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    Pharmacological inhibition of CXCR4 does not impact the tissue exit of wildtype or Ccr7 −/− T cells. ( A–B ) Chemotaxis of mouse splenocytes was tested toward mouse CXCL12 ( A ) and CCL21 ( B ) in a Transwell chemotaxis assay in the presence or absence of CXCR4 inhibitor <t>AMD3100</t> at indicated concentrations. Data represent mean ±SD of triplicate wells. One of two similar experiments is shown. ( C–E ) Mice carrying 3-week-old skin granulomas in the footpads were systemically treated with either <t>PBS</t> or 1000 µg/kg/h AMD3100 through subcutaneously implanted mini osmotic pumps. 12 h after implantation, a mixture of fluorescently labeled Ccr7 −/− and wildtype splenocytes were transferred into the inflamed footpads. The numbers and phenotypes of cells that egressed from the skin and entered the draining lymph node were determined by flow cytometry 12 h after transfer. The numbers of wildtype ( C ) and Ccr7 −/− ( D ) lymphocyte subsets that migrated to the draining lymph nodes are shown. Data points represent individually analyzed mice of groups of 7–10 recipient mice per group; horizontal lines indicate the mean of each group. One of two experiments with similar results ( C and D ) or both experiments combined ( E ) are shown. WT, wildtype.
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    Alternating the media 10 mM <t>Tris-HCl</t> and 1× <t>PBS</t> buffer for three consecutive runs. ( A ) Shows the minimum shift when exchanging the media. ( B ) Illustrates the changes in amplitude and its phase at a frequency of 251 Hz, when exchanging the media. Comparing the signals, when plotted in the same graph, reveals that the read-out systems detected the media exchange simultaneously, without influencing each other ( C ).
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    The implementation of size-exclusion chromatography to remove <t>Optiprep</t> remnants from EV samples. ( a ) Optiprep density gradients were loaded with <t>PBS</t> to obtain blank EV-density fractions (F1) and with CCM to obtain EV-containing fractions (F2). EVs were retrieved by pelleting at 100,000 g (P1) or by size-exclusion chromatography (S1). Quantity of Optiprep in S1 and P1 was calculated using DC Protein assay. SEC was performed on F2 and consecutive SEC fractions (S2) were analyzed by NTA and protein analysis for GFP and CD9. ( b ) Comparative graph of NTA from S2 (connected line, marked area = SD) and Optiprep quantification of S1 (three differently colored bars representing three independent gradients, SD indicated). ( c ) Protein analysis of S2 by Western blot analysis for GFP and CD9 quantification by TRIFic CD9 assay. Original immunostaining results are shown in Supplementary Fig. 10 . Abbreviations: PBS: phosphate buffered saline. CCM: concentrated conditioned medium. GFP: green fluorescent protein. EV: extracellular vesicle. WB: Western blot. NTA: Nanoparticle tracking analysis. SEC: size-exclusion chromatography.
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    The implementation of size-exclusion chromatography to remove <t>Optiprep</t> remnants from EV samples. ( a ) Optiprep density gradients were loaded with <t>PBS</t> to obtain blank EV-density fractions (F1) and with CCM to obtain EV-containing fractions (F2). EVs were retrieved by pelleting at 100,000 g (P1) or by size-exclusion chromatography (S1). Quantity of Optiprep in S1 and P1 was calculated using DC Protein assay. SEC was performed on F2 and consecutive SEC fractions (S2) were analyzed by NTA and protein analysis for GFP and CD9. ( b ) Comparative graph of NTA from S2 (connected line, marked area = SD) and Optiprep quantification of S1 (three differently colored bars representing three independent gradients, SD indicated). ( c ) Protein analysis of S2 by Western blot analysis for GFP and CD9 quantification by TRIFic CD9 assay. Original immunostaining results are shown in Supplementary Fig. 10 . Abbreviations: PBS: phosphate buffered saline. CCM: concentrated conditioned medium. GFP: green fluorescent protein. EV: extracellular vesicle. WB: Western blot. NTA: Nanoparticle tracking analysis. SEC: size-exclusion chromatography.
