Day Lab: Resources and Services

Dr. Brian Day’s laboratory is located on the 4th floor of the Smith building on National Jewish Health’s campus.

 

Research Methods

  • Quantitating markers of oxidative stress
  • Lipid oxidation
  • 4HNE by GC/MS
  • F2 isoprostane by GC/MS
  • 7-OH-cholesterol by GC/MS
  • Protein oxidation
  • Nitro tyrosine by HPLC-EC
  • Chloro-tyrosine by HPLC-EC
  • Protein- GSH by HPLC-EC
  • GSH/GSSG
    • Spectrophotometric
    • HPLC-FD
    • HPLC-EC
  • DNA oxidation
  • 8-OH-2dG by HPLC-EC

 

Animal Models

  • SOD1 KO
  • SOD2 KO
  • CFTR KO
  • GCLM KO

 

Patents

Substituted Porphyrins, US#7,820,644 (2010)

Compounds and methods for thiol-containing compound efflux and cancer treatment, US#7,790,762 (2010)

Methods for treatment of thiol-containing compound deficient conditions, US #7,498,047 (2009)

Oxidant Scavengers, US #7,470,677 (2008)

Substituted Porphyrins, US #7,189,707 (2007)

Substituted Porphyrins, US #6,916,799 (2005)

Methods for Identifying Compounds as Antioxidants, US #6,900,026 (2005)

Oxidant Scavengers, US #6,583,132 (2003)

Substituted Porphyrins, US #6,544,975 (2003)

Substituted Porphyrins, US #6,479,477 (2002)

Paraquat, Dipyridinium-Based Inhibitors of Nitric Oxide Synthase, Related Compounds & Therapeutic Uses Thereof, US #6,231,894 (2001)

Oxidant Scavengers, US #6,127,356 (2000)

Oxidant Scavengers, US #5,994,339 (1999)

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Events

MAY
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New York AIR Society
5/1/2014 7:00:00 PM
MAY
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Cocktails with Class
5/17/2014 6:00:00 PM