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Learn about your options when you need a cell viability assay.
Neuronal degeneration through inappropriate activation of apoptotic cell-death pathways explained. Mechanisms and key protein players.
Comprehensive guide to Human CD antigens.
Assays for metabolites, metabolic enzymes, live cell metabolism studies, mitochondrial function, and oxidative stress.
Learn about your options when you need a cytotoxicity assay.
Learn about the advantages of our RabMAb® rabbit monoclonal antibodies, like high affinity and specificity with low background, and extensive
For cell viability, cytotoxicity, proliferation, cell cycle, or apoptosis assays, use this guide to understand your options
Watch this on-demand webinar presented by guest speaker Dr George Prendergast, it provides an overview of the future of Immunochemotherapy with a focus on the convergence of cross-disciplinary themes.
Learn about your options when you need a cell proliferation or cell cycle assay.
Found in all eukaryotic cells, actin is a protein essential to maintain cell structure. In humans, three main actin groups have been identified - alpha, beta. Actin is used as a loading control for western blotting to normalize protein loading. Read full article.