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May 2012 Issue

Freestanding Carbon Nanotube Films Fabricated By Post-Electrophoretic Deposition Electrochemical Separation

The development of a novel method for producing buckypapers following electrophoretic deposition of carbon nanotubes is presented.

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Identification of Motifs in the Intracellular Domain of the Engulfment Receptor Jedi-1 required for Phagocytosis

This study focuses on a novel engulfment receptor Jedi-1, ITAMs, and the NPXY motif and their role in the engulfment process.

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Human Hemoglobin Polymorphisms Aff ect Recognition by S. aureus Receptor IsdB

Bacterial adenylate cyclase two-hybrid assay shows that hemoglobin variants are differentially bound by S. aureus receptor IsdB

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Consequences of Altering Transforming Growth Factor Beta Receptor Type III (TβRIII) Expression in the Prostate

The goal of this study was to observe how changing the expression of TβRIII affects prostate cancer progression.

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Low Volume Bacterial Chemostat in Microfl uidic Devices Through the Use of Hexagonal Traps.

Low volume bacterial chemostat: Novel method aimed at rapid diagnosis of bacterial infections.

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Optimizing Transfection Efficiency and Determining Release Kinetics of Plasmid DNA from Polyurethane Scaff olds in vitro

The purpose of this study was to deliver DNA from biomaterial scaffolds to cells in vitro.

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Effects of IIIM1 on Rat Astrocytes

Designed to study a peptide’s ability to protect cells exposed to manganese chloride

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The Potential Use of Curved Nitinol Stylets for Optimized Robotic Insertion of Perimodiolar Electrode Arrays

The purpose of this study is to assess whether custom-designed Nitinol stylets could better fit the human cochlea than those currently used in cochlear implant surgery.

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Identification of Novel Helicobacter pylori Adhesins that Bind the Host Cell Receptor Decay-Accelerating Factor (DAF)

H. pylori adherence is critical for gastric cancer development, and this study has identifi ed novel adhesins responsible for DAF-mediated adherence.

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