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Sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis analysis indicated that the target protein was insoluble and mainly expressed in the form of inclusion bodies.
The folded inclusion bodies were purified by FPLC based resource Q column equilibrated with 5 column volumes of dialysis buffer.
Method for increasing the yield of properly folded recombinant human gamma interferon from inclusion bodies.
The inclusion bodies have been reported to stain best with Masson trichrome and appear bright red against a blue background (Figure 5).
The changes observed during histopathology of livers of birds in other group included the presence of intra-nuclear inclusion bodies, degenerative changes, infiltration of heterophils, lymphocytes necrosis and atrophy.
In addition to the epidermal lesions, microscopic analysis of the lesion tissue from squirrel 15-034 revealed eosinophilic intracyto plasmic inclusion bodies consistent with those seen in squirrel pox infection (Fig.
System design information sharing at national and international levels, and inclusion bodies responsible for the fight against cyber threats, cyber-terrorism and cyber-crime in this system on the basis of existing or newly defined competencies (National Cyber ?
Protein Aggregation in Bacteria: Functional and Structural Properties of Inclusion Bodies in Bacterial Cells
At the present time, it is currently unclear why hepatocytes, as contrasted with other cell types, are endowed with such a relative ability to accumulate inclusion bodies.
Langerhans cells have cytoplasmic inclusion bodies known as Birbeck granules; a definitive diagnosis requires electron microscopy of Birbeck granules or CD 1 antigenic determinants by immunohistochemistry.
Histopathological examination of the lesion showed typical epithelial hyperplasia and intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies that were consistent with MC.