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    High-sensitivity flow-cytometry analysis of fractionated <t>IDG</t> revealed the peculiar enrichment of EVs in the 12,000 g pellet. (a) A pool of all the IDG fractions was labelled with deep red CellTracker fluorescent dye and the gates set for fluorescent EV (green) detection, compared with unlabelled EVs (Red) and CellTracker in <t>PBS-loaded</t> (empty) IDG fractions (PBS, Blue). (b–c) Each IDG fraction of the 12,000 g (b) and 35,000 g (c) was labelled and analysed for the presence of esterase-positive EVs. Results are expressed as a count of events (mean ± SD; n = 3). (d) After setting the gates for size, using beads of known diameter, we analysed the CellTracker positive population in each fraction to determine the approximate size of the observed events. (e–f) Representative results obtained for IDG fractions F7 and F8 from 12,000 g (e) and 35,000 g (f) EVs are displayed. A green colour represents CellTracker positive events. The associated quantification results are available as Supplementary File 5.
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    High-sensitivity flow-cytometry analysis of fractionated <t>IDG</t> revealed the peculiar enrichment of EVs in the 12,000 g pellet. (a) A pool of all the IDG fractions was labelled with deep red CellTracker fluorescent dye and the gates set for fluorescent EV (green) detection, compared with unlabelled EVs (Red) and CellTracker in <t>PBS-loaded</t> (empty) IDG fractions (PBS, Blue). (b–c) Each IDG fraction of the 12,000 g (b) and 35,000 g (c) was labelled and analysed for the presence of esterase-positive EVs. Results are expressed as a count of events (mean ± SD; n = 3). (d) After setting the gates for size, using beads of known diameter, we analysed the CellTracker positive population in each fraction to determine the approximate size of the observed events. (e–f) Representative results obtained for IDG fractions F7 and F8 from 12,000 g (e) and 35,000 g (f) EVs are displayed. A green colour represents CellTracker positive events. The associated quantification results are available as Supplementary File 5.
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    Enzymatic N -sulfation and chemical acetylation of hexasaccharides. Reagents and conditions: a) 1. AG 50W-X8 resin (pyridinium form); 2. DMSO/H 2 O (95:5), 60% for 23 , 80% for 24 , 72% for 25 ; b) PAPS, NST, MES (50 mM, pH 7.1); c) <t>AcOSu,</t> <t>PBS</t> (pH 7.4), 65% for 29 , 45% for 30 , 100% for 31 .
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    Enzymatic N -sulfation and chemical acetylation of hexasaccharides. Reagents and conditions: a) 1. AG 50W-X8 resin (pyridinium form); 2. DMSO/H 2 O (95:5), 60% for 23 , 80% for 24 , 72% for 25 ; b) PAPS, NST, MES (50 mM, pH 7.1); c) <t>AcOSu,</t> <t>PBS</t> (pH 7.4), 65% for 29 , 45% for 30 , 100% for 31 .
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    Pharmacological inhibition of CXCR4 does not impact the tissue exit of wildtype or Ccr7 −/− T cells. ( A–B ) Chemotaxis of mouse splenocytes was tested toward mouse CXCL12 ( A ) and CCL21 ( B ) in a Transwell chemotaxis assay in the presence or absence of CXCR4 inhibitor AMD3100 at indicated concentrations. Data represent mean ±SD of triplicate wells. One of two similar experiments is shown. ( C–E ) Mice carrying 3-week-old skin granulomas in the footpads were systemically treated with either PBS or 1000 µg/kg/h AMD3100 through subcutaneously implanted mini osmotic pumps. 12 h after implantation, a mixture of fluorescently labeled Ccr7 −/− and wildtype splenocytes were transferred into the inflamed footpads. The numbers and phenotypes of cells that egressed from the skin and entered the draining lymph node were determined by flow cytometry 12 h after transfer. The numbers of wildtype ( C ) and Ccr7 −/− ( D ) lymphocyte subsets that migrated to the draining lymph nodes are shown. Data points represent individually analyzed mice of groups of 7–10 recipient mice per group; horizontal lines indicate the mean of each group. One of two experiments with similar results ( C and D ) or both experiments combined ( E ) are shown. WT, wildtype.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: CXCR4 Is Dispensable for T Cell Egress from Chronically Inflamed Skin via the Afferent Lymph

