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  1. 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

  2. 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

  1. Eye test that pairs two in vivo imaging methods may detect Parkinson's earlier

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    Fri, 19 Aug 2016

    Rosiglitazone, which helps to protect nerve cells. After using this drug, there was clear evidence of reduced retina cell death as well as a protective effect on the brain, which suggests that it could have potential as a treatment for Parkinson

  2. 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

  3. CANCER THERANOSTICS/ DEEP TISSUE IMAGING: Engineered virus facilitates solid tumor diagnosis and phototherapy

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    Fri, 1 Mar 2013

    animals. By comparison, healthy cells allowed little light absorption and could only be heated by a few degrees; no cell death was observed. The study also found new melanin-encoding viral strains useful for generating specific signals in multispectral

  4. Biophotonic methods help discover way to boost chemotherapy for cancer

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    Fri, 16 Aug 2013

    digestion of cancer cells was suppressed by means of DNA-damaging drugs, the mitotic catastrophe directly resulted in cell death . This way, the survival mechanisms of cancer cells were eliminated. The method could lead to more effective chemotherapy

  5. LIF and FGF cooperatively support stemness of rabbit embryonic stem cells derived from parthenogenetically activated embryos; leukemia inhibitory factor; fibroblast growth factor; Report

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    Tue, 5 Jul 2011

    feeders. It has been well known that both MEK/ERK1/2 and PI3K/AKT signalingpathways are important in modulating cell death or survival in humansomatic cell (Ballif and Blenis, 2001). For ES cells, inhibition of PI3K/AKT signaling augments

  6. MULTISPECTRAL IMAGING/PATHOLOGY: Quantitating multiple signaling pathway proteins in intact tissue

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    Thu, 1 Jul 2010

    their motility and invasion abilities, thereby preventing cancer from spreading. 3 It had been presumed that cancer cell death could he hastened by inhibiting AKT, but it is now clear that the role of AKT must be understood further, so as not

  7. LASER SURGERY/CANCER TREATMENT: Real-time interactivity enhances interstitial brain tumor therapy

    Magazine Articles

    Sat, 1 May 2010

    detectable effect–which, depending on many factors, could range from a nonphysiological effect (most likely) to cell death (very unlikely). All tissue outside of this yellow boundary line had been demonstrated in animal studies to experience

  8. Small-animal optical imaging the focus of upcoming ENCITE workshop

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    Fri, 13 Apr 2012

    optical and optoacoustic technology; targeted nanoparticles ; and smart activatable probes to follow cell migration, cell death , and other molecular processes. To be held in close cooperation with Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Cologne, Germany

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