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2008-04-01

Fig 2B. Sagittal for Patient 1.

Fig 2B. Sagittal for Patient 1.
  • Puri DR, Tereffe W, Yahalom J

  • Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys.2008 Jan 28 [Epub ahead of print]

2008-04-02

Fig 4 Left. Interstitial pneumonia with lymphocytic infiltration associated with intraluminal proliferation.

Fig 4 Left. Interstitial pneumonia with lymphocytic infiltration associated with intraluminal proliferation.
  • Bishay A, Amchentsev A, Saleh A, Patel N, Travis W, Raoof S

  • Chest.2008 Feb;133(2):549-51.

2008-04-03

Fig 1B. Modeling cell mechanics as an energy minimization problem; Schematic of a hypothetical energy landscape representing varying combinations of two parameters.

Fig 1B. Modeling cell mechanics as an energy minimization problem; Schematic of a hypothetical energy landscape representing varying combinations of two parameters.
  • Fernandez-Gonzalez R, Zallen JA

  • Curr Biol.2008 Feb 26;18(4):R163-5.

2008-04-04

Fig 3A. Data from AJ SNPs; The number of SNPs with a positive DA value (excess homozygotes) is graphed above the zero line in each graph. The number of SNPs with a negative DA value is graphed below the zero line in each graph.

Fig 3A. Data from AJ SNPs; The number of SNPs with a positive DA value (excess homozygotes) is graphed above the zero line in each graph. The number of SNPs with a negative DA value is graphed below the zero line in each graph.
  • Olshen AB, Gold B, Lohmueller KE, Struewing JP, Satagopan J, Stefanov SA, Eskin E, Kirchhoff T, Lautenberger JA, Klein RJ, Friedman E, Norton L, Ellis NA, Viale A, Lee CS, Borgen PI, Clark AG, Offit K, Boyd J

  • BMC Genet.2008 Feb 5;9:14.

2008-04-07

Fig 1F. PGCs, HSCs, and blood progenitors in the zebrafish at not, vert, similar24ñ28 hours postfertilization.

Fig 1F. PGCs, HSCs, and blood progenitors in the zebrafish at not, vert, similar24ñ28 hours postfertilization.
  • Laird DJ, von Andrian UH, Wagers AJ

  • Cell.2008 Feb 22;132(4):612-30.

2008-04-08

Fig 3. Coronal CT, PET, and integrated PET/CT in 64-year-old man with epithelial malignant pleural mesothelioma show diffuse uptake of [18F]-fluoro-2-deoxy-d-glucose in primary right pleural tumor (SUV 11.6) and focus of increased uptake in 1.5 cm left gastric lymph node (arrow).

Fig 3. Coronal CT, PET, and integrated PET/CT in 64-year-old man with epithelial malignant pleural mesothelioma show diffuse uptake of [18F]-fluoro-2-deoxy-d-glucose in primary right pleural tumor (SUV 11.6) and focus of increased uptake in 1.5 cm left gastric lymph node (arrow).
  • Armato SG 3rd, Entwisle J, Truong MT, Nowak AK, Ceresoli GL, Zhao B, Misri R, Kindler HL

  • Lung Cancer.2008 Mar;59(3):411-20.

2008-04-09

Fig 3A. In wild-type cells, the NHEJ apparatus is assembled at the DSB via contacts between the Ku homodimer (which encircles the DNA as a toroidal clamp) and the POL domain of LigD.

Fig 3A. In wild-type cells, the NHEJ apparatus is assembled at the DSB via contacts between the Ku homodimer (which encircles the DNA as a toroidal clamp) and the POL domain of LigD.
  • Aniukwu J, Glickman MS, Shuman S

  • Genes Dev.2008 Feb 15;22(4):512-27.

2008-04-10

Fig 2 Bottom. The case was adjudicated as atypical endometrial cells and surgical follow-up revealed an endometrial adenocarcinoma of endometrioid type.

Fig 2 Bottom. The case was adjudicated as atypical endometrial cells and surgical follow-up revealed an endometrial adenocarcinoma of endometrioid type.
  • Friedlander MA, Rudomina D, Lin O

  • Cancer.2008 Feb 25;114(1):7-12.

2008-04-11

Fig 2. Central plane view of two-dimensional brachytherapy implant dosimetric plan.

