells was recently used in the following study: Direct access to side chain N, N'-diaminoalkylated derivatives of basic amino acids suitable for solid-phase peptide synthesisJP Pitteloud, N Bionda, P Cudic - Amino Acids, 2012 - Springer...Microplate reader (Awareness Technology Inc., Palm City, FL). Human red blood cells (hRBCs) were purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, MI). Human serum was purchased from Sigma Aldrich (St. Louis, MO). NMR analysis...

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