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Method for Screening Delta Opioid Receptor Modulators

Dr. Christopher Evans, Director of the Brain Research Institute at UCLA, and colleagues have developed a screening methodology for identifying modulators of the delta opioid recepto

Vectors for Antibody Expression

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A High-Throughput Biochemical Fluorometric Method for Measuring HDL Redox Activity

UCLA researchers in the Department of Medicine have developed a method of screening for the functional properties of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in the blood that may serve as a more accurate risk indicator of cardiovascular disease.

Discriminating Naive Human Pluripotency

UCLA Researchers in the Department of Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology have developed a simple molecular approach to non-invasively distinguish and isolate human pluripotent stem cells that have reverted from the primed pluripotent state to the native state.

A Novel Rapid and Highly Sensitive Cell Based System for the Detection and Characterization of HIV

Dr. Benhur Lee and colleagues in the UCLA Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics have developed a novel system to detect and characterize HIV with unprecedented sensitivity and rapidity.  

PTEN Null Cell Lines

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Measuring Size Distributions of Small-Scale Objects

Dr. Thomas Mason and colleagues at UCLA have created a kit, method, and algorithm for measuring size distributions and pH-dependent electrophoretic mobility distributions, thereby revealing types of stabilizing surface groups, of dispersions of small-scale colloidal objects, including nanoparticles and nanoemulsions.

Small Molecule Modulators Of Mitochondrial Protein Import

UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry havediscovered a set of small molecules that modulate the protein translocation across the mitochondrial membranes, which in turn controls the assembly and function of the mitochondria.

Two-color Fluorescent Reporter for Alternative Pre-mRNA Splicing

Researchers at UCLA have developed a two-color fluorescent reporter assay for high-throughput detection of compounds that affect alternative pre-mRNA splicing in individual living cells, heterogeneous cell populations and live animals.

Anti-MAGI-2 Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody

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Fox-2 Transgenic Mice

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C-myc Transgenic Mouse

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Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Lines and Method to Generate Human Embryonic Stem Cells from Dermal Fibroblasts

UCLA investigators have developed a method to generate human embryonic stem cell-like cells from human skin fibroblasts. These so-called induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells have tremendous potential to create custom-made human embryonic stem cells to treat individuals with degenerative diseases.

Synaptotagmin-4 Knockout Mice

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Novel Monoclonal Antibodies against Neospora Caninum

UCLA researchers have developed a large number of highly specific monoclonal antibodies against the intracellular parasite Neospora caninum that can be used for diagnostic or research purposes.

System to Produce Biotinylated Proteins

UCLA investigators from the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology have developed a system that allows the metabolic biotinylation of secreted proteins in vivo by biotin ligase, both secreted and ER-retained. This process is an improvement over traditional in vitro chemical methods, and does not alter biological functions and reduces the chance of protein degradation.

Single Molecule Imaging and Sizing of DNA on a Cell Phone

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a light-weight and cost-effective fluorescence microscope installed on a cell phone.

Arrayed Force Phenotyping of Single-Cells for High-Throughput Screening and Analysis

UCLA researchers in the Department of Bioengineering have developed a novel platform for simultaneously profiling a large number of cells using measurements of cell contractility.

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