Jennifer De Jonge

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Microcystins, toxins produced by cyanobacteria, may play a role in fish kills, although their specific contribution remains unclear. A better understanding of the eco-toxicological effects of microcystins is hampered by a lack of analyses at different trophic levels in lake foodwebs. We present 3 years of monitoring data, and directly compare the transfer(More)
Application of RNA interference for in vivo evaluation of gene function or for therapeutic interventions has been hampered by a lack of suitable delivery methods for small interfering RNA (siRNA). Here, we present reconstituted viral envelopes (virosomes) derived from influenza virus as suitable vehicles for in vitro as well as in vivo delivery of siRNAs.(More)
methylation changes and temperature adaptation Xia Shen1, Jennifer De Jonge2, Simon Forsberg1, Mats Pettersson1, Zheya Sheng1, Lars Hennig2 and Örjan Carlborg1* Affiliations: 1Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Clinical Sciences, Division of Computational Genetics, Box 7078, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden. 2Swedish University of(More)
The Shape Selectivity of Paraffin Hydroconversion on TON-, MTT-, and AEL-Type Sieves Th. L. M. Maesen,∗,‡,1 M. Schenk,† T. J. H. Vlugt,† J. P. de Jonge,‡ and B. Smit† ∗Zeolyst International, PQ R and D Center, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428-2240; †Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Amsterdam, Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, 1018 WV Amsterdam, The(More)
Influenza virosomes are reconstituted influenza virus envelopes that may be used as vaccines or as carrier systems for cellular delivery of therapeutic molecules. Here we present a procedure to generate influenza virosomes as a stable dry-powder formulation by freeze-drying (lyophilization) using an amorphous inulin matrix as a stabilizer. In the presence(More)
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