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A direct, high throughput assay for Neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) pharmaceutical industry, biotech/biomedical companies, autoimmune diseases
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The Netherlands Epidemiology of Obesity (NEO) Study Database and Biobank obesity, metabolomic disease, biobank
obesity, metabolomic disease, biobank
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ApoE3Leiden Mouse obesity, diabetes, Artherosclerosis, brown fat, metabolic disease
obesity, diabetes, Artherosclerosis, brown fat, metabolic disease
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New drug candidates for lysosomal storage disorders, parkinsonism and type 2 diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes Neo-Epitopes: Autoimmunity Against a Defective Ribosomal Insulin Gene Product A new neo-epitope generated by defective ribosomal products (DRiPs) from the proinsulin gene.
A new neo-epitope generated by defective ribosomal products (DRiPs) from the proinsulin gene.
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ApoE3Leiden Mouse The APOE3Leiden mouse displays a human-like plasma lipid profile and is sensitive to diet-induced hyperlipidemia among other illnesses.
The APOE3Leiden mouse displays a human-like plasma lipid profile and is sensitive to diet-induced hyperlipidemia among other illnesses.
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The Netherlands Epidemiology of Obesity (NEO) Study Database and Biobank Information from 6,000 obese participants from the Netherlands was gathered over a four-year period with a goal of aiding researchers.
Information from 6,000 obese participants from the Netherlands was gathered over a four-year period with a goal of aiding researchers.
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New Synchronizable Hepatocyte Cell Line for Chronotoxicology
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New drug candidates for lysosomal storage disorders, parkinsonism and type 2 diabetes
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New material for enriching phosphorylated proteins