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Mountain State Science segment of This Week in WV by WV Public Broadcasting:<br>
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This Week in WV - Mountain State Science - WV Public Broadcasting:<br>
'''WVU Nanotechnology'''<br>
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Friday, May 27, 2011. (YouTube Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6mqTejMSVE)</div>
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Friday, May 27, 2011. ([http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6mqTejMSVE YouTube Video ])<br></div>
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Reporter Ben Adducchio talks with Dr. Klinke about nanoscience and his work in cancer immunology. In this brief segment, Dr. Klinke refers to nanoscale structures, called exosomes, that are thought to play key roles in intercellular communication - such as between cancer and immune cells. Exosomes are 50 - 100 nm in diameter membrane vesicles that contain transmembrane proteins embedded within a lipid bilayer, cytosolic proteins and, potentially, microRNAs derived from donor cells. Understanding the role of these naturally designed nanoscale structures in facilitating cell-to-cell communication will ultimately aid in engineering nanoscale structures as immunotherapies.<br>

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Penn State Department of Chemical Engineering Seminar Series:
A Bayesian Perspective on Understanding How Cells Make Decisions

Thursday, January 13, 2011. (SciVee Video in process)


This Week in WV - Mountain State Science - WV Public Broadcasting:
WVU Nanotechnology

Friday, May 27, 2011. (YouTube Video )

Reporter Ben Adducchio talks with Dr. Klinke about nanoscience and his work in cancer immunology. In this brief segment, Dr. Klinke refers to nanoscale structures, called exosomes, that are thought to play key roles in intercellular communication - such as between cancer and immune cells. Exosomes are 50 - 100 nm in diameter membrane vesicles that contain transmembrane proteins embedded within a lipid bilayer, cytosolic proteins and, potentially, microRNAs derived from donor cells. Understanding the role of these naturally designed nanoscale structures in facilitating cell-to-cell communication will ultimately aid in engineering nanoscale structures as immunotherapies.

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