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Published Papers Citing CitiFluor™ Antifadent Products

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Papers

  1. M C Waghabi, R Coutinho-Silva, J-J Feige M de L Higuchi, D Becker, G Burnstock and T C de Araujo-Jorge, Gap junction in cardiomyocytes following transforming growth factor – ß treatment and Trypanosoma cruziinfection, Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, 2009, 104 (8), 1083-1090.
  2. E Brailoiu S L Dun G C Brailoiu K Mizuo L A Skar and T I Oprea, Distribution and characterization of estrogen receptor G protein-coupled receptor 30 in the rat central nervous system, Journal of Endocrinology, 2007, 193, 311-321.
  3. L L Richardson D K Mills E R Remily and J D Voss, Development and field application of a molecular probe for the primary pathogen of the coral disease white plague type II, Rev. Biol. Trop., 2005, (Suppl. 1), 53 (May), 1-10.
  4. H I Abdel-Halim A T Natarajan L H F Mullenders and J J W A Boeil, Mitomycin C-induced pairing of heterochromatin reflects initiation of DNA repair and chromatid exchange formation, Journal of Cell Science, 2005, 118 1757-1767.
  5. M Pernice S Wetzel O Gros R Boucher-Rodoni and N Dubilier, Enigmatic dual symbiosis in the excretory organ of Nautilus macromphalus (Cephalopoda Nautiloidea), Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2007, 274 (1614), 1143-1152.
  6. J R Napolitano M-J Liu S Baol M Crawford P Nana-Sinkam, E Cormet-Boyaka and D L Knoell, Cadmium-mediated toxicity of lung epithelia is enhanced through NF-kB-mediated transcriptional activation of human zinc transporter ZIP8, ajplung. 00351.2011.
  7. B Baan E Pardali P ten Dijke H van Dam, In situ proximity ligation detection of c-Jun/AP-1 dimers reveals increased levels of c-Jun/Fra 1 complexes in aggressive breast cancer cell lines in Vitro andin Vivo Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, 2010, 9 1982-1990.
  8. J Schira M Gasis V Estrada M Hendricks C Schmitz T Trapp F Kruse G Kogler P Wernet H-P hartung and H W Muller, Significant clinical, neuropathological and behavioural recovery from acute spinal cord trauma by tranplantation of a well-defined somatic stem cell from human umbilical cord blood Brain, 2012, 135 (2), 431-446.
  9. D J Smolinski and A Kolowerzo, mRNA accumulation in the Cajal bodies of diplotene larch microsporocyte Chromosoma, 2012, 121 (1), 37-48.
  10. M P Nikrad M. T Cottrell D L Kirchman, Abundance and single cell activity of heterotrophic bacterial groups in the western Arctic Ocean in summer and winter, AEM 07130-11 (doi:10.1128), .
  11. A Amiel E Houliston, Three distinct RNA localization mechanisms contribute to oocyte polarity establishment in the cnidarian Clytia hemisphaerica Developmental Biology, 2009, 327 (1), 191-203.
  12. R Blumer, K Z Konakci, C Pomikal, G Wieczorek, J-R Lukas and J Streicher, Palisade Endings: Cholinergic Sensory Organs or Effector Organs? Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., March, 2009, vol. 50 no. 3 1176-1186.
  13. J Adams, S V. Williams, J S. Aveyard, and M A. Knowles, Loss of Heterozygosity Analysis and DNA Copy Number Measurement on 8p in Bladder Cancer Reveals Two Mechanisms of Allelic Loss, Cancer Res, January 1, 2005, 65; 66.
  14. F. Miyara, A. Pesty, C. Migne, C. Djediat, X.B. Huang, M. Dumont-Hassan, P. Debey, B. Lefèvre, Spontaneous calcium oscillations and nuclear PLC-ß1 in human GV oocytes, Molecular Reproduction and Development, 2008, 75, (2), pages 392-402.
  15. F Chowdhury, W J. Howat, G J. Phillips, and Peter M. Lackie, Interactions between endothelial cells and epithelial cells in a combined cell model of airway mucosa: effects on tight junction permeability, Experimental Lung Research, 2010, Vol. 36, (1), 1-11.
  16. J K. Nowak, R Gromadka, M Juszczuk, M Jerka-Dziadosz, K Maliszewska, M-H Mucchielli, J-F Gout, O Arnaiz, N Agier, T Tang, L P. Aggerbeck, Jean Cohen, H Delacroix, L Sperling, C J. Herbert, M Zagulski, and M Bétermier, Functional Study of Genes Essential for Autogamy and Nuclear Reorganization in Paramecium, Eukaryotic Cell, 2011, 10 (3), 363-372.
  17. V Cleusix, C Lacroix, G Dasen, M Leo, and G Le Blay, Comparative study of a new quantitative real-time PCR targeting the xylulose-5-phosphate/fructose-6-phosphate phosphoketolase bifidobacterial gene (xfp), in faecal samples with two fluorescence in situ hybridization methods. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2010, 108: 181-193. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2672.2009.04408.x.
  18. G garrel V Simon M-L Thieulant X Cayla A Garcia R Counis and J Cohen-Tannoudji, Sustained gonadotrophin-releasing hormone simulation mobilizes the camp/PKA pathway to induce nitric oxide synthase Type 1 expression in rat pituitary cells In Vitro and In Vivo at proestrus, Biology of Reproduction, 2010, 82 (6), 1170-1179.
  19. A M Smith H M Gibbons and M Dragunow, Valproic acid enhances microglial phagocytosis of amyloid-ß1-42 Neuroscience, 2010, 169 (1), 505-515.
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  21. A Paix P N Le Nguyen and C Sardet, Bi-polarized translation of ascidian maternal mRNA determinant pem-1 associated with regulators of the translational machinery on the cortical Endoplasmic Reticulum (cER), Developmental Biology, 2011, 357 (1), 211-226.
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  25. S Hamann D F Schorderet and S Cottet, Bax-induced apoptosis in Leber's congenital amaurosis: A dual role in rod and cone degeneration, PloS ONE doi:10.1371, pone 0006616.
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  32. B M Girard J R Galli B A Young M A Vizzard and R L Parsons, PACAP Expression in explant cultured mouse major pelvic ganglia, Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 2010, 42 (3), 370-377.
  33. E Gaidos V Marteinsson T Thorsteinsson T Johannesson A R Runarsson S Han M Miller A Rusch and W Foo, An oligarchic microbial assemblage in the anoxic bottom waters of a volcanic subglacial lake, The ISME Journal, 2009, 3 486-497.
  34. A Paix L Yamad P Dru H Lecordier G Pruliere j Chenevert N Satoh and C Sardet, Cortical anchorages and cell type segregations of maternal postplasmic/PEM RNA's in ascidians, Developmental Biology, 2009, 336 (1), 96-111.
  35. D Morozova M Wandrey M Alawi M Zimmer A Vieth M Zettlitzer and H Wurdemann, Monitoring of the microbial community composition in saline aquifiers during CO2 storage by fluorescence in situ hybridization International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 2010, 4 (6), 981-989.
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  38. O M Faruquel D Le-Nguyen A-D Lajoix E Vives P Petit D Bataille and E-H Hani, Cell-permeable peptide-based disruption of endogenous PKA-AKAP complexes: atool for studying the molecular roles of AKAP-mediated PKA subcellular anchoring American Journal of Physiology, Cell Physiology, 2009, 296 (2), C306-C316.
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