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Transmission electron and confocal laser microscopy of MPs. Transmission electron microscopy appearance of MPs generated in vitro ( a ) or in vivo ( e ), i.e., isolated from normal plasma (final magnification: ×25,000). In confocal laser microscopy, MPs appeared as elements with a diameter less than 1 μm and stained for αvβ3 ( c ) and <t>E-selectin</t> ( d ) in vitro. In vivo–generated MPs expressed αvβ3 ( g ) and CD41/GPIIb-IIIa ( h ). In this case, the majority of the elements were positive for CD41 ( h ), whereas only about 10% were positive for αvβ3 ( g ), confirming that they originate from ECs (final magnification: ×1,000). ( b and f ) Negative staining using isotope control IgG1.
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Article Title: In vitro generation of endothelial microparticles and possible prothrombotic activity in patients with lupus anticoagulant

Journal: Journal of Clinical Investigation

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Transmission electron and confocal laser microscopy of MPs. Transmission electron microscopy appearance of MPs generated in vitro ( a ) or in vivo ( e ), i.e., isolated from normal plasma (final magnification: ×25,000). In confocal laser microscopy, MPs appeared as elements with a diameter less than 1 μm and stained for αvβ3 ( c ) and E-selectin ( d ) in vitro. In vivo–generated MPs expressed αvβ3 ( g ) and CD41/GPIIb-IIIa ( h ). In this case, the majority of the elements were positive for CD41 ( h ), whereas only about 10% were positive for αvβ3 ( g ), confirming that they originate from ECs (final magnification: ×1,000). ( b and f ) Negative staining using isotope control IgG1.
Figure Legend Snippet: Transmission electron and confocal laser microscopy of MPs. Transmission electron microscopy appearance of MPs generated in vitro ( a ) or in vivo ( e ), i.e., isolated from normal plasma (final magnification: ×25,000). In confocal laser microscopy, MPs appeared as elements with a diameter less than 1 μm and stained for αvβ3 ( c ) and E-selectin ( d ) in vitro. In vivo–generated MPs expressed αvβ3 ( g ) and CD41/GPIIb-IIIa ( h ). In this case, the majority of the elements were positive for CD41 ( h ), whereas only about 10% were positive for αvβ3 ( g ), confirming that they originate from ECs (final magnification: ×1,000). ( b and f ) Negative staining using isotope control IgG1.

Techniques Used: Transmission Assay, Microscopy, Electron Microscopy, Generated, In Vitro, In Vivo, Isolation, Staining, Negative Staining

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Article Title: In vitro generation of endothelial microparticles and possible prothrombotic activity in patients with lupus anticoagulant
Article Snippet: FITC-conjugated mAb to vitronectin receptor (anti-αvβ3 or anti-CD51, clone AMF7, IgG1) was from Immunotech (Marseille, France), and FITC-conjugated mAb to E-selectin (anti-CD62E, clone CI26CIOB7, IgG2a) was from Boehringer Ingelheim Bioproducts (Gagny, France).

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    Boehringer Ingelheim e selectin
    Transmission electron and confocal laser microscopy of MPs. Transmission electron microscopy appearance of MPs generated in vitro ( a ) or in vivo ( e ), i.e., isolated from normal plasma (final magnification: ×25,000). In confocal laser microscopy, MPs appeared as elements with a diameter less than 1 μm and stained for αvβ3 ( c ) and <t>E-selectin</t> ( d ) in vitro. In vivo–generated MPs expressed αvβ3 ( g ) and CD41/GPIIb-IIIa ( h ). In this case, the majority of the elements were positive for CD41 ( h ), whereas only about 10% were positive for αvβ3 ( g ), confirming that they originate from ECs (final magnification: ×1,000). ( b and f ) Negative staining using isotope control IgG1.
    E Selectin, supplied by Boehringer Ingelheim, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
    https://www.bioz.com/result/e selectin/product/Boehringer Ingelheim
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    Transmission electron and confocal laser microscopy of MPs. Transmission electron microscopy appearance of MPs generated in vitro ( a ) or in vivo ( e ), i.e., isolated from normal plasma (final magnification: ×25,000). In confocal laser microscopy, MPs appeared as elements with a diameter less than 1 μm and stained for αvβ3 ( c ) and E-selectin ( d ) in vitro. In vivo–generated MPs expressed αvβ3 ( g ) and CD41/GPIIb-IIIa ( h ). In this case, the majority of the elements were positive for CD41 ( h ), whereas only about 10% were positive for αvβ3 ( g ), confirming that they originate from ECs (final magnification: ×1,000). ( b and f ) Negative staining using isotope control IgG1.

    Journal: Journal of Clinical Investigation

    Article Title: In vitro generation of endothelial microparticles and possible prothrombotic activity in patients with lupus anticoagulant

    doi:

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Transmission electron and confocal laser microscopy of MPs. Transmission electron microscopy appearance of MPs generated in vitro ( a ) or in vivo ( e ), i.e., isolated from normal plasma (final magnification: ×25,000). In confocal laser microscopy, MPs appeared as elements with a diameter less than 1 μm and stained for αvβ3 ( c ) and E-selectin ( d ) in vitro. In vivo–generated MPs expressed αvβ3 ( g ) and CD41/GPIIb-IIIa ( h ). In this case, the majority of the elements were positive for CD41 ( h ), whereas only about 10% were positive for αvβ3 ( g ), confirming that they originate from ECs (final magnification: ×1,000). ( b and f ) Negative staining using isotope control IgG1.

    Article Snippet: FITC-conjugated mAb to vitronectin receptor (anti-αvβ3 or anti-CD51, clone AMF7, IgG1) was from Immunotech (Marseille, France), and FITC-conjugated mAb to E-selectin (anti-CD62E, clone CI26CIOB7, IgG2a) was from Boehringer Ingelheim Bioproducts (Gagny, France).

    Techniques: Transmission Assay, Microscopy, Electron Microscopy, Generated, In Vitro, In Vivo, Isolation, Staining, Negative Staining