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2012-121 – We describe here the establishment of a new WM cell line, MWCL-1. Comprehensive genetic analyses have unequivocally confirmed a clonal relationship between this novel cell line and the founding tumor. MWCL-1 cells exhibit an immunophenotype consistent with a diverse, tumor clone composed of both small B lymphocytes and exhibit an immunophenotype consistent with a diverse, tumor clone... Read More
2012-098 – Agelastatin A (AA) is an anti-neoplastic agent with anti-osteopontin (OPN) activity. Brain tumors often express OPN significantly. A comprehensive chemoinformatic analysis followed by in vivo pharmacokinetic evaluations in mice is performed. CNS penetration of AA is about 10%. AA should be further tested for activity against brain tumors.
2012-093 – Background LRP1 is a ubiquitously expressed receptor that mediates rapid endocytosis of various ligands. By modulating the trafficking of other signaling receptors, LRP1 plays a significant role in the central nervous system and peripheral tissue. It is thought that malfunction of the LRP1-related pathway is a causal factor of cardiovascular and Alzheimer’s disease. Thus, there is tremendous... Read More
2012-084 – A homozygous transgenic mouse model expressing mutant M377V human TDP-43 cDNA encoding the TAR-bindign protein 43kD - 6 fold endogenous levels (Xu et al, Molecular Neurodegeneration, 2011).
2012-083 – Coronary CT angiography (cCTA) is used to noninvasively look at the arteries that supply the heart muscle with blood, and diagnose (or rule out) blocked arteries, which are the main cause of heart attacks. cCTA is performed with either prospective or retrospective ECG gating. Irrespective of which variant is used, images are reconstructed with projection data corresponding to a partial scan... Read More
2012-073 – Erectile dysfunction (ED) is estimated to affect 20-30% of men between the ages of 40-80 years. In cases of medication-resistant ED, surgical treatment, and especially penile prosthesis implantation is the standard of care. Complications of surgery can include neurovascular and urethral injury, and other tissue damage that can contribute to sub-optimal outcomes. A Mayo Clinic investigator... Read More
2012-045 – Normal rat cholangiocytes (NRCs) are intrahepatic bile duct epithelial cellls that have been developed as in vitro model to study the physiology and pathophysiology of these cells in culture. NRCs form a confluent polarized monolayer when grown on collagen-coated filters of tissue culture inserts with easy access to both apical and basolateral cell surfaces. NCRs display many... Read More
2012-011 – Scores based on patient reported symptoms (stool frequency and rectal bleeding), endoscopic exam of bowel mucosa and physician review of patient degree of illness severity. A combined score is used to determine severity of symptoms and to assess changes with therapy over time.
Nuclear Reprogramming Through Oxygen-Independent Metabotype Purges Dysfunctional Mitochondrial Heteroplasmy
2012-007 – Mitochondrial disease is inherited through maternal transmission of mutated mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) with disease phenotypes determined by the unpredictable mixture of mutant and wild-type mtDNA. Mitochondrial heteroplasmy is dependent upon stochastic segregation of mtDNA into discrete units during early embryogenesis as mtDNA replication is shut off during blastomere expansion. Since... Read More
2012-004 – What is envisioned is a system of electrochemical and electrical monitoring coupled with directed stimulation to bypass damaged nerve tissue. The combination of information detection, conversion algorithm and programmed stimulation will provide regeneration of the neural commands. Further it is envisioned that a pump can be added to provide neural modular/growth factors to maintain the nerve... Read More
2011-274 – The invention uses ultrasound to measure the nonlinear mechanical properties of an object including those of biological tissues. This information can be used to detect abnormalities in tissues.
2011-271 – We identified a novel translocation of TP63 gene which encodes p63 protein. The translocation leads to overexpression of a dominant negative TP63 isoform. Dominant negative TP63 isoforms lead to inactivation of p53, the most important tumor suppressor known. The translocation can be useful for diagnosis and subclassification of certain peripheral T cell lymphomas, B-cell lymphomas... Read More
2011-261 – A mouse monoclonal anti-human TRAIL-s antibody has been made against the novel c-terminus of the TRAIL isoform detailed in: Isolation of a TRAIL antagonist from the serum of HIV-infected patients. Schnepple DJ, Shepard B, Bren GD, Cummins NW, Natesampillai S, Trushin S, Algeciras-Schimich A, Meng XW, Sainski AM, Rizza SA, Kaufmann SH, Badley AD. J Biol Chem. 2011 Oct 14;286(41):35742-54.
