Data from: In vivo tracking of dendritic cell using MRI reporter gene, ferritin

Kim HS, Woo J, Lee JH, Joo HJ, Choi Y, Kim H, Moon WK, Kim SJ

Date Published: June 4, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d08h6

 

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Title Ferritin-based MRI of dendritic cell
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Description Figure 1. Analysis of dendritic cell (DC) transduced with myc-tagged human ferritin heavy chain (FTH) and green fluorescence prtein (GFP) using lentivirus. Figure 2. Analyses of proliferation and migration activities and co-stimulatory molecules expressions in dendritic cell (DC) and human ferritin heavy chain-transduced DC (FTH-DC). Figure. 3. Cellular iron staining, iron amount measurement and in vitro MRI analysis of dendritic cell (DC) and human ferritin heavy chain-transduced DC (FTH-DC). Figure 4. in vivo and ex vivo MRI of popliteal lymph nodes (LNs) of mouse injected with dendritic cell (DC) and ferritin heavy chain-transduced DC (FTH-DC). Figure 5. Histological analysis of cryosectioned popliteal lymph nodes (LNs) with dendritic cell (DC) and ferritin heavy chain-transduced DC (FTH-DC).
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Kim HS, Woo J, Lee JH, Joo HJ, Choi Y, Kim H, Moon WK, Kim SJ (2015) In vivo tracking of dendritic cell using MRI reporter gene, ferritin. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0125291. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0125291

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