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  • Flex – Performance Lab® RoW

    AKBA soothes joints and protects cartilage and connective tissues. Performance Lab® Flex AprèsFlex® leverages advanced nutritional technology to achieve 52% greater absorption than plain Boswellia. It is also standardized to 20% AKBA for reliable joint benefits.

  • Transcriptomic and clonal characterization of T cells in ...

    Frozen tissue (50 to 100 mg) was homogenized in 15 ml of ice-cold nuclei homogenization buffer [2 M sucrose, 10 mM Hepes (pH 7.9), 25 mM KCl, 1 mM EDTA (pH 8.0), 10% glycerol, and ribonuclease (RNase) inhibitors freshly added (80 U/ml)] with Dounce tissue grinder (10 strokes with loose pestle and 10 strokes with tight pestle).

  • Comparative regenerative mechanisms across different ...

    2018-2-23 · Stimulating regeneration of complex tissues and organs after injury to effect complete structural and functional repair, is an attractive therapeutic option that …

  • Bioengineering Dermo-Epidermal Skin Grafts with Blood …

    Our research focuses on the bioengineering of full-thickness skin analogs: dermo-epidermal skin substitutes with physiological, structural, and functional properties ().A central issue of this approach is the in vitro generation of a preexisting network of capillaries (), which significantly supports perfusion of the dermal component, hence, providing rapid and efficient access to …

  • Apparatus and Methods for Repairing Tissue Defects

    The tissue grinder is used for grinding skin and subcutaneous tissue and includes a sterile polymer housing having a first opening adapted to receive the skin and subcutaneous tissue and a second opening in fluid connection with the first opening. The tissue grinder also includes a sterile grinding element disposed substantially within the housing.

  • A single-cell atlas of chromatin accessibility in the ...

    2021-11-12 · Here, we used single-cell ATAC-seq to profile chromatin accessibility in 615,998 cells across 30 adult human tissues representing a wide range of human organ systems and integrated this dataset with single-cell chromatin accessibility data from human fetal tissues (. Domcke et al., 2020. Domcke S.

  • From the Archives of the AFIP | RadioGraphics

    2019-3-19 · CD4+ T helper (Th) cells play pivotal roles in the tissue destruction of many inflammatory and autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), psoriasis, and inflammatory bowel diseases [].Among Th subsets, interleukin-17 (IL-17)-producing Th (Th17) cells are classified as an inflammatory Th subset, resulting in chronic …

  • Ablative Procedures of the Peripheral Nerves to Treat Pain*

    Ablative procedures such as radiofrequency ablation, cryoneurolysis and chemical neurolysis of the nerves has been proposed as a treatment for several different types of pain. It has been used to treat a number of pain syndromes such as trigeminal neuralgia, cervical and lumbar facet joint pain and headache syndromes.

  • A Worldwide Overview of Regulatory Frameworks for …

    Our research focuses on the bioengineering of full-thickness skin analogs: dermo-epidermal skin substitutes with physiological, structural, and functional properties ().A central issue of this approach is the in vitro generation of a preexisting network of capillaries (), which significantly supports perfusion of the dermal component, hence, providing rapid and efficient access to …

  • The aging skin microenvironment dictates stem cell ...

    2020-3-10 · Adult tissues harbor tissue-specific stem cells (SCs), essential for wound repair and fitness. Organ deterioration is often attributed to loss or lineage-skewing of these resident SCs. Using murine skin, we combine single-cell RNA-sequencing with functional studies to examine age-related changes of hair follicle (HF) SCs and their microenvironment ("niche") that …

  • Tubulin glycylation controls axonemal dynein activity ...

    2021-1-8 · The sections were imaged at 64 pixels by 48 pixels (15× zoom) at 100 frames per second (FPS) for 3 to 5 s using the LSM software, to obtain beating cilia with minimal tissue background. The time series obtained were exported as .avi videos, which were adjusted for their brightness and contrast using Fiji v2.1.0.

  • Morphogenetic Mechanisms in the Cyclic Regeneration of ...

    We have made comparisons between hair follicles (HFs) and antler units (AUs)—two seemingly unrelated mammalian organs. HFs are tiny and concealed within skin, whereas AUs are gigantic and grown externally for visual display. However, these two organs share some striking similarities. Both consist of permanent and cyclic/temporary components and undergo stem …

  • Low-Temperature Photothermal Therapy: Strategies and ...

    Although photothermal therapy (PTT) with the assistance of nanotechnology has been considered as an indispensable strategy in the biomedical field, it still encounters some severe problems that need to be solved. Excessive heat can induce treated cells to develop thermal resistance, and thus, the efficacy of PTT may be dramatically decreased. In the meantime, the uncontrollable …

  • Natural polymers for the microencapsulation of cells ...

