Jason E. Jaetao

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Quiescence is the most common and, arguably, most poorly understood cell cycle state. This is in part because pure populations of quiescent cells are typically difficult to isolate. We report the isolation and characterization of quiescent and nonquiescent cells from stationary-phase (SP) yeast cultures by density-gradient centrifugation. Quiescent cells(More)
Acute leukemia is a hematopoietic malignancy for which the accurate measurement of minimal residual disease is critical to determining prognosis and treatment. Although bone marrow aspiration and light microscopy remain the current standard of care for detecting residual disease, these approaches cannot reliably discriminate less than 5% lymphoblast cells.(More)
Magnetite nanoparticles (Chemicell SiMAG-TCL) were characterized by SQUID-relaxometry, susceptometry, and TEM. The magnetization detected by SQUID-relaxometry was 0.33% of that detected by susceptometry, indicating that the sensitivity of SQUID-relaxometry could be significantly increased through improved control of nanoparticle size. The relaxometry data(More)
Here we describe an automated, pressure-driven, sampling device for harvesting 10 to 30 ml samples, in replicate, with intervals as short as 10 s. Correlation between biological replicate time courses measured by microarrays was extremely high. The sampler enables sampling at intervals within the range of many important biological processes.
Activation of the PI3K/AKT Pathway Induces Urothelial Carcinoma of the Renal Pelvis: Identification in Human Tumors and Confirmation in Animal Models. Chao-Nan Qian, Kyle A. Furge, Jared Knol, Dan Huang, Jindong Chen, Karl J. Dykema, Eric J. Kort, Aaron Massie, Sok Kean Khoo, Kristin Vanden Beldt, James H. Resau, John Anema, Richard J. Kahnoski, Hans(More)
Acute leukemia is a hematopoietic malignancy for which the accurate measurement of minimal residual disease is critical to determining prognosis and treatment. Although bone marrow aspiration and light microscopy remain the current standard of care for detecting residual disease, these approaches cannot reliably discriminate less than 5% lymphoblast cells.(More)
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