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Grain analysis data reveal that aggregation properties depend on sequence and incubation conditions. Grain analysis data extracted from 3 fields for both human and NMR Aβ 1–42  examined with AFM OriginPro 8.6 (OriginLab Corp., Northampton,
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Article Title: Amyloid beta and the longest-lived rodent: the naked mole-rat as a model for natural protection from Alzheimer’s disease

Journal: Neurobiology of aging

doi: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2013.03.032

Grain analysis data reveal that aggregation properties depend on sequence and incubation conditions. Grain analysis data extracted from 3 fields for both human and NMR Aβ 1–42  examined with AFM OriginPro 8.6 (OriginLab Corp., Northampton,
Figure Legend Snippet: Grain analysis data reveal that aggregation properties depend on sequence and incubation conditions. Grain analysis data extracted from 3 fields for both human and NMR Aβ 1–42 examined with AFM OriginPro 8.6 (OriginLab Corp., Northampton,

Techniques Used: Sequencing, Incubation, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

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    Grain analysis data reveal that aggregation properties depend on sequence and incubation conditions. Grain analysis data extracted from 3 fields for both human and NMR Aβ 1–42  examined with AFM OriginPro 8.6 (OriginLab Corp., Northampton,
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    Cytotoxicity of GOQu on L929 ( left ) and BT474 ( right ) cells: proliferation of cells incubated with Qu (black sqare), GOQu 5% ( w / v ) (blue triangle), and GOQu 2.5% ( w / v ) (red dot), in equivalent concentrations, over 48 h. Data are calculated as percentage of untreated control and are shown as mean ± SD and represented as dependent on the drug concentration decimal logarithm. The red curves have been obtained using the dose–response fit in OriginPro 8.6.
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    Grain analysis data reveal that aggregation properties depend on sequence and incubation conditions. Grain analysis data extracted from 3 fields for both human and NMR Aβ 1–42  examined with AFM OriginPro 8.6 (OriginLab Corp., Northampton,

    Journal: Neurobiology of aging

    Article Title: Amyloid beta and the longest-lived rodent: the naked mole-rat as a model for natural protection from Alzheimer’s disease

    doi: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2013.03.032

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Grain analysis data reveal that aggregation properties depend on sequence and incubation conditions. Grain analysis data extracted from 3 fields for both human and NMR Aβ 1–42 examined with AFM OriginPro 8.6 (OriginLab Corp., Northampton,

    Article Snippet: Grain analysis data collected from 3 0.49 µm2 or 1 µm2 fields in each case was further examined with OriginPro 8.6 (OriginLab Corp, Northampton, MA).

    Techniques: Sequencing, Incubation, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

    Cytotoxicity of GOQu on L929 ( left ) and BT474 ( right ) cells: proliferation of cells incubated with Qu (black sqare), GOQu 5% ( w / v ) (blue triangle), and GOQu 2.5% ( w / v ) (red dot), in equivalent concentrations, over 48 h. Data are calculated as percentage of untreated control and are shown as mean ± SD and represented as dependent on the drug concentration decimal logarithm. The red curves have been obtained using the dose–response fit in OriginPro 8.6.

    Journal: Nanomaterials

    Article Title: Novel Graphene Oxide/Quercetin and Graphene Oxide/Juglone Nanostructured Platforms as Effective Drug Delivery Systems with Biomedical Applications

    doi: 10.3390/nano12111943

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Cytotoxicity of GOQu on L929 ( left ) and BT474 ( right ) cells: proliferation of cells incubated with Qu (black sqare), GOQu 5% ( w / v ) (blue triangle), and GOQu 2.5% ( w / v ) (red dot), in equivalent concentrations, over 48 h. Data are calculated as percentage of untreated control and are shown as mean ± SD and represented as dependent on the drug concentration decimal logarithm. The red curves have been obtained using the dose–response fit in OriginPro 8.6.

    Article Snippet: The dose–response fit was obtained using the specific function implemented in OriginPro 8.6 software (OriginLab Corporation, Northampton, MA, USA).

    Techniques: Incubation, Concentration Assay

    Cytotoxicity of GOJu on L929 ( left ) and BT474 ( right ) cells: proliferation of cells incubated with Ju (black square), GOJu 10% ( w / v ) (red dot), and GOJu 5% ( w / v ) (blue triangle), in equivalent concentrations, over 48 h. Data are calculated as percentage of untreated control and are shown as mean ± SD and represented as dependent on the drug concentration decimal logarithm. The red curves have been obtained using the dose–response fit in OriginPro 8.6.

    Journal: Nanomaterials

    Article Title: Novel Graphene Oxide/Quercetin and Graphene Oxide/Juglone Nanostructured Platforms as Effective Drug Delivery Systems with Biomedical Applications

    doi: 10.3390/nano12111943

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Cytotoxicity of GOJu on L929 ( left ) and BT474 ( right ) cells: proliferation of cells incubated with Ju (black square), GOJu 10% ( w / v ) (red dot), and GOJu 5% ( w / v ) (blue triangle), in equivalent concentrations, over 48 h. Data are calculated as percentage of untreated control and are shown as mean ± SD and represented as dependent on the drug concentration decimal logarithm. The red curves have been obtained using the dose–response fit in OriginPro 8.6.

    Article Snippet: The dose–response fit was obtained using the specific function implemented in OriginPro 8.6 software (OriginLab Corporation, Northampton, MA, USA).