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095626

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Pharmacological inhibition of CXCR4 does not impact the tissue exit of wildtype or Ccr7 −/− T cells. ( A–B ) Chemotaxis of mouse splenocytes was tested toward mouse CXCL12 ( A ) and CCL21 ( B ) in a Transwell chemotaxis assay in the presence or absence of CXCR4 inhibitor AMD3100 at indicated concentrations. Data represent mean ±SD of triplicate wells. One of two similar experiments is shown. ( C–E ) Mice carrying 3-week-old skin granulomas in the footpads were systemically treated with either PBS or 1000 µg/kg/h AMD3100 through subcutaneously implanted mini osmotic pumps. 12 h after implantation, a mixture of fluorescently labeled Ccr7 −/− and wildtype splenocytes were transferred into the inflamed footpads. The numbers and phenotypes of cells that egressed from the skin and entered the draining lymph node were determined by flow cytometry 12 h after transfer. The numbers of wildtype ( C ) and Ccr7 −/− ( D ) lymphocyte subsets that migrated to the draining lymph nodes are shown. Data points represent individually analyzed mice of groups of 7–10 recipient mice per group; horizontal lines indicate the mean of each group. One of two experiments with similar results ( C and D ) or both experiments combined ( E ) are shown. WT, wildtype.

    Article Snippet: Sterile-filtered AMD3100 in PBS (Sigma-Aldrich) or PBS alone (Invitrogen) was loaded into the osmotic pumps before equilibration in sterile PBS at 37°C for 12 h according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

    Techniques: Inhibition, Chemotaxis Assay, Mouse Assay, Labeling, Flow Cytometry, Cytometry

    Comparison of inflammatory parameters for cobalt monoxide (CoO) nanoparticles (NPs) and cobalt chloride (CoCl 2 ). Number of ( A ) total cells, ( B ) macrophages, ( C ) neutrophils, ( D ) eosinophils, and levels of ( E ) LDH, ( F ) total protein, ( G ) IL-6, and ( H ) eotaxin. Both treatment groups had same doses for cobalt ions (31, 79, and 315 μg/rat). Note that the inflammatory parameters of CoO NPs were similar with the CoCl 2 which implies that the toxicity of CoO NPs was derived from their solubilized cobalt ions. Values are mean ± SEM ( n = 4) for each treatment group. The data from CoO NPs were compared with the vehicle control (Ca 2+ - and Mg 2+ -free phosphate buffered saline) to determine statistical significance. * p

    Journal: Particle and Fibre Toxicology

    Article Title: Response-metrics for acute lung inflammation pattern by cobalt-based nanoparticles

    doi: 10.1186/s12989-015-0089-1

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Comparison of inflammatory parameters for cobalt monoxide (CoO) nanoparticles (NPs) and cobalt chloride (CoCl 2 ). Number of ( A ) total cells, ( B ) macrophages, ( C ) neutrophils, ( D ) eosinophils, and levels of ( E ) LDH, ( F ) total protein, ( G ) IL-6, and ( H ) eotaxin. Both treatment groups had same doses for cobalt ions (31, 79, and 315 μg/rat). Note that the inflammatory parameters of CoO NPs were similar with the CoCl 2 which implies that the toxicity of CoO NPs was derived from their solubilized cobalt ions. Values are mean ± SEM ( n = 4) for each treatment group. The data from CoO NPs were compared with the vehicle control (Ca 2+ - and Mg 2+ -free phosphate buffered saline) to determine statistical significance. * p

    Article Snippet: NP suspensions at 80, 200, and 800 μg/mL were prepared by dispersing NPs in sterile Ca2+ - and Mg2+ -free PBS (Life Technologies, Gaithersburg, MD, USA) and sonicated for 10 min using a bath sonicator (Saehan-Sonic, Seoul, Korea) to break up agglomerates.

    Techniques: Derivative Assay

    Antheraea assama  (Saturniidae) larva, cocoon and silk gland. ( A ) Pre-spinning V instar feeding larva (about 8 cm long). ( B ) Golden silk cocoon (chrysalis, about 5 cm long). ( C ) One in a pair of silk glands (about 30 cm long) dissected from V instar pre-spinning larva of  A. assama , placed in a Petri plate with 1X PBS. It shows features of a typical lepidopteron silk gland with three distinct regions: ASG (Anterior Silk Gland), MSG (Middle Silk Gland), and PSG (Posterior Silk Gland). ( D ) Fluorescent micrographs of portions of ASG, MSG and PSG of II instar larval silk gland showing stacks of paired glandular epithelial cells (DAPI stained) that makeup the cross-sectional circumference of silk gland.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Molecular architecture of silk fibroin of Indian golden silkmoth, Antheraea assama

    doi: 10.1038/srep12706

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Antheraea assama (Saturniidae) larva, cocoon and silk gland. ( A ) Pre-spinning V instar feeding larva (about 8 cm long). ( B ) Golden silk cocoon (chrysalis, about 5 cm long). ( C ) One in a pair of silk glands (about 30 cm long) dissected from V instar pre-spinning larva of A. assama , placed in a Petri plate with 1X PBS. It shows features of a typical lepidopteron silk gland with three distinct regions: ASG (Anterior Silk Gland), MSG (Middle Silk Gland), and PSG (Posterior Silk Gland). ( D ) Fluorescent micrographs of portions of ASG, MSG and PSG of II instar larval silk gland showing stacks of paired glandular epithelial cells (DAPI stained) that makeup the cross-sectional circumference of silk gland.