2011-250 – The immune function plays an important role in many diseases including cancer. However, it is often difficult to interpret the role and responsibility of immune cells during treatment because it has been difficult to visualize all components of the immune response. We have taken global approach to understanding the immune system by measuring common multi-factorial immune profiles in patients... Read More
2011-249 – TB-ELISPOT is an optimized Interferon-gamma release assay (IGRA) that accurately detects latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI). This novel TB-ELISPOT method incorporate research-grade technology to enhance antigen-specific activation of T-cells by utilizing co-stimulatory antibodies and best antigen stimulation conditions (48 hrs) in a multiparametric platform that compare specific M.... Read More
2011-226 – The segmental loss of peripheral nerve may result from open or closed extremity trauma, resection of benign or malignant primary nerve tumors, or limb-sparing tumor surgery. Currently available reconstructive options include vascularized and conventional (nonvascularised) nerve autografts, nerve conduits from a variety of materials, nerve allografts and nerve transfer. Of these, autografting... Read More
2011-224 – A method to quantify tissue mechanical properties in a model-independent way by estimating complex elastic modulus from time-dependant creep response induced by acoustic radiation force. This method uses a formula that converts time-domain creep compliance to frequency domain complex modulus. Then Shearwave Dispersion Ultrasound Vibrometry (SDUV) is used to calibrate the complex modulus so... Read More
2011-210 – Multiple short-duration ultrasound push pulses are used to deform tissue. The duration and PRF (Pulse Repetition Frequency) of these push pulses are compatible with current ultrasound scanners because these pulses are comparable to Doppler pulses. The collective effect from many push pulses generates shear waves of high amplitude for elasticity imaging. Two shear waves are produced: one at... Read More
2011-184 – Methods and Materials for Assessing Responsiveness PARP Inhibitors and Platinating Agents Methods and materials have been developed for assessing responsiveness to PARP inhibitors and platinating agents by using levels of non-homogous end-joining (NHEI) pathway members to determine if cancer cells that are homologous recombination (hr) - deficient are likely to be susceptible or resistant... Read More
2011-178 – Radiation dose from CT scanning is an increasing health concern, but lowering radiation dose alone generally produces a noisier image and may degrade diagnostic performance. Non-local means (NLM) denoising has become widely accepted as a very effective denoising tool in the image processing community, and has yielded very promising results in lung and abdominal CT. However, NLM requires an... Read More
2011-130 – The calibration data for an accelerated contrast-enhanced MRA acquisition are acquired in the short time after contrast injection and before contrast arrival. This eliminates the separate acquisition for calibration data.
2011-114 – In dynamic time series imaging, noise varies from image to image, but the underlying structure (although it can vary somewhat) is generally preserved. Techniques that take advantage of this are capable of efficiently denoising such data sets. In this invention, time series images are decomposed into overlapping subblocks of size NxN, with each subblock sampled T times in the time dimension.... Read More
2011-108 – Parallel Imaging is a widely used strategy for accelerating MRI acquisitions. Auto-calibrated coil-by-coil methods such as GRAPPA and ARC have become increasingly popular since they do not require a separate calibration scan (as do SENSE and ASSET) nor explicit estimation of coil sensitivity profiles, making them attractive for time-limited and dynamic applications like cardiac imaging.... Read More
Method for Reconstructing Dynamic Resonance Imaging Series From Limited Measurements Using Matrix Rank Constraints
2011-106 – This disclosure allows for image series to be reconstructed from only a subset of the data normally required to form the image series, and correspondingly for image acquisition time to be reduced. As demonstrated, the proposed reconstruction mechanism can provide improved temporal fidelity compared to other rank-based MRI series reconstruction methods.
2011-092 – T cells drive adaptive immune responses that can turn out pathogenic when directed against your own body tissues and organs causing autoimmune diseases. On the other hand, T cells are the main cellular component driving acute organ rejection after transplantation. Therefore different strategies to deplete/inactivate T cells have been pursued to treat patients either suffering from autoimmime... Read More
2011-086 – A data reporting system for competency metrics has been developed that takes trainee endoscopic performance data collected by a validated assessment tool and presents the data in such a manner that allows fellowship directors to identify which trainees have achieved competence and which ones may be in need of remediation and all points between. With this system we have also identified unique... Read More
2011-080 – The quantitative accuracy of CT numbers in myocardial perfusion computed tomography (MPCT) is degraded by artifacts arising from the use of partial scan reconstruction (PSR), which is used in cardiac CT to improve temporal resolution. Full scans do not suffer from this artifact. PSR artifacts appear because of inconsistencies in the angular range of projection data used for partial scans due... Read More
2011-076 – pEct2 antibody
2011-075 – This invention includes the development of Inducible transgenic mice expressing human TDP-cDNA encoding the TAR-binding protein 43kD utilizing the MoPrpTta promoter.
2011-074 – This invention includes the development of inducible M17 neuroblastoma cell lines expressing human TDP-43 cDNA encoding the wild type, disease associated mutants, nuclear localization mutant and RNA binding mutant TAR-binding protein 43kD.
2011-065 – Three decades after the eradication of smallpox, the threat of bioterrorism and outbreaks of emerging diseases such as monkeypox have renewed interest in the development of safe and effective next-generation poxvirus vaccines and biodefense research. Current smallpox vaccines contain live virus and are contraindicated for a large percentage of the population. Safer, yet still effective... Read More
2011-030 – Studies from our laboraties have shown that deleted in breast cancer 1 (DBC1) is an important negative regulator of SIRT1 in vivo. Deletion of DBC1 in mice results in higher SIRT1 activity in various moust tissues, and these mice are protected from metabolic diseases, such as high fat diet-induced liver disease. Therefore, DBC1 knockout mice will be a valuble tool to study SIRT1 function and... Read More
2011-026 – Propagation of shear wave (e.g., frequency dependent propagation speed and attenuation) in tissues is determined by mechanical properties of tissues. In ultrasound elasticity imaging, focused ultrasound beams are used to generate and detect shear waves in tissues. The 3D shape of the ultrasound beam can artificially increase measured shear wave speed in the transducer near field and... Read More
2011-021 – A method is developed for eliminating the calibration scan in SENSE-accelerated time-resolved MRA.