    Techniques: Incubation, Concentration Assay

    Cytotoxicity of GO on L929 (black square) and BT474 (red dot) cells: proliferation of cells incubated with GO over 48 h. Data are calculated as percentage of untreated control and are shown as mean ± SD and represented as dependent on the drug concentration decimal logarithm. The red curves have been obtained using the dose–response fit in OriginPro 8.6.

    Journal: Nanomaterials

    Article Title: Novel Graphene Oxide/Quercetin and Graphene Oxide/Juglone Nanostructured Platforms as Effective Drug Delivery Systems with Biomedical Applications

    doi: 10.3390/nano12111943

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Cytotoxicity of GO on L929 (black square) and BT474 (red dot) cells: proliferation of cells incubated with GO over 48 h. Data are calculated as percentage of untreated control and are shown as mean ± SD and represented as dependent on the drug concentration decimal logarithm. The red curves have been obtained using the dose–response fit in OriginPro 8.6.

    Article Snippet: The dose–response fit was obtained using the specific function implemented in OriginPro 8.6 software (OriginLab Corporation, Northampton, MA, USA).

    Techniques: Incubation, Concentration Assay

    Change in the peak shift (shift of maximum-extinction wavelength) as a function of time for 0.15 mM sonicated eggPC SUVs after adsorption onto a SiO 2 -coated NPS sensor in two different forms of supported lipids (consisting of two repetitions of each, denoted as no. 1 and 2 in both graphs). (A) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I  = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 ; the plot shows SLB formation during 5 min of application of 0.15 mM SUV in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I  = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 . (B) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of 2 M HNO 3 , and 10 min of water; the plot shows adsorption of intact SUVs during 10 min of application of 0.15 mM SUVs in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I  = 10 mM). All measurements were carried out under continuous flow at a flow rate of 100 μL/min. Insets with first-order derivatives were made using OriginPro 8.6 plotting software. (The ∼1 min delay of signal response in the plot compared with the change of the solution by time schedule was caused by ∼100 μL of dead volume of delivering tube.)

    Journal: Langmuir

    Article Title: Nanoplasmonic Sensing and Capillary Electrophoresis for Fast Screening of Interactions between Phosphatidylcholine Biomembranes and Surfactants

    doi: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.8b01074

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Change in the peak shift (shift of maximum-extinction wavelength) as a function of time for 0.15 mM sonicated eggPC SUVs after adsorption onto a SiO 2 -coated NPS sensor in two different forms of supported lipids (consisting of two repetitions of each, denoted as no. 1 and 2 in both graphs). (A) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 ; the plot shows SLB formation during 5 min of application of 0.15 mM SUV in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 . (B) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of 2 M HNO 3 , and 10 min of water; the plot shows adsorption of intact SUVs during 10 min of application of 0.15 mM SUVs in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I = 10 mM). All measurements were carried out under continuous flow at a flow rate of 100 μL/min. Insets with first-order derivatives were made using OriginPro 8.6 plotting software. (The ∼1 min delay of signal response in the plot compared with the change of the solution by time schedule was caused by ∼100 μL of dead volume of delivering tube.)

    Article Snippet: Data was collected with the Insplorer version 1.2 software (Insplorion AB, Gothenburg, Sweden) and evaluated by OriginPro 8.6 software (OriginLab, Northampton, MA).

    Techniques: Sonication, Adsorption, Flow Cytometry, Software

    Change in the peak shift (shift of maximum-extinction wavelength) as a function of time for 0.15 mM sonicated eggPC SUVs after adsorption onto a SiO 2 -coated NPS sensor in two different forms of supported lipids (consisting of two repetitions of each, denoted as no. 1 and 2 in both graphs). (A) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I  = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 ; the plot shows SLB formation during 5 min of application of 0.15 mM SUV in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I  = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 . (B) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of 2 M HNO 3 , and 10 min of water; the plot shows adsorption of intact SUVs during 10 min of application of 0.15 mM SUVs in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I  = 10 mM). All measurements were carried out under continuous flow at a flow rate of 100 μL/min. Insets with first-order derivatives were made using OriginPro 8.6 plotting software. (The ∼1 min delay of signal response in the plot compared with the change of the solution by time schedule was caused by ∼100 μL of dead volume of delivering tube.)

    Journal: Langmuir

    Article Title: Nanoplasmonic Sensing and Capillary Electrophoresis for Fast Screening of Interactions between Phosphatidylcholine Biomembranes and Surfactants

    doi: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.8b01074

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Change in the peak shift (shift of maximum-extinction wavelength) as a function of time for 0.15 mM sonicated eggPC SUVs after adsorption onto a SiO 2 -coated NPS sensor in two different forms of supported lipids (consisting of two repetitions of each, denoted as no. 1 and 2 in both graphs). (A) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 ; the plot shows SLB formation during 5 min of application of 0.15 mM SUV in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I = 10 mM) containing 5 mM CaCl 2 . (B) Pretreatment: 5 min of water, 5 min of 2 M HNO 3 , and 10 min of water; the plot shows adsorption of intact SUVs during 10 min of application of 0.15 mM SUVs in HEPES buffer pH 7.4 ( I = 10 mM). All measurements were carried out under continuous flow at a flow rate of 100 μL/min. Insets with first-order derivatives were made using OriginPro 8.6 plotting software. (The ∼1 min delay of signal response in the plot compared with the change of the solution by time schedule was caused by ∼100 μL of dead volume of delivering tube.)

    Article Snippet: Data was collected with the Insplorer version 1.2 software (Insplorion AB, Gothenburg, Sweden) and evaluated by OriginPro 8.6 software (OriginLab, Northampton, MA).

    Techniques: Sonication, Adsorption, Flow Cytometry, Software