A microfluidic gradient generator to simulate the oxygen microenvironment in cancer cell culture (2018)
KeywordsMicrofluidics; oxygen; cancer; fluorescent microscopy; gradient generator; thin film sensor
ANZSRC Fields of Research11 - Medical and Health Sciences::1112 - Oncology and Carcinogenesis::111201 - Cancer Cell Biology
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Orcheston-Findlay, Louise; Hashemi, Azadeh; Garrill, Ashley; Nock, Volker (Elsevier BV, 2018)© 2018 Elsevier B.V. Standard cancer lab models lack many attributes of the in-vivo cancer microenvironment. Oxygen levels for example are not commonly controlled in 2D cell-culture well plate experiments. However, low O2 ...
Method for Recovery and Immunoaffinity Enrichment of Membrane Proteins Illustrated with Metastatic Ovarian Cancer Tissues Schneider L; Likhte V; Wright W; Chu F; Cambron E; Baldwin-Burnett A; Krakow J; Smejkal G (2012)Integral membrane proteins play key biological roles in cell signaling, transport, and pathogen invasion. However, quantitative clinical assays for this critical class of proteins remain elusive and are generally limited ...
Free propagation phase-contrast breast CT provides higher image quality than cone-beam breast-CT at low radiation doses: a feasibility study on human mastectomies Pacilè S; Dullin C; Baran P; Tonutti M; Perske C; Fischer U; Albers J; Arfelli F; Dreossi D; Pavlov K; Maksimenko A; Mayo SC; Nesterets YI; Taba ST; Lewis S; Brennan PC; Gureyev TE; Tromba G; Wienbeck S (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019)© 2019, The Author(s). In this study we demonstrate the first direct comparison between synchrotron x-ray propagation-based CT (PB-CT) and cone-beam breast-CT (CB-CT) on human mastectomy specimens (N = 12) including different ...