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In recent years, the focus of research on human disease has shifted to the molecular level to determine genetic and proteome expression variations among humans as well as during disease development and progression. This trend, along with the many technological advances in the biomedical field,...
In the analysis of peripheral blood gene expression, timely processing of samples is essential to ensure that measurements reflect in vivo biology, rather than ex vivo sample processing variables. The effect of processing delays on global gene expression patterns in peripheral blood mononuclear...
Determination of cell hydraulic conductivity ( L p ) is required to predict the optimal conditions for cell cryopreservation. One of the critical procedures associated with the determination of L p is to measure the kinetics of cell volume change in response to a sudden cell exposure to...
Two technologies for dry-state, ambient temperature transport of biospecimens were evaluated in this study. Umbilical cord blood (UCB) samples from 4 individuals were transported at ambient temperature using GenPlates, and the DNA recovered was compared with DNA purified directly from...
Bacterial contamination often occurs in human blood DNA samples, possibly due to bacteremia or an inappropriate procedure during sample preparation. This study aimed at analyzing the clinical significance of bacterial DNA contamination in human blood DNA samples and to assess its influence on...
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