Fig 2. Central plane view of two-dimensional brachytherapy implant dosimetric plan.
  • Arthur DW, Winter K, Kuske RR, Bolton J, Rabinovitch R, White J, Hanson WF, Wilenzick RM, McCormick B

  • Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys.2008 Mar 4 [Epub ahead of print]

2008-04-14

Fig 4B. After two 5-mg doses of melphalan.

Fig 4B. After two 5-mg doses of melphalan.
  • Abramson DH, Dunkel IJ, Brodie SE, Kim JW, Gobin YP

  • Ophthalmology.2008 Mar 13 [Epub ahead of print]

2008-04-15

Fig 2. Niche-to-niche migration of BM and tumor cells.

Fig 2. Niche-to-niche migration of BM and tumor cells.
  • Wels J, Kaplan RN, Rafii S, Lyden D

  • Genes Dev.2008 Mar 1;22(5):559-74.

2008-04-16

Fig 1. MicroRNAs mediate gene regulation through multiple mechanisms.

Fig 1. MicroRNAs mediate gene regulation through multiple mechanisms.
  • Liu J

  • Curr Opin Cell Biol. 2008 Apr;20(2):214-21.

2008-04-17

Fig 2. miR-279 is expressed in precursor cells in the developing MP.

Fig 2. miR-279 is expressed in precursor cells in the developing MP.
  • Cayirlioglu P, Kadow IG, Zhan X, Okamura K, Suh GS, Gunning D, Lai EC, Zipursky SL

  • Science.2008 Feb 29;319(5867):1256-60.

2008-04-21

Fig 1A. Hypoxia in microscopic HT29.

Fig 1A. Hypoxia in microscopic HT29.
  • Li XF, O'Donoghue JA

  • Cancer Lett.2008 Mar 31 [Epub ahead of print]

2008-04-22

Fig 2. The steps involved in the process of gene correction of the mouse model of sickle cell anemia using induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells.

Fig 2. The steps involved in the process of gene correction of the mouse model of sickle cell anemia using induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells.
  • Moi P, Sadelain M

  • Haematologica. 2008 Mar;93(3):325-30.

2008-04-23

Fig 1B. Antp immunodetection in (i) wild-type and (ii) brm2/pont wing discs.

Fig 1B. Antp immunodetection in (i) wild-type and (ii) brm2/pont wing discs.
  • Diop SB, Bertaux K, Vasanthi D, Sarkeshik A, Goirand B, Aragnol D, Tolwinski NS, Cole MD, Pradel J, Yates JR III, Mishra RK, Graba Y, Saurin AJ

  • EMBO Rep.2008 Mar;9(3):260-6.

2008-04-24

Fig 1. Multifaceted Role of MMP-9 in Supporting Mobilization and Recruitment of Bone Marrow-Derived Cells in Tumor Vasculogenesis and Neoangiogenesis.

Fig 1. Multifaceted Role of MMP-9 in Supporting Mobilization and Recruitment of Bone Marrow-Derived Cells in Tumor Vasculogenesis and Neoangiogenesis.
  • Seandel M, Butler J, Lyden D, Rafii S

  • Cancer Cell.2008 Mar;13(3):181-3.

2008-04-28

Fig  1. Typical high-grade serous carcinoma with a papillary pattern and high nuclear grade.

Fig 1. Typical high-grade serous carcinoma with a papillary pattern and high nuclear grade.
  • Robert A. Soslow

  • Int J Gynecol Pathol.2008 Apr;27(2):161-74.

2008-04-29

Fig 3. Unrooted tree diagramming the relationship between the density-estimated Ramachandran distributions of the four secondary structure classes H (helix), E (sheet), C (coil), and T (turn).

Fig 3. Unrooted tree diagramming the relationship between the density-estimated Ramachandran distributions of the four secondary structure classes H (helix), E (sheet), C (coil), and T (turn).
  • Clark J, Attard G, Jhavar S, Flohr P, Reid A, De-Bono J, Eeles R, Scardino P, Cuzick J, Fisher G, Parker MD, Foster CS, Berney D, Kovacs G, Cooper CS

  • J Mol Biol.2008 Feb 29 [Epub ahead of print]

2008-04-30

Fig 5. The left panel shows an H&E section of the TURP chips embedded in a paraffin block.

