Posts Tagged ‘2003’

MultiEx Commander 3.9.69

woensdag, december 21st, 2011
TitleMultiEx Commander 3.9.69
Screenshotmexcom3969
Year2003
Estimated date2003-09-30
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionVersion 3.9.68/9 of MultiEx Commander
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Conference report IBRO 2003

dinsdag, december 20th, 2011
TitleConference report IBRO 2003
Screenshotlogodoc
Year2003
Estimated date2003-07-30
CategoryScientific Publication
PlatformPC
DescriptionThis is my conference report I had to create to get travel funding for that particular conference when I was a PhD student.
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College over Glia cellen

donderdag, december 15th, 2011
TitleCollege over Glia cellen
Screenshotlogodoc
Year2003
Estimated date2003-04-16
CategoryScientific presentation
PlatformNone
DescriptionI was asked to come give a lecture on glial cells for 4th grade medical students at the UMCG.  
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HCR : A FUNCTIONAL ORPHAN CC CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR IN HUMAN ASTROCYTES

donderdag, december 15th, 2011
TitleHCR : A FUNCTIONAL ORPHAN CC CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR IN HUMAN ASTROCYTES
Screenshotlogodoc
Year2003
Estimated date2003-07-02
CategoryScientific Publication
PlatformPC
DescriptionMy poster for the International Brain Research Organisation conference in Prague, 2003.
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TRE Archiver 1.0.4

dinsdag, december 13th, 2011
TitleTRE Archiver 1.0.4
Screenshottrearchiver
Year2003
Estimated date2003-28-12
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
Description
By request I’ve edited some old source code of TRE Archiver to not require MexCom registration. So, basically this is the same as 1.0.3, but now without the need to have a registered copy of MexCom. Don’t complain that it won’t open any new TRE types. The original tool was from 2003, it’s now 6 years later. I won’t support it any further.
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CDDS2DDS

dinsdag, december 13th, 2011
TitleCDDS2DDS
Screenshotcdds2dds
Year2003
Estimated date2003-10-30
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
Description
CDDS2DDS v1.0 A XeNTaX in-house tool,for use with Lock on CDDS files, to examine these files and support them in future versions of OpenMex, the new MultiEx program. http://www.xentax.com programmed by : M.W.Zuurman (Mr.Mouse) on the 27th of October 2003 Unsupported, unwarranted, use at your own risk. Almost all .CDDS files supported. Some have the extension, but are in a different format. Instruction: Simple. 1. Select Open CDDS, and choose a valid CDDS file. 2. You can play a little with expanding and collapsing resulting nodes in the resulting tree. 3. Select Extract all DDS to extract all files as DDS in a directory of your choice. Note that you need to have the file "dds_template.mex" in the same directory as CDDS2DDS. DISCLAIMER : AS SAID , NO SUPPORT, NO CLAIMS, YOUR RISK.
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Downscanner

maandag, december 12th, 2011
TitleDownscanner
Screenshotdownscanner
Year2003
Estimated date2003-11-06
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
Description
Downscanner -=========- Created in 2003 by Mr.Mouse/XeNTaX A simple tool to scan the contents of a file on the internet while downloading it. Give the full URL to the file to scan (download) Give the full path to save the file (e.g. C:myfile.bin) Optional: Provide the path to an external program (e.g. a hexeditor) to open the part that has been downloaded and analyse it. The purpose was to scan the header section of a new file, figuring out the whole file format, without having to download the whole file. Saves A. Download time and B. Harddisk space. The days where internet was still not that superfast and downloading massive files a timeconsuming business.
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ClipMon

donderdag, december 8th, 2011
TitleClipMon
Screenshotclipmon
Year2003
Estimated date2003-06-17
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionClipMon is a screenshot grabber. It works on most games and stuff, and no watermarks! Coded in Visual Basic 6. Creates uniquely named .JPG files when you start monitoring and press PrtScrn.
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LPS-Induced Expression of a Novel Chemokine Receptor (L-CCR) in Mouse Glial Cells In Vitro and In Vivo

woensdag, december 7th, 2011
TitleLPS-Induced Expression of a Novel Chemokine Receptor (L-CCR) in Mouse Glial Cells In Vitro and In Vivo
Screenshotlogodoc
Year2003
Estimated date2001-12-01
CategoryScientific Publication
PlatformNone
DescriptionABSTRACT There is increasing evidence that chemokines, specialized regulators of the peripheral immune system, are also involved in the physiology and pathology of the CNS. It is known that glial cells (astrocytes and microglia) express various chemokine receptors like CCR1, -3, -5, and CXCR4. We have investigated the possible expression of the known CC chemokine receptors (CCR1–8 and D6) in murine glial cells. In addition, we examined possible glial expression of the orphan CC chemokine receptor L-CCR that has been identified previously in murine macrophages. We report here expression of L-CCR mRNA in murine astrocytes and microglia. Furthermore, L-CCR mRNA expression was strongly induced after application of bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS), both in vitro and in vivo. Functional studies and binding experiments using biotinylated monocyte chemoattractant protein (MCP)-1 (CCL2) indicate that CCL2 could be a candidate chemokine ligand for glial L-CCR. Based on the data presented, it is suggested that L-CCR is a functional glial chemokine receptor that is important in neuroimmunology. GLIA 41:327–336, 2003.
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Expression of L-CCR in HEK 293 cells reveals functional responses to CCL2, CCL5, CCL7, and CCL8

woensdag, december 7th, 2011
TitleExpression of L-CCR in HEK 293 cells reveals functional responses to CCL2, CCL5, CCL7, and CCL8
Screenshotlogodoc
Year2003
Estimated date2002-08-01
CategoryScientific Publication
PlatformNone
DescriptionAbstract: It has become clear in the past years that chemokines and chemokine receptors are pivotal regulators of cellular communication and trafficking. In addition to the 20 chemokine receptors that have been cloned and described, various orphan receptors with a chemokine receptor-like structure are known. We have investigated the orphan mouse chemokine receptor (L-CCR) in HEK 293 cells, a receptor that was originally described in a mouse macrophage cell line. Cells expressing this receptor show pertussis toxin-sensitive chemotaxis and small intracellular calcium transients in response to the chemokines CCL2, CCL7, CCL8, and CCL5. Biotinylated CCL2 binds to L-CCRexpressing cells, and transfection experiments with an L-CCR–green fluorescent protein fusion protein showed L-CCR expression in the membranes of recombinant HEK 293 cells. Although radioligand binding was not detected, it is suggested that LCCR is a functional chemokine receptor. J. Leukoc. Biol. 74: 243–251; 2003.
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