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Characterization of tumor vascular permeability using natural dextrans and CEST MRI.
Li Y, et al. Magn Reson Med 2018. PMID 29193288 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: All dextrans of different molecular weights have a strong CEST signal with an apparent maximum of approximately 0.9 ppm. ...CONCLUSIONS: As a first application, we used 10- and 70-kD dextrans to visualize the spatially variable, size-dependent permeability in the tumor, indicating that nano-sized dextrans can be used for characterizing tumor vascular permeability with dexCEST MRI and, potentially, for developing dextran-based theranostic drug delivery systems. ...
RESULTS: All dextrans of different molecular weights have a strong CEST signal with an apparent maximum of approximately 0.9 ppm. ... …
Cytosolic Uptake of Large Monofunctionalized Dextrans.
Chyan W, et al. Bioconjug Chem 2018. PMID 29649361 Free PMC article.
Dextrans are a versatile class of polysaccharides with applications that span medicine, cell biology, food science, and consumer goods. ...These monofunctionalized dextrans could serve as intracellular delivery platforms for drugs or other cargos....
Dextrans are a versatile class of polysaccharides with applications that span medicine, cell biology, food science, and consumer good
Structural relationship between the putative hair cell mechanotransduction channel TMC1 and TMEM16 proteins
Ballesteros A, et al. Elife 2018. PMID 30063209 Free PMC article.
We also find that hair cells are permeable to 3 kDa dextrans, and that dextran permeation requires TMC1/2 proteins and functional MET channels, supporting the presence of a large permeation pathway and the hypothesis that TMC1 is a pore forming subunit of the MET channel complex....
We also find that hair cells are permeable to 3 kDa dextrans, and that dextran permeation requires TMC1/2 proteins and functional MET …
Study of Antiviral Efficiency of Oxidized Dextrans In Vitro and In Vivo.
Kurskaya OG, et al. Bull Exp Biol Med 2018. PMID 29923002
Antiviral efficiency of oxidized dextrans (OD) with different molecular weights and oxidation degree (OD40min, OD70min, OD40max, and OD70 max) was studied in vitro and in vivo. Dextrans OD40max and OD70max prevented the development of the cytopathic effect of influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 virus in more than 50% MDCK cells vs. control (no OD). ...
Antiviral efficiency of oxidized dextrans (OD) with different molecular weights and oxidation degree (OD40min, OD70min, OD40max, and …
In situ production and characterization of cloud forming dextrans in fruit-juices.
Eckel VPL, et al. Int J Food Microbiol 2019. PMID 31302487
In this work, we explored the possibility to establish a new generation of natural, stable clouding systems based on bacterial dextrans. Lactobacillus hordei TMW 1.1907 originating from water kefir was used to produce dextrans in sucrose supplemented apple or grape juices. ...
In this work, we explored the possibility to establish a new generation of natural, stable clouding systems based on bacterial dextrans
Editorial Comment
Wu CQ and Arlen AM. J Urol 2018. PMID 29792843
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