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A Novel Organs-On-Chip Platform

Vanderbilt researchers have created a new multi-organs-on-chip platform that comprises Perfusion Control systems, MicroFormulators, and MicroClinical Analyzers connected via fluidic networks. The real-time combination of multiple different solutions to create customized perfusion media and the analysis of the effluents from each well are both controlled by the intelligent use of a computer-operated system of pumps and valves. This permits, for the first time, a compact, low-cost system for creating a time-dependent drug dosage profile in a tissue system inside each well.


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Ashok Choudhury

615.322.2503

Anti-c-MYC Phospho-T244 Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody

Phosphorylation of c-MYC at this site promotes protein turnover.


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Jody Hankins

615.322.5907
Research Tools
Antibody
Oncology

Anti-Insulin Transgenic Mice for the Study of B cells in Type I Diabetes

Two mouse models produce anti-insulin antibodies with enhanced insulin binding capacity, and hence model accelerated TID disease progression. A third mouse model features altered VDJ sequence in the immunoglobulin heavy chain (VH281 Tg line) which produces the non-insulin binding  mutant version of the anti-insulin antibody mAB 125, which models reduced disease progression and severity. Hence these mice can be very useful tools in investigating TID disease mechanism as well as potential therapeutics.


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Jody Hankins

615.322.5907

Inventors

James Thomas
Research Tools
Animal Model

Marker Enrichment Modeling (MEM) Software for Automated Cell Population Characterization and Identification in Complex Tissue Microenvironments

Marker enrichment modeling (MEM) provides a crucial missing piece for true machine learning analysis of cell identities and phenotypes in complex tissue microenvironments, including human immune disorders and cancer.


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Masood Machingal

615.343.3548

MemoryMonitor: An real time neuroscientific learning monitor that knows whether you will later remember something you see

We all wish that we could know if we were going to later remember something, the moment that new information enters our brain. For example, if we could predict whether our children would later remember a vocabulary word, then we could have them spend more time on the words they will not remember. A group of neuroscientists at Vanderbilt University has developed a way of measuring and analyzing brain activity that achieves this goal of predicting later memory as we study and view new information. The procedure involves measuring brainwaves from just two electrodes on the head as people view pictures, words, or virtually any kind of information that a person hopes to remember later.


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Masood Machingal

615.343.3548

Anti-Armadillo Repeat Gene Deleted in Velo-cardiofacial Syndrome Monoclonal Antibody

This research targets ARVCF.


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Karen Rufus

615.322.4295

Inventors

Albert Reynolds
Research Tools
Antibody

Anti-Clostridium Difficile Toxin A (c-terminal) Mouse Monoclonal Antibody

This antibody binds to the delivery domain of Clostridium difficile Toxin A.


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Jody Hankins

615.322.5907
Research Tools
Antibody
Infectious Disease

Anti-human Myeloid Cell Nuclear Differentiation Monoclonal Antibody

The antibody is a rat IgG1 monoclonal, clone 3C1.


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Jody Hankins

615.322.5907
Research Tools
Antibody
Inflammatory/Immune

Anti-p19 ARF Antibody

This research targets ARG(p19).


Licensing Contact

Mike Villalobos

615.322.6751

Inventors

Stephen Hann
Research Tools
Antibody
Oncology

B53 CHO Cell Line with Inducible VDJ Recombinase Expression

This research targets VDJ recombinase.


Licensing Contact

Karen Rufus

615.322.4295

Inventors

Eugene Oltz
Research Tools
Cell Line
Oncology Research Reagent