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Read a case study of 3T3-L1 cells differentiation into adipocyte-like cells. Includes detection of leptin, adiponectin, FABP4 and lipid accumulation.
A summary of our 3-part webinar series on metabolic syndrome, discussing its pathophysiology, molecular mechanisms and animal models used to study it.
Simple but sophisticated: assay kits to help you analyze the metabolism of sugars, lipids, amino acids, intermediaries, alcohols, and more.
Analyze FirePlex® multiplex assays on your flow cytometer. Sensitive and accurate with no need for a dedicated instrument.
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.
Find a complete list of mouse analytes for our membrane antibody arrays. Use membrane arrays to profile samples for cytokines, angiogenesis and inflammatory markers.
Our list of individual mouse analytes and pre-designed panels for FirePlex® multiplex immunoassays.
Find a complete list of rat analytes for our membrane antibody arrays. Use membrane arrays to profile samples for cytokines and acute kidney injury markers.
Our list of individual human analytes and pre-designed panels for FirePlex® multiplex immunoassays.
Comprehensive guide to Human CD antigens.