Akira Karasawa Molecular Medicine, Cornell University, USA
2 protocols

Alexandros Kokotos Weill Cornell Medicine
7 protocols

Alka Mehra Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology
21 protocols

Aruna Bitra La Jolla institute for allergy and immunology
1 protocol

Editor
Ralph Thomas Boettcher
  • Project group leader, Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • 1 Author merit
1 Protocol published
β1 Integrin Cell-surface Immunoprecipitation (Selective Immunoprecipitation)
Author:  Ralph T. Böttcher, date: 11/05/2013, view: 7479, Q&A: 0
Immunoprecipitation (IP) is a widely used method to isolate a specific protein from a mixed protein sample using an antibody that exclusively binds to that particular protein. This technique allows studying protein-protein and protein-nucleic acid ...
4 Protocols reviewed
Isolation of Mononuclear Cell Populations from Ovarian Carcinoma Ascites
Ovarian cancer is one of the most fatal tumors in women. Due to a lack of symptoms and adequate screening methods, patients are diagnosed at advanced stages with extensive tumor burden (Jelovac and Armstrong, 2011). Interestingly, ovarian cancer ...
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VLA-4 Affinity Assay for Murine Bone Marrow-derived Hematopoietic Stem Cells
Authors:  Francesca Avemaria, Shiri Gur-Cohen, Seymen Avci and Tsvee Lapidot, date: 02/20/2017, view: 4183, Q&A: 0
Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) are defined by their functional ability to self-renew and to differentiate into all blood cell lineages. The majority of HSC reside in specific anatomical locations in the bone marrow (BM) microenvironment, in a ...
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34 Protocols edited
Tandem Affinity Purification of SBP-CBP-tagged Type Three Secretion System Effectors
Authors:  Laura Berneking, Marie Schnapp, Theresa Nauth and Moritz Hentschke, date: 06/20/2019, view: 535, Q&A: 0
Identification of protein-protein interactions of bacterial effectors and cellular targets during infection is at the core to understand how bacteria manipulate the infected host to overcome the immune response. Potential interacting proteins might ...
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Straight Channel Microfluidic Chips for the Study of Platelet Adhesion under Flow
Authors:  Alexander Dupuy, Lining Arnold Ju and Freda H Passam, date: 03/20/2019, view: 1400, Q&A: 0
Microfluidic devices have become an integral method of cardiovascular research as they enable the study of shear force in biological processes, such as platelet function and thrombus formation. Furthermore, microfluidic chips offer the benefits of ...
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