2011-020 – Progress of an intravenously administered contrast bolus along the peripheral vasculature is tracked in real time by generating diagnostic quality images and then using the information to cause the patient table to move so as to allow generation a high quality angiogram along the entire extent of the vasculature.
2010-333 – A major problem in the area of electrochemistry and fast scan cyclic voltammetry is the occurrence of multiple complex analytes being measured by the fast scan cyclic voltammetry. In this invention, we developed the technique of Double Pulse Voltammetry (DPV) in which very fast scan cyclic voltammetry can be done at various voltages in this case from -0.4 volt to +1.5 volt and back down... Read More
2010-320 – The MDQ-30 is a 28-item instrument in which the items query symptoms over the previous 30 days. Seventeen items use a dichotomous format, two items use a Likert scale, one item uses multiple non-hierarchical options, six items use multiple hierarchical options, and two items are multi-item dichotomous scales. MDQ-30 items follow a stem-and-leaf format and are divided into three symptom... Read More
2010-318 – An innovative freight management solution has been developed which represents a new business model developed on transparency and risk-sharing within a reseller market. Working with supply partners, key individuals within supply chain management have developed this program which involves practice, process and designs generally not used or common within healthcare. The solution results in... Read More
2010-306 – Thyroid cancer cell lines were created from patient tumor tissues directly from the resected tumor tissue, tissue minced and cultured in cell culture media. These cells lines will be characterized at the molecular level [genetic defects, short tandem DNA repeat analysis (STR)] and phenotypically with regards to growth in cell culture and animals. These well characterized cell lines should... Read More
2010-305 – Cell lines were created from patient tumor tissues directly from the resected tumor tissue, tissue minced and cultured in cell culture media. These cells lines will be characterized at the molecular level (genetic defects, short tandem DNA repeat analysis (STR)) and phenotypically with regards to growth in cell culture and animals. These well characterized cell lines should prove to be useful... Read More
2010-296 – Communications between electronic components employ one of a number of signaling schemes. Generally, digital communications use one of two classes of signaling schemes: single-ended or differential signaling. A single-ended signaling channel employs transmission of n-level (typically 2-level) signals through a single signal conductor, using a ground or power conductor as the reference for... Read More
2010-278 – Nuclear reprogramming technology has provided the fundamental basis to convert ordinary cells in the adult body into pluripotent stem cells that can function as embryonic stem cells. This bioengineering platform enables a revolutionary breakthrough for stem cell biology and regenerative medicine applications despite current technology being challenged by low efficiencies and ill-defined... Read More
2010-271 – The normal immune system contains T cells bearing antigen receptors which are not readily reactive to self. This invention describes a new method for activating self-reactive T cells in a peptide specific manner, a strategy designed to focus autoimmune cellular responses against cancers and persisting virus infections.
2010-233 – The inner ear vestibular system reflexively controls eye position in the orbits. For example, when the head is tilted to the side (ear moved toward the shoulder) the eyes roll in the opposite direction so that they stay oriented to the horizon. This eye movement is called head tilt induced ocular counter roll and is mediated in part by the otolith organs of the vascular system. Damage to... Read More
2010-222 – This invention covers the design, genetic engineering and construction of the inducible TDP-43 wild-type and D89/219E double mutant constructs utilized to create the iTDP Tg mice.
2010-206 – Patient derived tumor tissue samples that have been demonstrated to grow in mice.
2010-203 – Reagents to study the biology of the rare human bronchopulmonary carcinoid tumor are very limited. We have created cell lines derived from tumors resected from patients treated at Mayo Clinic. These cell lines will aid investigators to test existing and future medications for efficacy in killing these tumors on the cell lines prior to human studies. These cell lines will aid investigations... Read More
2010-178 – Technology Description We have developed human lung cancer cell lines in which the expression of the PKClota oncogene has been genetically manipulated. Specifically, the cell lines are transduced with rec ombinant lentiviruses that express either a shRNA targeting the PKCiota mRNA or a non-target control shRNA that does not target any known RNA. These cell lines allow one to investigate the... Read More
2010-162 – The application works on the iPod Touch and iPhone platform and will improve access to exposure-based therapy for individuals with anxiety disorders. The application can be used independently as a self-help program or in conjunction with a health professional. To Access the App through the iTunes Store, click on the link below. AnxietyCoach App
2010-138 – This invention describes a mathematical method for reliably describing audiometric configuration and classifying the severity of hearing impairment. It has been shown to accurately correlate with the patient self reports of hearing difficulty better than any other classification method currently used in clinical audiology.