To test the functionality of the new structures, the team used Dextran
-- a fluorescent protein which stains the urine-like substance produced when nephrons filter the blood, called glomerular filtrate.
Among them, dextran
has been used for this purpose due to its biocompatibility, biodegradability, and its improved transfection efficiency.
The company's Photrexa Viscous (riboflavin 5-'phosphate in 20% dextran
ophthalmic solution), Photrexa (riboflavin 5-'phosphate ophthalmic solution) and KXL System are approved for sale in the United States.
Animals were stained with the red membrane dye, FM4-64, to outline cell membranes before the dextran
Therefore, use of iron dextran
and other iron preparations had been very limited in children with hematological disorders.
Two studies evaluated the influence of Dextran
in thermal stability of Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA) (ANTONOV & WOLF, 2005) and [beta]-Lactoglobulin ([beta]-Lg) (VARDHANABHUTI et al.
40 is still available, but has recently not been prescribed due to concerns raised regarding its safety.
Colloids such as dextran
have been used to enhance the duration of action of local anesthetics.
There are 50 different names for sugar and here are just some of the more obscure; Barley malt, cane juice crystals, crystalline fructose, dextran
, dextrose, diastase, ethyl maltol, evaporated cane juice, maltodextrin, maltose, mannitol and panocha.
The cultured cells are then anchored to dextran
microbeads and suspended in a culture chamber within which the oxygen tension is decreased from 21%" to less than 5%, according to researchers led by Dr.
In this study, we demonstrate that Tanshinone IIA can ameliorate dextran
sulfate sodium- (DSS-) induced colitis in mice.
acetates were synthesized to study their thermal behavior in comparison with pure dextran