Fig 5. The left panel shows an H&E section of the TURP chips embedded in a paraffin block.
  • Dahl DB, Bohannan Z, Mo Q, Vannucci M, Tsai J

  • Oncogene.2008 Mar 27;27(14):1993-2003.

2008-05-01

Fig 1A. Tertiary structures of cellular and poxvirus cap methyltransferases and a model of the Michaelis complex of the vaccinia virus enzyme.

Fig 1A. Tertiary structures of cellular and poxvirus cap methyltransferases and a model of the Michaelis complex of the vaccinia virus enzyme.
  • Zheng S, Shuman S

  • RNA.2008 Apr;14(4):696-705.

2008-05-02

Fig 1. Osteoid osteoma ñ AP radiograph of the right foot demonstrates sclerosis of the proximal phalanx of the second toe.

Fig 1. Osteoid osteoma ñ AP radiograph of the right foot demonstrates sclerosis of the proximal phalanx of the second toe.
  • James SL, Panicek DM, Davies AM

  • Eur J Radiol.2008 Mar 19 [Epub ahead of print]

2008-05-05

Fig 1C-H. Benign spindle-cell GISTs (Case 20 and Case 3) with KIT exon 13 (c) and KIT exon 17 (d) mutations. Malignant spindle-cell GISTs (Case 10 and Case 6) with KIT exon 13 (e) and exon 17 (f) mutations. Malignant epithelioid GISTs (Case 14 and Case 12) with KIT exon 13 (g) and KIT exon 17 (h) mutations.

Fig 1C-H. Benign spindle-cell GISTs (Case 20 and Case 3) with KIT exon 13 (c) and KIT exon 17 (d) mutations. Malignant spindle-cell GISTs (Case 10 and Case 6) with KIT exon 13 (e) and exon 17 (f) mutations. Malignant epithelioid GISTs (Case 14 and Case 12) with KIT exon 13 (g) and KIT exon 17 (h) mutations.
  • Lasota J, Corless CL, Heinrich MC, Debiec-Rychter M, Sciot R, Wardelmann E, Merkelbach-Bruse S, Schildhaus HU, Steigen SE, Stachura J, Wozniak A, Antonescu C, Daum O, Martin J, Del Muro JG, Miettinen M

  • Mod Pathol. 2008 Apr;21(4):476-84.

2008-05-06

Fig 1. Geographical distribution of GOG study sites at which GOG-199 was open to enrollment.

Fig 1. Geographical distribution of GOG study sites at which GOG-199 was open to enrollment.
  • Greene MH, Piedmonte M, Alberts D, Gail M, Hensley M, Miner Z, Mai PL, Loud J, Rodriguez G, Basil J, Boggess J, Schwartz PE, Kelley JL, Wakeley KE, Minasian L, Skates S

  • Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev.2008 Mar;17(3):594-604.

2008-05-07

Fig 1F-K. RNA in situ hybridization assays in whole mount at the stages indicated, using a mouse Spry2 probe.

Fig 1F-K. RNA in situ hybridization assays in whole mount at the stages indicated, using a mouse Spry2 probe.
  • Basson MA, Echevarria D, Ahn CP, Sudarov A, Joyner AL, Mason IJ, Martinez S, Martin GR

  • Development. 2008 Mar;135(5):889-98.

2008-05-09

Fig 1. Prostate cancer clinical-states model, a framework for patient management and drug development.

Fig 1. Prostate cancer clinical-states model, a framework for patient management and drug development.
  • Scher HI, Halabi S, Tannock I, Morris M, Sternberg CN, Carducci MA, Eisenberger MA, Higano C, Bubley GJ, Dreicer R, Petrylak D, Kantoff P, Basch E, Kelly WK, Figg WD, Small EJ, Beer TM, Wilding G, Martin A, Hussain M; Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Working Group

  • J Clin Oncol.2008 Mar 1;26(7):1148-59.

2008-05-12

Fig 2A-D. Zip4h expression in testis sections.

Fig 2A-D. Zip4h expression in testis sections.
  • Adelman CA, Petrini JH

  • PLoS Genet.2008 Mar 28;4(3):e1000042.

2008-05-13

Fig 2. Biomarkers in the PI(3)KñPTENñmTOR pathway.

Fig 2. Biomarkers in the PI(3)KñPTENñmTOR pathway.
  • Charles L. Sawyers

  • Nature.2008 Apr 3;452(7187):548-52.

