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Clinical and pathogenetic implications of histopathology in childhood polydermatomyositis.
Observations support a central role for endothelial cell injury in the pathogenesis of childhood dermatomyositis, suggest a basis for assessing the efficacy of therapy, and provide a focus for investigation of basic mechanisms.
Volume changes in single N1E-115 neuroblastoma cells measured with a fluorescent probe
Nailfold capillary abnormalities in childhood rheumatic diseases.
Role of intracellular Ca2+ in modulation of tight junction resistance in A6 cells.
Assessment of tight junctional resistance (Rj) in confluent monolayers of A6 cells that were treated with mucosal amiloride suggests that changes in intracellular Ca2+ play an important role in the regulation of Rj.
 Use of ion-selective microelectrodes andfluorescent probes to measure cell volume
Nailfold capillary abnormalities and clinical outcome in childhood dermatomyositis.
It is found that the presence of nailfold capillary abnormalities correlates with more severe forms of the disease (ulcerative and chronic types), as opposed to limited type of disease.
A convenient preparation of xanthene dyes.
- Youjun Yang, J. O. Escobedo, R. Strongin
- Chemistry, BiologyThe Journal of organic chemistry
- 19 August 2005
A facile synthetic route utilizing readily available reagents affords a series of regioisomerically pure xanthene dye derivatives, avoiding the need for relatively inefficient oxidation chemistry and/or harsh conditions.
Vessel Diameter Measurement from Intravital Microscopy
- Jaesung Lee, A. Jirapatnakul, A. Reeves, W. Crowe, I. Sarelius
- EngineeringAnnals of Biomedical Engineering
- 11 March 2009
A new feature-based tracking algorithm is presented for automatically measuring diameter of vessels in intravital video microscopy image sequences, which tracks the vessel diameter throughout the entire image sequence once the diameter is marked in the first image.
N-oxide promoted pauson-khand cyclizations at room temperature