- "Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging of the Vasa Vasorum"
Staub D, Schinkel AFL, Coll B, et al., Cardiovascular Imaging 3 (7): 761-771 Jul 2010. This clinical review focuses on contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) as a noninvasive application for identifying and quantifying carotid and coronary artery VV and intraplaque neovascularization.
- "Contrast-enhanced ultrasound for imaging vasa vasorum: comparison with histopathology in a swine model of atherosclerosis"
Schinkel AFL, Krueger CG, Tellez A, et al., European Journal of Echocardiography 11 (8): 659-664 Sep 2010. Evaluates the agreement between contrast-enhanced ultrasound imaging and histopathology in an animal model of atherosclerosis.
- "High Molecular Weight Persimmon (Diospyros kaki L.) Proanthocyanidin: A Highly Galloylated, A-Linked Tannin with an Unusual Flavonol Terminal Unit, Myricetin"
Li CM, Leverence R, Trombley JD, et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58 (16): 9033-9042 Aug 2010. The crude material was chemically degraded with acid to yield products that were amenable to NMR and ESI-MS analysis, which were used to establish for the first time that persimmon tannin has a mixture of B-type and A-type linkages.
- "In vitro uptake of lysozyme-loaded liposomes coated with chitosan biopolymer as model immunoadjuvants"
Madrigal-carballo S, Vila AO, Sibaja M, et al., Journal of Liposome Research 20 (1): 1-8 Mar 2010. In this work, we studied the effect of chitosan-coated liposomes on the uptake and antigen presentation of hen egg-white lysozyme (HEL) in Peyer's patches peritoneal macrophages isolated from mice.