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Streptococcal recognition of sialic acid diversity in the salivary proteome
Saliva facilitates in the preprocessing of food, and contributes to the protection of teeth and oral mucosa. Saliva also helps to maintain an ecological balance in the diverse oral microbiota through the clearance of ...
Tumor immune escape: Molecular mechanisms and counteracting strategies
Changes in HLA class I antigen and NK cell-activating ligand expression have been identified in malignant lesions. These changes are believed to play a major role in the clinical course of the disease since both HLA class ...
Anti-cancer activity of novel camptothecin analogues that are insensitive to ABCG2
Analogues of camptothecin (CPT) have been used in the clinic for almost two decades. The first analogue to be approved, topotecan (TPT), is now approved for use in patients with advanced ovarian, cervical, or small cell ...
X-ray region of interest imaging system for rapid-sequence angiography and fluoroscopy: The micro-angiographic fluoroscope
Neuro-endovascular interventional diagnosis and treatment require high resolution x-ray imaging guidance of fluoroscopy and angiography. Our group has developed a small field of view, 5 frames per second, high-resolution ...
Development of Novel Ionstar-Based Methods for Large-Scale Tissue and Plasma Proteomics with High Sensitivity and Reproducibility
Quantitative proteomics concomitantly analyze numerous proteins in biological samples and thus allows the depiction of a global picture of a dynamically changing proteome, which is inaccessible to conventional reductionist ...