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

    Online Articles

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

    Online Articles

    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

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

    Magazine Articles

    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

  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

  3. 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

  4. Photodynamic therapy, magnetic hyperthermia pair to fight cancer

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    Wed, 1 Apr 2015

    cells. These two physical therapies act in synergy on the activity of the proteins involved in apoptosis, or programmed cell death . Their combination thus induces total regression of the tumor, while a single therapy is not able to stop its growth

  5. LIVE-CELL IMAGING: Noninvasive 3D cell imaging

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    Mon, 23 Mar 2015

    Besides the applications described, other potential uses for 3D Cell Explorer include research on cell division, cell death (apoptosis or necrosis), and cell-cell interaction; cell morphology monitoring; cell differentiation (200+ types

  6. NANOTOXICITY/CELL BIOLOGY: Light absorption indicates oxidative stress in cells

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    Tue, 21 Jan 2014

    cell's proteins, sugars, and membrane. This hastens cellular aging, causes certain diseases, and may even lead to cell death . Thus, the overproduction of such oxidants is a sign of cell stress. The researchers found that cytochrome c, a protein

  7. Cancer therapy method uses UVC pulse flash irradiation to destroy neoplastic cells

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    Tue, 21 Aug 2012

    and non-neoplastic cells did not reach conditions of cell death . Sterilization effects of UVCPFRs show promise as a ..... Furthermore, their experiments showed that UVCPFRs caused cell death within a few seconds. Itoh and colleagues plan to develop

  8. NST's agent for molecular imaging of apoptosis wins FDA approval for Phase I/II trials

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    Fri, 25 Jul 2008

    genetically-controlled process of cell death , associated with medical disorders ..... for molecular imaging of programmed cell death in "real-time" with positron ..... medicine by using real-time images of cell death to monitor disease activity and patient

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