cell fractionation


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cell fractionation

[¦sel ‚frak·shə′nā·shən]
(cell and molecular biology)
A laboratory technique that uses differential centrifugation to separate the different components of the cell, resulting in nuclear, mitochondrial, microsomal, and soluble fractions.
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Additionally, Palade and his collaborators contributed to innovations in cell fractionation which allowed for isolation of mitochondria with preserved structure and function and developed a new fixative named "Palade's Pickle" with which a much higher resolution of electron microscopy images was obtained.
Methods: Cell fractionation, western blotting, and immunofluorescence microscopy experiments were performed to measure [beta]-catenin protein levels and [beta]-catenin cellular localization in HEK293Tcells transfected with various amounts of a [beta]-catenin-encoding plasmid.
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Upper division and graduate students with biochemistry and cell biology coursework will appreciate its topics on cell fractionation, refolding of inclusion bodies, and multiple sections on chromatography.
Centrifugal S-[rho] technology was originally developed for cell fractionation with the aim of isolating viruses from tumors, cells, and tissues (5).
The rotors are ideal for plasmid purification, dye terminator removal, ethanol precipitation, cell culture pelleting cell fractionation and protein precipitation.
For cell fractionation, cytosolic and nuclear factions were prepared as described (21).
Cellular Genomics possesses proprietary know how related to cell culturing, cell fractionation and cell biology techniques, several patent (pending) protein analysis technologies, and novel target validation strategies.
As an extension of his cell fractionation studies, Dr.
The symbionts were then purified by differential centrifugation, followed by cell fractionation and purification on Percoll gradients.
All of the core bioscience laboratory techniques are covered including: basic calculations and the preparation of solutions; aseptic techniques; microscopy techniques; cell fractionation ; spectrophotometry; chromatography of small and large molecules: electrophoresis of proteins and nucleic acids and data analysis.
Finally, the knowledge on cell fractionation procedures, large-scale RNA analyses and Arabidopsis AGO biology generated during the project will contribute to European excellence and competitiveness in the field.