2008-05-14

Fig 6. A model depicting the relationship of Fos, Jun, and selected kinase signaling pathways to cancer progression in the context of loss of function of Nkx3.1 and Pten.

Fig 6. A model depicting the relationship of Fos, Jun, and selected kinase signaling pathways to cancer progression in the context of loss of function of Nkx3.1 and Pten.
  • Ouyang X, Jessen WJ, Al-Ahmadie H, Serio AM, Lin Y, Shih WJ, Reuter VE, Scardino PT, Shen MM, Aronow BJ, Vickers AJ, Gerald WL, Abate-Shen C

  • Cancer Res.2008 Apr 1;68(7):2132-44.

2008-05-15

Fig 1A. Lethally irradiated BALB/c mice were transplanted with syngeneic purified HS cells (or lin- bone marrow cells); control mice received HS cells only, the treatment group received additional T-cell precursors generated in OP9-DL1 cocultures.

Fig 1A. Lethally irradiated BALB/c mice were transplanted with syngeneic purified HS cells (or lin- bone marrow cells); control mice received HS cells only, the treatment group received additional T-cell precursors generated in OP9-DL1 cocultures.
  • Zakrzewski JL, Suh D, Markley JC, Smith OM, King C, Goldberg GL, Jenq R, Holland AM, Grubin J, Cabrera-Perez J, Brentjens RJ, Lu SX, Rizzuto G, Sant'Angelo DB, Riviere I, Sadelain M, Heller G, Z˙Òiga-Pfl¸cker JC, Lu C, van den Brink MR

  • Nat Biotechnol.2008 Apr;26(4):453-61.

2008-05-16

Fig 1C. Naevus with homogeneous pattern which lacks network and globules.

Fig 1C. Naevus with homogeneous pattern which lacks network and globules.
  • Scope A, Marghoob AA, Dusza SW, Satagopan JM, Agero AL, Benvenuto-Andrade C, Lieb JA, Weinstock MA, Oliveria SA, Geller AC, Halpern AC

  • Br J Dermatol.2008 May;158(5):1041-9.

2008-05-19

Fig 3. Striking EGFR protein up-regulation in metastases of MBC10.

Fig 3. Striking EGFR protein up-regulation in metastases of MBC10.
  • Wu JM, Fackler MJ, Halushka MK, Molavi DW, Taylor ME, Teo WW, Griffin C, Fetting J, Davidson NE, De Marzo AM, Hicks JL, Chitale D, Ladanyi M, Sukumar S, Argani P

  • Clin Cancer Res.2008 Apr 1;14(7):1938-46.

2008-05-20

Fig 2. Proposed synthesis of C2 oxygenated bridged pyrrolizidine core of the stemofoline alkaloids via inter- or intramolecular dipolar azomethine ylide cycloaddition.

Fig 2. Proposed synthesis of C2 oxygenated bridged pyrrolizidine core of the stemofoline alkaloids via inter- or intramolecular dipolar azomethine ylide cycloaddition.
  • Carra RJ, Epperson MT, Gin DY

  • Tetrahedron.2008 Apr 21;64(17):3629-3641.

2008-05-21

Fig 4B. Schematic representation of gene lists.

Fig 4B. Schematic representation of gene lists.
  • Matushansky I, Hernando E, Socci ND, Matos T, Mills J, Edgar MA, Schwartz GK, Singer S, Cordon-Cardo C, Maki RG

  • Am J Pathol.2008 Apr;172(4):1069-80.

2008-05-22

Fig 6A. HUVEC monolayers were grown to confluence on fibronectin-coated slides and then treated for 24 hr with rhAngptl4.

Fig 6A. HUVEC monolayers were grown to confluence on fibronectin-coated slides and then treated for 24 hr with rhAngptl4.
  • Padua D, Zhang XH, Wang Q,

  • Cell.2008 Apr 4;133(1):66-77.

2008-05-23

Fig 3D. 55-year-old man with newly diagnosed colorectal cancer. Fusion axial PET/CT (D) images from 18F-FDG PET/CT show increased FDG activity within numerous hepatic metastatic lesions (white arrow). Focus of increased activity deep in relation to left latissimus dorsi muscle within fatty-appearing lesion (black arrow) suggests hibernoma.

