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  1. Microscopy technique heightens understanding of brain cell death during stroke

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    Fri, 22 Oct 2010

    One of the major impediments to understanding how brain cells die during a stroke and identifying new ways to protect them has been the long-standing inability to image strokes, or ischemic events, in living tissue.

  2. Protein-based sensor detects viral infection, can kill cancer cells

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    Fri, 2 Oct 2015

    trigger a specific response, such as cell death . The system can be customized to ..... activate the cells’ own programmed cell death pathways. The researchers are now ..... gene could be induced to undergo cell death , creating a pure population of the

  1. Flow cytometry helps to tie protein involved in cystic fibrosis to emphysema, chronic lung disease

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    Mon, 3 Jan 2011

    also regulates inflammation and cell death in emphysema and may be responsible for ..... known trigger of inflammation and cell death . So by regulating ceramide’s inflammation ..... be a watchdog for inflammation and cell death . To elucidate the role played by cigarette

  2. FLOW CYTOMETRY/MICROSCOPY: Optical techniques aid lung disease discovery

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    Tue, 1 Mar 2011

    also regulates inflammation and cell death in emphysema and may be responsible for ..... known trigger of inflammation and cell death . So by regulating ceramide's inflammation ..... be a watchdog for inflammation and cell death . 1. M. Bodas et al., J Immunol

  3. Three-technique biophotonic imaging approach promising for customized molecular medicine

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    Thu, 22 Jul 2010

    of monitoring in real-time the transformations that cellular macromolecules undergo during apoptosis , or programmed cell death . The work could help realize the potential of customized molecular medicine, in which chemotherapy, for example

  4. Confocal microscopy method discovers how stress wakes up sleeping herpes viruses

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    Fri, 26 Feb 2016

    from their dormancy—the latent phase—and reactivate the production of new viral progeny, eventually causing cell death by lysis (the lytic phase). This process allows the virus to multiply and spread usually through lesions of the skin

  5. Imaging cytometry technology is focus of skin cancer research collaboration

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    Wed, 11 Nov 2015

    practices and validating the most useful HoloMonitor M4 parameters for simultaneous detection of changes in proliferation, cell death , and motility in primary human melanomas and cultured melanocytes. The collaboration will be led by Robert Judson

  6. Fluorescence, nucleic acid strands help show computing operations inside a living cell

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    Wed, 20 Jan 2016

    University, says the devices could sense an aberrant RNA, for instance, and then shut down cellular translation or induce cell death . Using strands of nucleic acid, scientists have demonstrated basic computing operations inside a living mammalian cell. Shown examining a cellular

  7. New optogenetics switch could increase understanding of cell signaling

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    Wed, 16 Sep 2015

    cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP), a cellular signal involved in vision , regulating blood pressure, induced cell death , and male erection . Introducing the fungal protein (called CyclOp) to an organism allows study of cGMP-dependent

  8. Confocal Microscopy/Ophthalmology: Towards noninvasive detection of diabetic neuropathy

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    Fri, 10 Jul 2015

    advanced glycation end products (AGEs). AGEs bind to receptors on the surfaces of neurons, and trigger apoptosis ( cell death ) and other damaging processes. Early diagnosis is crucial for disease management, and yet current techniques are nonquantifiable

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