    The encapsulation of living mammalian cells within a semi-permeable hydrogel matrix is an attractive procedure for many biomedical and biotechnological applications, such as xenotransplantation, maintenance of stem cell phenotype and bioprinting of three-dimensional scaffolds for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

  • Opening a new window on MR-based Electrical Properties ...

    2019-6-20 · In the radiofrequency (RF) range, the electrical properties of tissues (EPs: conductivity and permittivity) are modulated by the ionic and water content, which change for pathological conditions.

  • The Expression of Phospho-AKT, Phospho-mTOR, and …

    Purpose: The protein kinase B (AKT) pathway plays a key role in the regulation of cellular survival, apoptosis, and protein translation, and has been shown to have prognostic significance in a number of cancers. We sought to define its role in extrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma. Experimental Design: Two hundred twenty-one extrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma patients with …

  • Cellulose and its derivatives: towards biomedical ...

    2021-1-27 · Cellulose is the most abundant polysaccharide on Earth. It can be obtained from a vast number of sources, e.g. cell walls of wood and plants, some species of bacteria, and algae, as well as tunicates, which are the only known cellulose-containing animals. This inherent abundance naturally paves the way for discovering new applications for this versatile material. …

  • Genome-wide mapping of transcriptional enhancer …

    2017-7-21 · While most cells in multicellular organisms carry the same genetic information, in each cell type only a subset of genes is being transcribed. Such differentiation in gene expression depends, for a large part, on the activation and repression of regulatory sequences, including transcriptional enhancers. Transcriptional enhancers can be located tens of kilobases from …

  • Measurement of leukocyte trafficking kinetics in macaques ...

    For tissue processing at the University of Washington, lymph nodes, spleen, and bone marrow (from long bones) were mechanically disrupted by grinding through a metal strainer, followed by filtering through nylon 70- and 40-μm cell strainers; lungs, liver, jejunum, colon, and kidney were cut into small pieces using knives and then digested ...

  • A&P Chapter 8 Flashcards | Quizlet

    Start studying A&P Chapter 8. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

  • From the Archives of the AFIP | RadioGraphics

    2002-11-1 · Intraventricular neoplasms are readily seen on cross-sectional images, but the myriad possibilities may make a focused differential diagnosis elusive. Consideration of the tissue within and composing the ventricular lining and the clinical findings provide the means to limit the differential diagnosis when analyzing an intraventricular mass on an imaging study. …

  • The Role of Tissue Macrophage-Mediated Inflammation on ...

    The obese phenotype is characterized by a state of chronic low-grade systemic inflammation that contributes to the development of comorbidities, including nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). In fact, NAFLD is often associated with adipocyte enlargement and consequent macrophage recruitment and inflammation. Macrophage polarization is often associated with …

  • Trabecular bone organoid model for studying the …

    Trabecular bone is a dynamic, multifunctional tissue that regulates mineral homeostasis, blood-forming, and mechanical structure in response to changing physical stresses and physiological needs (1, 2).Trabecular bone undergoes repeated remodeling by the paired action of osteoclasts, which break down bone, and osteoblasts, which form new bone (). ...

  • Vulcanization Process

    The Goodyear vulcanization process takes hours or even days to be produced. Accelerators can be added to reduce the vulcanization time. Accelerators are derived from aniline and other amines, and the most efficient are the mercaptoben-zothiazoles, guanidines, difhiocarbamates, and thiurams (Fig. 32) lphenamides can also be used as accelerators for rubber vulcanization.

  • Antibiotic Efficacy Testing in an Ex vivo Model of ...

    2021-1-22 · The EVPL model provides a high throughput assay platform, making it possible to screen a large number of bacterial isolates for antibiotic susceptibility at one time (Figures 1 and 2) or to screen strains against a range of antibiotic concentrations in one experiment (Figure 3).With practice, we have found that approximately 200 bronchiolar tissue sections can be …

  • A Worldwide Overview of Regulatory Frameworks for …

    2020-4-16 · Tissue engineering (TE) is an interdisciplinary and rapidly growing biomedical field, which is focused on the design of functional biostructures used to replace, repair, or regenerate a damaged tissue or organ. 1 In this way, this field of study helps to restore injured tissues and organs as a result of a disease, congenital defect, aging, or ...

  • High Resolution Helium Ion Scanning Microscopy of the …

    2013-3-7 · Helium ion scanning microscopy is a novel imaging technology with the potential to provide sub-nanometer resolution images of uncoated biological tissues. So far, however, it has been used mainly in materials science applications. Here, we took advantage of helium ion microscopy to explore the epithelium of the rat kidney with unsurpassed image quality and detail.

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