    Article Snippet: The silkglands were gently rinsed in 1X PBS (Phosphate-Buffered Saline, 0.1 M Na2 HPO4 , pH=7.0, 0.15 M NaCl) prepared with DEPC-treated water (Ambion) and were carefully dissected for their posterior silk gland regions, discarding the tissue junctions.

    Techniques: Staining

    Alternating the media 10 mM Tris-HCl and 1× PBS buffer for three consecutive runs. ( A ) Shows the minimum shift when exchanging the media. ( B ) Illustrates the changes in amplitude and its phase at a frequency of 251 Hz, when exchanging the media. Comparing the signals, when plotted in the same graph, reveals that the read-out systems detected the media exchange simultaneously, without influencing each other ( C ).

    Journal: Sensors (Basel, Switzerland)

    Article Title: Combining Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Surface Plasmon Resonance into one Simultaneous Read-Out System for the Detection of Surface Interactions

    doi: 10.3390/s131114650

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Alternating the media 10 mM Tris-HCl and 1× PBS buffer for three consecutive runs. ( A ) Shows the minimum shift when exchanging the media. ( B ) Illustrates the changes in amplitude and its phase at a frequency of 251 Hz, when exchanging the media. Comparing the signals, when plotted in the same graph, reveals that the read-out systems detected the media exchange simultaneously, without influencing each other ( C ).

    Article Snippet: Proof of Principle To assess the working principle of the combined unit, the reaction chamber of the PDMS flow-cell was filled sequentially with 10 mM Tris-HCl (Carl Roth, Karlsruhe, Germany) and 1× PBS buffer (pH 7.4; GIBCO Life Technologies GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany).

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    The implementation of size-exclusion chromatography to remove Optiprep remnants from EV samples. ( a ) Optiprep density gradients were loaded with PBS to obtain blank EV-density fractions (F1) and with CCM to obtain EV-containing fractions (F2). EVs were retrieved by pelleting at 100,000 g (P1) or by size-exclusion chromatography (S1). Quantity of Optiprep in S1 and P1 was calculated using DC Protein assay. SEC was performed on F2 and consecutive SEC fractions (S2) were analyzed by NTA and protein analysis for GFP and CD9. ( b ) Comparative graph of NTA from S2 (connected line, marked area = SD) and Optiprep quantification of S1 (three differently colored bars representing three independent gradients, SD indicated). ( c ) Protein analysis of S2 by Western blot analysis for GFP and CD9 quantification by TRIFic CD9 assay. Original immunostaining results are shown in Supplementary Fig. 10 . Abbreviations: PBS: phosphate buffered saline. CCM: concentrated conditioned medium. GFP: green fluorescent protein. EV: extracellular vesicle. WB: Western blot. NTA: Nanoparticle tracking analysis. SEC: size-exclusion chromatography.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Confounding factors of ultrafiltration and protein analysis in extracellular vesicle research

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-02599-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: The implementation of size-exclusion chromatography to remove Optiprep remnants from EV samples. ( a ) Optiprep density gradients were loaded with PBS to obtain blank EV-density fractions (F1) and with CCM to obtain EV-containing fractions (F2). EVs were retrieved by pelleting at 100,000 g (P1) or by size-exclusion chromatography (S1). Quantity of Optiprep in S1 and P1 was calculated using DC Protein assay. SEC was performed on F2 and consecutive SEC fractions (S2) were analyzed by NTA and protein analysis for GFP and CD9. ( b ) Comparative graph of NTA from S2 (connected line, marked area = SD) and Optiprep quantification of S1 (three differently colored bars representing three independent gradients, SD indicated). ( c ) Protein analysis of S2 by Western blot analysis for GFP and CD9 quantification by TRIFic CD9 assay. Original immunostaining results are shown in Supplementary Fig. 10 . Abbreviations: PBS: phosphate buffered saline. CCM: concentrated conditioned medium. GFP: green fluorescent protein. EV: extracellular vesicle. WB: Western blot. NTA: Nanoparticle tracking analysis. SEC: size-exclusion chromatography.

