Roswell Park Memorial Institute medium is commonly referred as RPMI. It is a form of medium used in cell culture and tissue culture. This medium contains phosphate and is formulated for use in a 5% carbon dioxide atmosphere. RPMI 1640 is used for the serum-free expansion of human lymphoid cells.
RPMI 1640 Vitamins Solution (100×) is used as a supplement in cell culture media.
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Journal of bacteriology, 189(18), 6521-6531 (2007-07-10)
Streptococcus mutans, the principal causative agent of dental caries, produces four glucan-binding proteins (Gbp) that play major roles in bacterial adherence and pathogenesis. One of these proteins, GbpC, is an important cell surface protein involved in biofilm formation. GbpC is
Journal of structural biology, 177(1), 128-134 (2011-11-19)
A versatile methodology for electron microscopy (EM) grid preparation enabling total content sample analysis is presented. A microfluidic-dialysis conditioning module to desalt or mix samples with negative stain solution is used, combined with a robotic writing table to micro-pattern the
Journal of structural biology, 183(3), 467-473 (2013-07-03)
The stochastic nature of biological systems makes the study of individual cells a necessity in systems biology. Yet, handling and disruption of single cells and the analysis of the relatively low concentrations of their protein components still challenges available techniques.
Administration of N-carbamylglutamate (NCG), an analogue of endogenous N-acetyl-glutamate (an activator of arginine synthesis) has been shown to enhance neonatal growth by increasing circulating arginine levels. However, the effect of NCG on pregnancy remains unknown. This study examined the effects
Leishmania species are sand fly-transmitted protozoan parasites that cause leishmaniasis, neglected tropical diseases that affect millions of people. Leishmania amastigotes must overcome a variety of host defenses, including reactive oxygen species (ROS) produced by the NADPH oxidase. Leishmania species encode