Fig 3D. 55-year-old man with newly diagnosed colorectal cancer. Fusion axial PET/CT (D) images from 18F-FDG PET/CT show increased FDG activity within numerous hepatic metastatic lesions (white arrow). Focus of increased activity deep in relation to left latissimus dorsi muscle within fatty-appearing lesion (black arrow) suggests hibernoma.
  • Smith CS, Teruya-Feldstein J, Caravelli JF, Yeung HW

  • AJR Am J Roentgenol.2008 Apr;190(4):1091-6.

2008-05-27

Fig 6A. Accumulation of OT-I T cells in the liver was dependent on the antigen presentation capacity of cDCs.

Fig 6A. Accumulation of OT-I T cells in the liver was dependent on the antigen presentation capacity of cDCs.
  • Plitas G, Burt BM, Stableford JA, Nguyen HM, Welles AP, DeMatteo RP

  • Hepatology.2008 Apr;47(4):1343-51.

2008-05-28

Fig 4. In vivo imaging of transgene activity provides an index of biological enzyme function.

Fig 4. In vivo imaging of transgene activity provides an index of biological enzyme function.
  • Gade TP, Koutcher JA, Spees WM, Beattie BJ, Ponomarev V, Doubrovin M, Buchanan IM, Beresten T, Zakian KL, Le HC, Tong WP, Mayer-Kuckuk P, Blasberg RG, Gelovani JG

  • Cancer Res.2008 Apr 15;68(8):2878-84.

2008-05-29

Fig 1. Instruments used in the Marian (greater) operation.

Fig 1. Instruments used in the Marian (greater) operation.
  • Harry W. Herr

  • BJU Int.2008 May;101(10):1214-6.

2008-05-30

Fig 1. Dermoscopic images used for patient evaluation.

Fig 1. Dermoscopic images used for patient evaluation.
  • Friedman RJ, Gutkowicz-Krusin D, Farber MJ, Warycha M, Schneider-Kels L, Papastathis N, Mihm MC Jr, Googe P, King R, Prieto VG, Kopf AW, Polsky D, Rabinovitz H, Oliviero M, Cognetta A, Rigel DS, Marghoob A, Rivers J, Johr R, Grant-Kels JM, Tsao H

  • Arch Dermatol.2008 Apr;144(4):476-82.

2008-06-02

Fig 1. Calculating the Cancer Linker Degree (CLD) of a protein.

Fig 1. Calculating the Cancer Linker Degree (CLD) of a protein.
  • Aragues R, Sander C, Oliva B

  • BMC Bioinformatics.2008 Mar 27;9:172.

2008-06-03

Fig 1A. Cartoon surface representations of BF ternary structure.

Fig 1A. Cartoon surface representations of BF ternary structure.
  • Broyde S, Wang L, Rechkoblit O, Geacintov NE, Patel DJ

  • Trends Biochem Sci.2008 May;33(5):209-19.

2008-06-04

Fig 6. Long-term (9 month) follow-up after no revisions. Note good contour and hypertrophic scarring.

Fig 6. Long-term (9 month) follow-up after no revisions. Note good contour and hypertrophic scarring.
  • Mehrara BJ, Abood AA, Disa JJ, Pusic AL, Halvorson E, Cordeiro PG, Athanasian EA

  • Plast Reconstr Surg.2008 Apr;121(4):1279-87.

2008-06-05

Fig 3. TLE1 shows high sensitivity and specificity in SYT-SSX- positive synovial sarcomas, as tested on tissue microarrays. Inset: Strong nuclear labeling with anti-TLE1 antibody (Santa Cruz, polyclonal rabbit; M-101) 20.

Fig 3. TLE1 shows high sensitivity and specificity in SYT-SSX- positive synovial sarcomas, as tested on tissue microarrays. Inset: Strong nuclear labeling with anti-TLE1 antibody (Santa Cruz, polyclonal rabbit; M-101) 20.
  • Cristina Antonescu

  • Ultrastruct Pathol.2008 Mar-Apr;32(2):37-42.

2008-06-06

Fig 2A. IL-10 controls T cell tolerance at the interface between the innate and the adaptive immune systems.

Fig 2A. IL-10 controls T cell tolerance at the interface between the innate and the adaptive immune systems.
  • Li MO, Flavell RA

  • Immunity2008 Apr;28(4):468-476.

