Product References — Single Donor Human Whole Blood

Lipophilic Nanocrystal Prodrug-Release Defines the Extended Pharmacokinetic Profiles of a Year-Long Cabotegravir

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Lipophilic Nanocrystal Prodrug-Release Defines the Extended Pharmacokinetic Profiles of a Year-Long Cabotegravir

Single Donor Human Whole Blood, Innovative Grade US Origin Mouse Balb C Whole Blood, Innovative Grade US Origin Rat Sprague Dawley Whole Blood, Innovative Grade US Origin Monkey Rhesus Whole Blood, Innovative Grade US Origin Canine Beagle Whole Blood, and Innovative Grade US Origin Rabbit Whole Blood from Innovative Research were used in the following study:   Lipophilic Nanocrystal Prodrug-Release Defines the Extended Pharmacokinetic Profiles of a Year-Long Cabotegravir Nagsen Gautam, JoEllyn M. McMillan, Devendra Kumar, Aditya N. Bade, Qiaoyu Pan, Tanmay A. Kulkarni, Wenkuan Li, Nathan A Smith, Bhagya L. Dyavar Shetty, Brady Sillman, Adam Szlachetka, Benson J. Edagwa,...

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The Common Bed Bug (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) Does Not Commonly Use Canines and Felines as a Host in Low-Income, High-Rise Apartments

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The Common Bed Bug (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) Does Not Commonly Use Canines and Felines as a Host in Low-Income, High-Rise Apartments

Single Donor Human Whole Blood from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   The Common Bed Bug (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) Does Not Commonly Use Canines and Felines as a Host in Low-Income, High-Rise Apartments M. K. Black, J. G. Chandler, R. T. Trout Fryxell, K. M. Vail Journal of Medical Entomology April 26, 2021 The common bed bug is a pest native to many areas and feeds on warm-blooded animals such as humans, bats, birds, and rabbits. However, there have not been studies to date on bed bug feeding habits in relation to common companion animals such as dogs...

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Towards the Use of a Smartphone Imaging-Based Tool for Point-of-Care Detection of Asymptomatic Low-Density Malaria Parasitemia

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Towards the Use of a Smartphone Imaging-Based Tool for Point-of-Care Detection of Asymptomatic Low-Density Malaria Parasitemia

Single Donor Human Whole Blood from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Towards the Use of a Smartphone Imaging-Based Tool for Point-of-Care Detection of Asymptomatic Low-Density Malaria Parasitemia Ashlee J. Colbert, Katrina Co, Giselle Lima-Cooper, Dong Hoon Lee, Katherine N. Clayton, Steven T. Wereley, Chandy C. John, Jacqueline C. Linnes, and Tamara L. Kinzer-Ursem Malaria Journal March 22, 2021 There are over 200 million global cases and over 400,000 deaths resulting from malaria each year. Currently, rapid diagnostic tests are not sensitive or specialized enough to detect low concentrations of parasites in patients that are not displaying...

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Targeted Metagenomics for Clinical Detection and Discovery of Bacterial Tickborne Pathogens

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Targeted Metagenomics for Clinical Detection and Discovery of Bacterial Tickborne Pathogens

Single Donor Human Whole Blood from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Targeted Metagenomics for Clinical Detection and Discovery of Bacterial Tickborne Pathogens Luke Kingry, Sarah Sheldon, Stephanie Oatman, Bobbi Pritt, Melissa Anacker, Jenna Bjork, David Neitzel, Anna Strain, Jon Berry, Lynne Sloan, Laurel Respicio-Kingry, Elizabeth Dietrich, Karen Bloch, Abelardo Moncayo, Ganesh Srinivasamoorthy, Bin Hu, Alison Hinckley, Paul Mead, Kiersten Kugeler, Jeannine Petersen Journal of Clinical Microbiology September 2, 2020 Tickborne infections are a continually growing public health threat, and millions of people require medical treatment every year for reasons related to such infections. The diagnostic testing...

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Development of a Sensitive Assay to Screen Nanoparticles in vitro for Complement Activation

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Development of a Sensitive Assay to Screen Nanoparticles in vitro for Complement Activation

Single Donor Human Whole Blood, Single Donor Human Plasma (Blood Derived), Single Donor Human Complement Serum, Innovative Grade US Origin Porcine Plasma, and Innovative Grade US Origin Porcine Whole Blood from Innovative Research were used in the following study:   Development of a Sensitive Assay to Screen Nanoparticles in vitro for Complement Activation Nuzhat Maisha, Tobias Coombs, and Erin B. Lavik American Chemical Society July 6, 2020 Nanomedicines are often recognized by the innate immune system as a threat, leading to unwanted clearance due to complement activation. This unwanted reaction not only alters the bioavailability of the therapeutic, but can...

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