    Article Snippet: A dilution series of 0 to 10% of Optiprep in PBS was obtained as a standard curve for performing absorbance readings with DC Protein assay (Bio-Rad, Hercules, California, USA), according to manufacturer’s instructions.

    Techniques: Size-exclusion Chromatography, DC Protein Assay, Western Blot, Immunostaining

    High-sensitivity flow-cytometry analysis of fractionated IDG revealed the peculiar enrichment of EVs in the 12,000 g pellet. (a) A pool of all the IDG fractions was labelled with deep red CellTracker fluorescent dye and the gates set for fluorescent EV (green) detection, compared with unlabelled EVs (Red) and CellTracker in PBS-loaded (empty) IDG fractions (PBS, Blue). (b–c) Each IDG fraction of the 12,000 g (b) and 35,000 g (c) was labelled and analysed for the presence of esterase-positive EVs. Results are expressed as a count of events (mean ± SD; n = 3). (d) After setting the gates for size, using beads of known diameter, we analysed the CellTracker positive population in each fraction to determine the approximate size of the observed events. (e–f) Representative results obtained for IDG fractions F7 and F8 from 12,000 g (e) and 35,000 g (f) EVs are displayed. A green colour represents CellTracker positive events. The associated quantification results are available as Supplementary File 5.

    Journal: Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

    Article Title: A subset of extracellular vesicles carries the bulk of microRNAs in commercial dairy cow’s milk

    doi: 10.1080/20013078.2017.1401897

    Figure Lengend Snippet: High-sensitivity flow-cytometry analysis of fractionated IDG revealed the peculiar enrichment of EVs in the 12,000 g pellet. (a) A pool of all the IDG fractions was labelled with deep red CellTracker fluorescent dye and the gates set for fluorescent EV (green) detection, compared with unlabelled EVs (Red) and CellTracker in PBS-loaded (empty) IDG fractions (PBS, Blue). (b–c) Each IDG fraction of the 12,000 g (b) and 35,000 g (c) was labelled and analysed for the presence of esterase-positive EVs. Results are expressed as a count of events (mean ± SD; n = 3). (d) After setting the gates for size, using beads of known diameter, we analysed the CellTracker positive population in each fraction to determine the approximate size of the observed events. (e–f) Representative results obtained for IDG fractions F7 and F8 from 12,000 g (e) and 35,000 g (f) EVs are displayed. A green colour represents CellTracker positive events. The associated quantification results are available as Supplementary File 5.

    Article Snippet: To this end, 2 µL of each IDG fraction was diluted in 98 µL of 0.2 µm filtered sterile PBS (Gibco, ThermoFisher scientific) containing the fluorescent CellTracker™ deep red dye [ ] (C34565; Life Technologies, ThermoFisher Scientific) at a final concentration of 1 µM, for 20 min at 37°C, in the dark, following the manufacturer’s recommendations.

    Techniques: Flow Cytometry, Cytometry

    Enzymatic N -sulfation and chemical acetylation of hexasaccharides. Reagents and conditions: a) 1. AG 50W-X8 resin (pyridinium form); 2. DMSO/H 2 O (95:5), 60% for 23 , 80% for 24 , 72% for 25 ; b) PAPS, NST, MES (50 mM, pH 7.1); c) AcOSu, PBS (pH 7.4), 65% for 29 , 45% for 30 , 100% for 31 .

    Journal: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English)

    Article Title: Controlled Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of Heparan Sulfate Oligosaccharides

    doi: 10.1002/anie.201800387

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Enzymatic N -sulfation and chemical acetylation of hexasaccharides. Reagents and conditions: a) 1. AG 50W-X8 resin (pyridinium form); 2. DMSO/H 2 O (95:5), 60% for 23 , 80% for 24 , 72% for 25 ; b) PAPS, NST, MES (50 mM, pH 7.1); c) AcOSu, PBS (pH 7.4), 65% for 29 , 45% for 30 , 100% for 31 .

    Article Snippet: The compounds 26 – 28 were chemically N-acetylated with N -acetyl succinimide (AcOSu) in PBS buffer to give 29 – 31 , respectively, after purification by BioRad P4 size exclusion column chromatography.

    Techniques: Papanicolaou Stain