2008-06-09

Fig 1D. Chromogranin positivity in spindle tumor cells indicating their identity as chromaffin cells.

Fig 1D. Chromogranin positivity in spindle tumor cells indicating their identity as chromaffin cells.
  • Strong VE, Kennedy T, Al-Ahmadie H, Tang L, Coleman J, Fong Y, Brennan M, Ghossein RA

  • Surgery.Article in Press, Corrected Proof

2008-06-10

Fig 7A. Native structure of 4-HBCRox showing the ligation pattern of Mo.

Fig 7A. Native structure of 4-HBCRox showing the ligation pattern of Mo.
  • Johannes J, Unciuleac MC, Friedrich T, Warkentin E, Ermler U, Boll M

  • Biochemistry.2008 Apr 29;47(17):4964-72.

2008-06-11

Fig 1B.  Bone marrow cytospin from an ML Npm1+/ñ mouse showing blasts with intracytoplasmic vacuoles, high nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio, basophilic cytoplasm, and multiple nucleoli.

Fig 1B. Bone marrow cytospin from an ML Npm1+/ñ mouse showing blasts with intracytoplasmic vacuoles, high nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio, basophilic cytoplasm, and multiple nucleoli.
  • Sportoletti P, Grisendi S, Majid SM, Cheng K, Clohessy JG, Viale A, Teruya-Feldstein J, Pandolfi PP

  • Blood.2008 Apr 1;111(7):3859-62.

2008-06-12

Fig 1. Study enrollment.

Fig 1. Study enrollment.
  • Wakefield BJ, Bylund CL, Holman JE, Ray A, Scherubel M, Kienzle MG, Rosenthal GE

  • Patient Educ Couns.2008 May;71(2):285-92.

2008-06-13

Fig 3. GFAP expression in an extra-axial ependymoma.

Fig 3. GFAP expression in an extra-axial ependymoma.
  • Idowu MO, Rosenblum MK, Wei XJ, Edgar MA, Soslow RA

  • Am J Surg Pathol. 2008 May;32(5):710-8.

2008-06-16

Fig 2. Pie chart of known activating mutations in signaling molecules in lung adenocarcinoma.

Fig 2. Pie chart of known activating mutations in signaling molecules in lung adenocarcinoma.
  • Ladanyi M, Pao W

  • Mod Pathol. (2008)21, S16ñS22.

2008-06-17

Fig 3A. Endoscopic view of patient with Barrettís esophagus with high-grade dysplasia before endoscopic mucosal resection using the îband and snareî technique.

Fig 3A. Endoscopic view of patient with Barrettís esophagus with high-grade dysplasia before endoscopic mucosal resection using the îband and snareî technique.
  • Abrams JA, Fedi P, Vakiani E, Hatefi D, Remotti HE, Lightdale CJ

  • Endoscopy. 2008 May;40(5):395-9.

2008-06-18

Fig 1. Flow diagram of basic steps involved in preplanning, intraoperative (IO) planning, and dynamic IO planning.

Fig 1. Flow diagram of basic steps involved in preplanning, intraoperative (IO) planning, and dynamic IO planning.
  • Zaider M, Cohen G, Meli J, Rosenfeld AB

  • Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2008;71(1 Suppl):S152-6.

2008-06-19

Fig 7a. The HSA domains from yeast modifying complexes RSC (Sth1), SWI-SNF (Snf2), SWR1 (Swr1), NuA4 (Eaf1), INO80 (Ino80) and human SWI-SNF (BRG1) nucleate binding of their respective ARPñARP or ARPñactin members.

Fig 7a. The HSA domains from yeast modifying complexes RSC (Sth1), SWI-SNF (Snf2), SWR1 (Swr1), NuA4 (Eaf1), INO80 (Ino80) and human SWI-SNF (BRG1) nucleate binding of their respective ARPñARP or ARPñactin members.
  • Szerlong H, Hinata K, Viswanathan R, Erdjument-Bromage H, Tempst P, Cairns BR

  • Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2008 May;15(5):469-76.

2008-06-20

Fig 3b. Dual-color fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) on touch preparation sections with a centromeric probe for chromosome 7 (green) in combination with a c-Met-specific probe (red). DAPI (blue) was used as counterstain. Colon cancer with c-Met amplification detected by PCR-LDR, FISH analysis proves the gain in c-Met gene copy number.

