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Find out about EGFR interactions, roles and cancer therapy options.
The tumor microenvironment(TME)is the zone where malignant, supporting cells and extracellular matrix interact to promote tumor growth and survival. Read more about this area in our article.
Find a complete list of human analytes for our membrane antibody arrays. Use membrane arrays to profile samples for cytokines, angiogenesis markers, inflammatory markers and many more.
Use In-Cell ELISAs to quantify intra-cellular targets in whole cells with lysate preparation
Identify panels of biomarkers for the four most common forms of cancer: lung, breast, bowel,m and prostate cancer.
Looking to keep up with the latest epigenetics literature? Read our summaries of our favorite epigenetics research papers from January.
Our list of individual mouse analytes and pre-designed panels for FirePlex® multiplex immunoassays.
In this on-demand introductory webinar to In-Cell ELISA, our resident expert Dr John Constable explains the benefits of In-Cell technology, key reagents and optimizing techniques.
Our ELISA specialist talks you through converting O.D. measurements into accurate protein concentrations.
Want a hand keeping up with the most exciting new research in the field of epigenetics? We have hand-picked out favorite epigenetics articles from February