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Microfluidic sonicator for real-time disruption of eukaryotic cells and bacterial spores for DNA analysis
Marentis TC, et al. Ultrasound Med Biol 2005. Among authors: Kusler B. PMID 16176793
Real-time polymerase chain reaction indicated 50% lysis of B. subtilis spores with 30 s of sonication. Advantages of the minisonicator over macrofluidic implementations include a small sample volume (2.5 microL), reduced energy consumption and compatibility with other microfluidic blocks. ...
Real-time polymerase chain reaction indicated 50% lysis of B. subtilis spores with 30 s of sonication. Advantages of the minisonicato …
Reactive oxygen species regulate nucleostemin oligomerization and protein degradation
Huang M, et al. J Biol Chem 2011. Among authors: Kusler B. PMID 21242306 Free PMC article.
NS oligomerization occurs in HL-60 leukemic cells and Raji B lymphoblasts that express high levels of c-Myc and have high intrinsic levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS); reducing agents dissociate NS into monomers and dimers. ...
NS oligomerization occurs in HL-60 leukemic cells and Raji B lymphoblasts that express high levels of c-Myc and have high intrinsic l …
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