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Cathepsin S-directed, nonpeptidic quenched fluorescent probes for imaging of tumor margins and sites of inflammation

Researchers in Prof. Matthew Bogyo’s laboratory have developed a new class of stable fluorescent probes that can be used for imaging protease activity at tumor margins and sites of inflammation. Because the backbone of these agents is not peptidic, the...
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Data management, storage and analysis technologies

Researchers in Dr. Leonore Herzenberg’s lab at Stanford University have developed a portfolio of data management, storage, and analysis technologies that may be used for large data sets. This portfolio of technologies has been used for FACS (fluorescen...
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