by Christentze Schmiegelow, Thomas Scheike, Mayke Oesterholt, Daniel Minja, Caroline Pehrson, Pamela Magistrado, Martha Lemnge, Vibeke Rasch, John Lusingu, Thor G. Theander, Birgitte Bruun Nielsen
Objective To produce a fetal weight chart representative of a Tanzanian population, and compare it to weight charts from Sub-Saharan Africa and the developed world.
Control of wound healing via balancing signaling regulators may have implications for treating inflammatory bowel disease.Author: Terrence A. Barrett
by Silvia Mori, Rosa Bernardi, Audrey Laurent, Massimo Resnati, Ambra Crippa, Arianna Gabrieli, Rebecca Keough, Thomas J. Gonda, Francesco Blasi
by Roland I. Hall, Brent B. Wolfe, Johan A. Wiklund, Thomas W. D. Edwards, Andrea J. Farwell, D. George Dixon
by Ana R. Soares, Marisa Reverendo, Patrícia M. Pereira, Olivier Nivelles, Hélène Pendeville, Ana Rita Bezerra, Gabriela R. Moura, Ingrid Struman, Manuel A. S. Santos
by Siddhesh B. Ghag, Upendra K. Singh Shekhawat, Thumballi R. Ganapathi
In extensive bone defects, tissue damage and hypoxia lead to cell death, resulting in slow and incomplete healing. Human embryonic stem cells (hESC) can give rise to all specialized lineages found in healthy bone and are therefore uniquely suited to aid regeneration of damaged bone.
Follicular T-helper (TFH) cells cooperate with GL7+CD95+ germinal center (GC) B cells to induce antibody maturation. Herein, we identify the transcription factor IRF4 as a T-cell intrinsic precondition for TFH cell differentiation and GC formation.
Epigenetic modifications, such as DNA and histone methylation, are responsible for regulatory pathways that affect disease. Current epigenetic analyses use bisulfite conversion to identify DNA methylation and chromatin immunoprecipitation to collect molecules bearing a specific histone modification.
Biological tissues are rarely transparent, presenting major challenges for deep tissue optical microscopy. The achievable imaging depth is fundamentally limited by wavefront distortions caused by aberration and random scattering.