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Frequent Asked Questions – Aeration & Oxygenation

Frequently Asked Questions: Aeration & Oxygenation This Frequently Asked Questions document has been designed to help answer some of the most asked questions by people newer to aeration & oxygenation consumables. 1. How do I know how much oxygen to use in a gas mixture to achieve a desired partial pressure of oxygen in physiological

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Frequent Asked Questions – Newton 7.0 Optical Imaging

Frequently Asked Questions : Fluorescence & Bioluminescence Imaging System This frequently asked questions document has been designed to help answer some of the most common questions related to preclinical optical imaging using the Newton 7.0 system.1. What type of imaging does the Newton 7.0 perform?The Newton system is capable of bioluminescence and fluorescence imaging. The

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(March 30, 2022) Webinar: Imaging Hypoxia

Overview: In this webinar, Katie discussed the role hypoxia plays in disease progression and treatment response, specifically in cancer. She also explained the various molecular imaging technologies that can be used to visualize and assess hypoxia in preclinical cancer models. Some modalities that were covered include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography

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A Novel Co-Targeting Strategy of EGFR/SEC61G for Multi-Modality Fluorescence/MR/Photoacoustic Imaging of Glioblastoma

Glioblastomas (GBMs) are the most common malignant primary tumor of the central nervous system, accounting for over half of all gliomas1. With the current gold standard of treatment being surgical resection, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) continues to play a huge role in defining tumor margins and evaluating treatment response in the clinic. However, while

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In Vivo Imaging of AntiI-αFR Car-Engineered NK-92 Cells Displaying Potent Cytotoxicity Against αFR-Positive Ovarian Cancer

In Vivo Imaging of AntiI-αFR Car-Engineered NK-92 Cells Displaying Potent Cytotoxicity Against αFR-Positive Ovarian Cancer Download Document Here Introduction Ovarian cancer is the most common and most lethal among gynecologic tumors. Folate receptor alpha (FRα), a tumor-associated antigen Folate Receptor alpha, has been reported to be overexpressed in solid tumors like ovarian cancers. The

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