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Recent Cell-Based Assay Papers of Note: Feb 10, 2006


Recent Cell-Based Assay Papers of Note

Journal Title Author(s) Lead Institution
Analytical Biochemistry
2006 Jan 30;
[Epub ahead of print]
An assay for the determination of biologically active bone morphogenetic proteins using cells transfected with an inhibitor of differentiation promoter-luciferase construct Logeart-Avramoglou D
et al
Université Paris
Angewandte Chemie International
2006 Jan 30; 45(6): 896-901
Programmable cell adhesion encoded by DNA hybridization Chandra RA
et al
University of California, Berkeley
Annals of Biomedical Engineering
2006 Feb 1; 1-12
Engineering luminescent quantum dots for in vivo molecular and cellular imaging Smith AM et al Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
2006 Feb; 50(2): 565-71
Novel yeast cell-based assay to screen for inhibitors of human cytomegalovirus protease in a high-throughput format Cottier V et al ESBATech AG, Zurich, Switzerland
Assay and Drug Development Technologies
2005 Dec; 3(6): 675-82
Optimization, application, and interpretation of lactate dehydrogenase measurements in microwell determination of cell number and toxicity Wolterbeek H
et al
University of Delft, The Netherlands
Assay and Drug Development Technologies
2005 Dec; 3(6): 623-36
High-content kinetic assays of neuronal signaling implemented on BD Pathway HT Chan G et al The Neuroscience Research Center, Merck Sharp & Dohne Research Laboratories, Essex, UK
Biosensors and Bioelectronics
2006 Jan 30;
[Epub ahead of print]
Cytometry on a chip: Cellular phenotypic and functional analysis using grating-coupled surface plasmon resonance Jin GB et al University of Connecticut, Storrs
Combinatorial Chemistry and High-Throughput Screening
2006 Jan; 9(1): 9-14
Development of a novel high-throughput assay for the investigation of GlyT-1b neurotransmitter transporter function Allan L et al Organon Laboratories, Newhouse, UK
Combinatorial Chemistry and High-Throughput Screening
2006 Jan; 9(1): 37-47
Comparison of G-protein coupled receptor desensitization-related beta-arrestin redistribution using confocal and non-confocal imaging Haasen D et al Boehringer Ingelheim, Biberach, Germany
Current Opinions in Drug Discovery and Development
2006 Jan; 9(1): 110-6
Bringing primary cells to mainstream drug development and drug testing Goldbard S Movi Global, San Jose, Calif.
Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
2006 Jan 26;
[Epub ahead of print]
Quantifying effects of ligands on androgen receptor nuclear translocation, intranuclear dynamics, and solubility Marcelli M et al Baylor College of Medicine, Houston
Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling
2006 Jan-Feb; 46(1): 201-7
Visualization and interpretation of high-content screening data Smellie et al ArQule, Woburn, Mass.
Journal of Lipid Research
2006 Feb; 47(2): 284-301
Automated microscopy screening for compounds that partially revert cholesterol accumulation in Niemann-Pick C cells Pipalia NH et al Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY
Microscopy Research and Technique
2006 Jan; 69(1): 1-9
Compression of fluorescence microscopy images based on the signal-to-noise estimation Bernas T et al Faculty of Biology and Protection of Environment, Katowice, Poland
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