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Xfer Records Serum VSTi for MacOS X has got loads of different wave tables plus it has got a unison generator that provides up to 16 votes and lets you adjust the volume to child ration between them flexibly. The sound that is produced is crisp, lively and modern. Xfer Records Serum VSTi for MacOS X allows you to import as well as create your own wavetables. It has got imposing oscillators which will ensure that the sound in Serum will be crisp, transparent and clean. You can enhance your audio content with loads of filters which are available. It has been equipped with more than 450 presets as well as 144 wave tables. All in all Xfer Records Serum VSTi for MacOS X is an imposing tabular wave synthesizer with top quality sound. You can also download ArtsAcoustic Reverb VST for Mac OS X.
I did ofc. I also installed it and It works i just wanted to know this beforehand. For people who havent had any version of serum before these folders just dont exist and the instructions are kind of misleading.
I have been looking across the links on the megathread and cannot find a cracked version for macOS, I know its harder to get cracked versions for mac but I was just wondering if there is a cracked serum for mac out there
Exposure of MSCs to IL-1β concentrations found in serum early after polytrauma resulted in generation and release of metalloproteinase-1 (MMP-1), tumor necrosis factor-inducible gene 6 (TSG-6), cyclooxygenase-2, and prostaglandin E synthase, all of which act as key immunomodulators of the posttraumatic response . Furthermore, IL-1β-triggered TSG-6 generation by MSCs may switch the proinflammatory M1 macrophage phenotype towards the rather anti-inflammatory M2 macrophage phenotype and thereby improve wound healing .
Bone marrow-derived MSCs also exhibit innate procoagulatory activity most likely based on the expression of tissue factor (TF) on MSCs, resulting in increased clotting, decreased fibrinolysis, and microvascular obstructions  which may reflect conditions found in advanced stages of acute trauma-induced coagulopathy. Concerning platelets within the clotting process, platelet-derived growth factors (PDGF) and other platelet-originated products are able to induce MSCs expansion ex vivo. In the setting of severe trauma, serum PDGF-AA and PDGF-BB levels were associated with the number of MSCs obtained from the bone marrow of the injured patients . Contrary to other reports, that study failed to show a significant increase in bone marrow homing of MSC, nor could a significant recruitment of MSCs into the peripheral blood be observed after severe injury, irrespective of the trauma severity. Nevertheless, serum from polytrauma patients induced MSC proliferation in a PDGF-associated manner .
The MSCs represent a major target for complement attacks. Abundant deposition of the C3 fragments iC3b and C3dg on MSCs and thus opsonization of the MSCs exposed to ABO-matched allogenic human blood have been found . To counteract a harmful complement attack and opsonization MSCs express a remarkable variety of membrane bound complement regulatory proteins (CRegs), such as protectin (CD59), decay accelerating factor (CD55), and membrane cofactor protein (CD46) . Furthermore, MSCs also release factor H which results in direct inhibition of C3 cleavage and opsonization . However, despite these potent complement inhibitory strategies, contact of MSCs with serum (e.g., provided by massive transfusions after polytrauma) may overwhelm these defense mechanisms and result in serum-induced cytotoxicity . Experimentally, adoptively transferred MSCs in mice deficient in C3 or in mice after C3 depletion (by cobra venom factor) exhibited significantly reduced MSC injury in vivo compared to MSCs in wildtype mice . These findings indicate that complement inhibitory strategies in MSCs are crucial for survival and regenerative potential of these cells after trauma. All of the abovementioned CReg proteins on leukocytes are somehow dysregulated early after polytrauma in humans . Possibly, also on MSCs, the CReg shield might be disturbed after multiple injuries and therefore may turn MSCs into targets for a fatal complement attack. 2b1af7f3a8