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Microscopy papers in Biological Sciences, V

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  1. Leishmania chagasi and Leishmania amazonensis are the etiologic agents of different clinical forms of human leishmaniasis in South America. In an attempt to select candidate antigens for a vaccine protecting against different Leishmania species, the…
  2. The promising results obtained with the HIV-1 Tat-based vaccines in mice, monkeys and humans, a better understanding of Tat immunomodulatory functions, as well as evidence that vaccination with trimeric V2 loop-deleted HIV-1 Env induces cross-clade…
  3. As is apparent in many fields of science and medicine, the new biology, and particularly new high-throughput genetic sequencing and transcriptomic and epigenetic technologies, are radically altering our understanding and views of science. In this…
  4. Automated systems can facilitate surveillance for health care-associated infections. The New York Antimicrobial Resistance Project (NYARP) electronically monitors trends in bloodstream infections from 6 medical centers in New York, NY. To validate…
  5. In recent years, the single-cell gel electrophoresis (comet) assay has become a reference technique for the assessment of DNA fragmentation both in vitro and in vivo at the cellular level. In order to improve the throughput of genotoxicity…
  6. Glycerol is a by-product from biodiesel industry. As the biodiesel production is increasing exponentially, the crude glycerol generated from the transesterification of vegetables oils has also been generated in a large quantity. Despite of the wide…
  7. Cannabidiol (CBD), a nonpsychoactive marijuana constituent, was recently shown as an oral antihyperalgesic compound in a rat model of acute inflammation. We examined whether the CBD antihyperalgesic effect could be mediated by cannabinoid receptor…
  8. Human lymphocyte antigen (HLA)-restricted CD8(+) cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) target and kill HIV-infected cells expressing cognate viral epitopes. This response selects for escape mutations within CTL epitopes that can diminish viral replication…
  9. A novel compact illumination device in variable-angle total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy (VA-TIRFM) is described. This device replaces the standard condensor of an upright microscope. Light from different laser sources is delivered…
  10. Vibrio vulnificus is a causative agent of septicemia or wound infection in human and eel; however, the genetic variation between human and eel isolates has been reported. In the present study, the difference in the vvp gene encoding a…
  11. A novel, swine-origin influenza H1N1 virus (H1N1pdm) caused the first pandemic of the 21st century. This pandemic, although efficient in transmission, is mild in virulence. This atypical mild pandemic season has raised concerns regarding the…
  12. Elevated interstitial fluid pressure, a hallmark of solid tumors, can compromise the delivery of therapeutics to tumors. Here we show that blocking vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) signaling by DC101 (a VEGF-receptor-2 antibody) decreases…
  13. Vasoinhibins are a family of peptides derived from prolactin, growth hormone and placental lactogen that act on endothelial cells to suppress vasodilation and angiogenesis and to promote apoptosis-mediated vascular regression. Some of the pathways…
  14. Bone graft substitutes often exhibit poor bone regeneration in large defects because of inadequate vascularization. Studies have shown that if blood supply is compromised, application of osteogenic factors alone could not induce successful healing.…
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