Chartinun Chutoe

Chartinun Chutoe
Mahidol University | MU ·  Department of Biochemistry (Science)

Master of Science (Biochemistry)

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The endocannabinoid system has been postulated to help restrict cancer progression and maintain osteoblastic function during bone metastasis. Herein, the effects of cannabinoid receptor (CB) type 1 and 2 activation on breast cancer cell and osteoblast interaction were investigated by using ACEA and GW405833 as CB1 and CB2 agonists, respectively. Ou...
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- Improving nutrient and water uptake in resource limited soils is a major challenge for agricultural research. - Root hairs are specialized epidermal cells that are important for nutrient uptake from the soil by increasing the root-surface area. - Digital microscopy can record root hairs as images, but has never been used for automated analysis....
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Improving nutrient and water uptake in crops is one of the major challenges to sustain a fast-growing population that faces increasingly nutrient limited soils. Root hairs, which are specialized epidermal cells, compromise up to 70% of the total root surface area. Therefore, it is likely that root hairs are important for nutrient uptake from the so...

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