Fig 3b. Dual-color fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) on touch preparation sections with a centromeric probe for chromosome 7 (green) in combination with a c-Met-specific probe (red). DAPI (blue) was used as counterstain. Colon cancer with c-Met amplification detected by PCR-LDR, FISH analysis proves the gain in c-Met gene copy number.
  • Zeng ZS, Weiser MR, Kuntz E, Chen CT, Khan SA, Forslund A, Nash GM, Gimbel M, Yamaguchi Y, Culliford AT 4th, D'Alessio M, Barany F, Paty PB

  • Cancer Lett. 2008 Jul 8;265(2):258-69.

2008-06-23

Fig 2a.  Effector functions of inflammatory monocytes. While most CCR2+ monocytes are not infected in vivo, monocytes in the peripheal circulation may become infected with L. monocytogenes and transport bacteria to the CNS.

Fig 2a. Effector functions of inflammatory monocytes. While most CCR2+ monocytes are not infected in vivo, monocytes in the peripheal circulation may become infected with L. monocytogenes and transport bacteria to the CNS.
  • Serbina NV, Jia T, Hohl TM, Pamer EG.

  • Annu Rev Immunol. 2008;26:421-52.

2008-06-24

Fig 2e. Active Notch Signaling Initiates Lineage Commitment of hESCs.  H9 cells stably transduced with parental or ICNER lentivector were cultured on Matrigel in the absence or presence of 4HT (200 nM) for 6 days.  In an independent experiment, 8 day treated cells were stained for Oct4 antibody.

Fig 2e. Active Notch Signaling Initiates Lineage Commitment of hESCs. H9 cells stably transduced with parental or ICNER lentivector were cultured on Matrigel in the absence or presence of 4HT (200 nM) for 6 days. In an independent experiment, 8 day treated cells were stained for Oct4 antibody.
  • Yu X, Zou J, Ye Z, Hammond H, Chen G, Tokunaga A, Mali P, Li YM, Civin C, Gaiano N, Cheng L.

  • Cell Stem Cell. 2008 May 8;2(5):461-71.

2008-06-25

Fig 9b. This figure shows the average dose maps for patients without toxicity.

Fig 9b. This figure shows the average dose maps for patients without toxicity.
  • Munbodh R, Jackson A, Bauer J, Schmidtlein CR, Zelefsky MJ

  • Med Phys. 2008 May;35(5):2137-50.

2008-06-26

Fig 6. Characteristic immunophenotype of mucinous IM-LMP neoplasms arising in association with mature teratomas.

Fig 6. Characteristic immunophenotype of mucinous IM-LMP neoplasms arising in association with mature teratomas.
  • McKenney JK, Soslow RA, Longacre TA

  • Am J Surg Pathol. 2008 May;32(5):645-55.

2008-06-27

Fig 1a. merm Mutant Phenotype and Characterization of the merm Allele.

Fig 1a. merm Mutant Phenotype and Characterization of the merm Allele.
  • Lupu F, Alves A, Anderson K, Doye V, Lacy E

  • Dev Cell. 2008 Jun;14(6):831-42.

2008-06-30

Fig 2e. Pathology in nonspecific interstitial pneumonia. Interstitial fibrosis with airspace enlargement.

Fig 2e. Pathology in nonspecific interstitial pneumonia. Interstitial fibrosis with airspace enlargement.
  • Travis WD, Hunninghake G, King TE Jr, Lynch DA, Colby TV, Galvin JR, Brown KK, Chung MP, Cordier JF, du Bois RM, Flaherty KR, Franks TJ, Hansell DM, Hartman TE, Kazerooni EA, Kim DS, Kitaichi M, Koyama T, Martinez FJ, Nagai S, Midthun DE, M¸ller NL, Nicholson AG, Raghu G, Selman M, Wells A

  • Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2008 Jun 15;177(12):1338-47.

2008-07-01

Fig 2a. Results of 2880 Compound Library Screen. Scale bar corresponds to 80 micrometer.

Fig 2a. Results of 2880 Compound Library Screen. Scale bar corresponds to 80 micrometer.
  • Desbordes SC, Placantonakis DG, Ciro A, Socci ND, Lee G, Djaballah H, Studer L

  • Cell Stem Cell.2008 Jun 5;2(6):602-12.