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The Quantification of Human Urinary Exosomes


Wilna Oosthuyzen and Matthew Bailey, from the Centre for Cardiovascular Science, University of Edinburgh, introduce Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NPA), a new technique to quantify Human Urinary Exosomes. NPA has proven a faster and more precise method compared to the Western ...

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You’ve been doing your exosome isolation all wrong

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Exosomes attract enormous research interest because they are carriers of disease markers and a prospective delivery system for therapeutic agents. Differential centrifugation, the prevalent method of exosome isolation, frequently produces dissimilar and improper results because of the faulty practice of ...

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