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NEW PRODUCT ALERT: HUMAN RECOMBINANT GELSOLIN

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 7:36:49 PM America/Detroit

HUMAN RECOMBINANT HUMAN GELSOLIN PROTEIN (Cat. N BA-IS014-A372HU).  

Gelsolin’s multifunctional roles in health and diseases.

Gelsolin is an ubiquitous, multifunctional regulator of cell structure and metabolism. Gelsolin has manifold impacts on cancer, apoptosis, infection and inflammation, cardiac injury, pulmonary diseases, and aging. Recently, gelsolin has been implicated in cell survival signa...

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What first warm blooded fish has in common with a car radiator?

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 12:17:55 PM America/Detroit

Warm-blooded animals, such as birds and mammals, known as endotherms, generate their own heat and maintain a body temperature independent of the environment. Cold-blooded animals, known as ectotherms, include amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates and most fish.

Have you heard  about a recent discovery of a first fully warm-blooded fish? It circulates heated blood throughout its body much like mammals...

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Check this fascinating video of a 14-year old ORANGUTAN MAKING HAMMOCK all on her own.

She  is so intelligent, she obviously has a plan, builds, tests her construction, and,,, she knows how to tie  knots!!! She just wants to sleep comfortably at night:.  Can all people do it?  this video really gets you thinking how we treat  the animals.... 

Note: this is a youtube video, courtasy of Nakhonratchasi...

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In 2016, the dramatic global rise of Zika virus epidemics was followed by an equally dramatic decline by the end of that year, the reasons for which are still unclear. The virus causes severe birth defects by attacking developing stem cells in the brain. Interestingly, scientists noticed that it does not have the same devastating effect on fully developed brains. It was suggested that Zika virus i...

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TRIAL SIZE ELISA KITS AND ANTIBODIES AVAILABLE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1st.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 5:22:29 PM America/Detroit

TRIAL SIZE ELISA KITS AND ANTIBODIES AVAILABLE NOW!!! REQUEST YOUR TRIAL SAMPLES TODAY AND TEST THEM WITHOUT PAYING FULL PRICE!!!  TRY AND BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! SEE DETALIS HERE.

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Use of Recombinant Anti-CD45 Antibodies in clinics

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 9:31:29 PM America/Detroit

CD45 (leukocyte common antigen, LCA) is a surface antigen expressed on all differentiated hematopoietic cells, except erythrocytes. Anti-CD45 antibodies are commonly used in flow cytometry as one of the tools for cell identification. In clinics, the antibodies are used for differentiating carcinomas from lymphomas and myelomas.

From clinical point of view, the prospect of using anti-CD45 antibodies...

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Recombinant Antibodies for Immunotherapy Cancer Research.

Sunday, May 14, 2017 3:25:42 PM America/Detroit

This topic is getting a lot of attention in the development of cancer therapies. Immunotherapy works by exploiting immune cells to kill cancer cells.

Antibodies against proteins involved in co-stimulation and other aspects of immune cell regulation are of particular interest to therapeutics developers. Some have already entered the clinic, with more in the development pipeline. However, many aspect...

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Why should you use recombinant antibodies for research?

Sunday, December 18, 2016 9:20:23 PM America/Detroit

Have you already thought about using recombinant antibodies, instead of antibodies raised in animals, for your research project? Do you know that it can save you time and money? If not, read more about the advantages of using recombinant antibodies in your research on our website.

Everyone who has experience with using monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies raised in animals knows that sometimes it c...

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Extracting Tumors from the Ear Canal. Advancements in Minimally Invasive Surgeries.

Thursday, September 15, 2016 3:57:02 PM America/Detroit

A surgical team at UT Southwestern Medical Center is helping to pioneer a new minimally invasive procedure that extracts inner ear tumors without removing a large portion of the skull. The technique which was originally developed in Italy has begun taking off in North America and this team hopes that it can be quickly adopted by other medical institutions.

Typically, the removal of acoustic neuroma...

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Polysialic acid and cell signaling

Tuesday, August 9, 2016 3:31:41 PM America/Detroit

Polysialic acid (PSA), a bioactive carbohydrate, was first found in Escherichia coli [Barry GT et al, Nature, 1957]. Polysialic acid has since been found in several types of tumors [Suzuki M. et al., Glycobiology, 2005]. Many different tumors (e.g., neuroblastoma, glioma, melanoma) manifest neuroendocrine features, such as the production of peptide hormones, marker enzymes and neurosecretory granu...

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