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GC CUNY Biology Apr 1
"Retinal progenitor cells release extracellular vesicles containing developmental transcription factors, microRNA and membrane proteins" by our Prof. Emerson
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Dominik Buschmann, PhD 16h
Tune in for Tom's Journal Club (troll-free, this time!) on Friday, April 3, at noon EDT! To get the invite for this gem and all figure installments, fill out survey here:
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Kenneth W Witwer 23h
When someone defaces our , we respond...with a , what else? Please share your email by survey to be contacted with info for each session. Thanks for your support!
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Gabriella Pocsfalvi Mar 31
After a break caused by -19, we are determined to bring back our Seminar Series on . I am sure you will enjoy our today of Cornelia M Keck from on Register here: . -MS
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LabWitwer Mar 28
Yep, here's the channel for the . Please subscribe! We will be updating weekly during the situation. Or join live at each Wednesday at noon EDT
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Christian Preußer Mar 29
After more than a decade, I finally move forward to face new challenges . Thanks to all my former colleagues. Although the current situation is dampening the mood, I am still very lucky and excited to lift up my understandig on 🤗
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CIC bioGUNE Mar 30
Webinar: Decoding Intercellular Communication via Hepatocyte-Secreted Extracellular Vesicles 📆 Tuesday, April 21, 2020 - 10 a.m 🗣️ Félix Royo, PhD 🔗
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Frontiers Neurosci Mar 30
New Research: CNS-Derived Blood Exosomes as a Promising Source of Biomarkers: Opportunities and Challenges: Eukaryotic cells release different types of extracellular vesicles (EVs) including exosomes, ectosomes, and…
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Taylor & Francis Medicine and Health Mar 31
is seeking applications for Associate Editors for the Journal of Extracellular . Find out about this prestigious position here.
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exRNA Mar 31
We're collecting online education resources for the and research communities at . Please tell us about upcoming events! Thanks so far to
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Frontiers CellDevBio Mar 31
New Research: Extracellular Vesicles Derived Human-miRNAs Modulate the Immune System in Type 1 Diabetes: Extracellular vesicles with their molecular cargo can modulate target cell response and may affect the pathogenesis of diseases. The…
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Matt Kaeberlein Mar 31
It's been a long time coming, but our method for large scale purification of extracellular vesicles from C. elegans is finally out. If you like worms or EVs (or both!), this one's for you. Actual data from this coming soon, I promise!
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Andy Hill Mar 31
For all those researchers who want to image while working at home using a scanner, try using Xerox Enlargement Microscopy (XEM) - post your results below
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WebEVTalk Mar 31
WebEVTalk series is on Youtube! Find the lecture from Prof Suresh Mathivanan on in cross-species communication via
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proEVLifeCycle Project Mar 30
The proEVLifeCycle virtual kick-off meeting has started! Our ten early stage researchers are presenting their PhD research projects. Great discussions ongoing, we do not let stand in our way.
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WebEVTalk Mar 30
Those of you who tuned in last Thursday have some burning questions for the from . Tune in this Thursday via ZOOM: A new tag-team talk by and Aaron! 9 AM CEST = 6 PM AET👇
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exRNA Mar 30
coming up in 2 hrs. will discuss in cancer progression and cross-species communication. Join via Zoom: Hosts: More online talks:
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Kenneth W Witwer Mar 30
"Fourier-transform Infrared (FT-IR) fingerprints subpopulations of of different sizes and cellular origin" Nice work from Paolini and Federici et al, P Bergese lab
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Juan Falcon Mar 30
Time to register for a very interesting EV-related Webinar (on April 21st, 10:00 am CET) from one of our lab member with wide experience in EV research ¡.
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WebEVTalk Mar 29
We are now on Facebook😃 Links on recorded talks can be found on our Facebook page!
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