Kate Delaney

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Infant lung samples were obtained prospectively at autopsy by medical examiner pathologists in five areas of the United States. Tissues were submitted regardless of the cause of death. Lung sections were stained with Prussian blue to detect deposits of hemosiderin. Fifty-nine cases were evaluated for the study. The four sections examined for each case were(More)
Mucopolysaccharidosis Type IIIA (MPS IIIA) is a neurodegenerative disease with behavioral symptoms unique among the mucopolysaccharidoses. Children with MPS IIIA reportedly mouth things, explore novel environments almost continuously, disregard danger, and empathize/socialize and comply less with parents. These characteristics resemble Klüver-Bucy syndrome(More)
Infant lung samples were obtained prospectively at autopsy by medical examiner pathologists in five areas of the United States and regardless of the cause of death. Four sections were examined for each case and were taken from the anterior and posterior aspects of the right and left upper lung lobes. Lung sections were stained with HAM-56 immunostain, which(More)
The goal of the experiment was to express three proteins, Txnip, Txdcn17, and Keap1, in Escheria coli (E.coli) and purify these to use for production of antibodies. The proteins of interest are involved in the Glutathione and Thioredoxin pathways found in nearly all cells, which participate in maintenance of redox homeostasis. Protein purification proved to(More)
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