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Test for Intestinal Permeability

Researchers from the Department of General Surgery at UCLA have developed an easy-to-use method to determine intestinal permeability that utilizes an FDA-approved non-absorbable dye.

Genetic Mechanisms Of Resistance To Anti-Pd-1/L1

UCLA researchers have identified a rare genetic mutation in the interferon receptor signaling pathway that can be used as a diagnostic to predict whether a patient will be or has become resistant to a cancer immunotherapy.

Novel Bioassay For Mitochondria Resistance To Cellular Stress: Clinical Applications

Researchers at UCLA have developed a sensitive and specific assay that measures a cell’s mitochondrial resistance to stress and could increase the success rate of in vitro fertilization procedures.

IVC Filter Web Retrieval Device

UCLA researchers have developed a new IVC filter retrieval system that can be used for extraction of the web component of IVC filters.

Biomass-Derived Polymers And Copolymers Incorporating Monolignols And Their Derivatives

UCLA researchers in the Departments of Bioengineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry have developed a novel synthetic strategy for the fabrication of biomass-derived polymers incorporating underutilized lignin derivatives.

Novel Surgical Device for Scleral Buckling Retinal Detachment Repair

UCLA researchers in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Engineering have developed a new surgical device used in retinal detachment surgery.

Automated Optical Chest Tube Air Leak Detection System

UCLA researchers in the Department of Surgery have developed an air leak detection system for use in patients requiring chest tube placement.

A Hybrid Pathway for the In Vitro Conversion of Glucose to Acetyl-CoA Derived Products

UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have developed an in vitro system for production of bioplastics.