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Explore the power of knock-out cell lines for your research
Whether you’re studying endogenous c-Myc or Myc-tagged proteins, we’ve got you covered. Try our rabbit monoclonal to c-Myc and our 9E10 clone to the Myc tag.
Learn about the Myc family, the role of c-MYC as an oncogene, the structure and function of the protein and its phosphorylation and degradation.
Everything you need to study Myc tagged proteins, and c-Myc expression and phosphorylation, transcription factor activity, and target genes and miRNAs.
Explore our guide to epitope tags and their use in applications such as ELISA, Western blot, and immunoprecipitation.
Listen to Professor Gerard Evan on why targeting the engines of cancer could prove more effective that personalized medicine.
Simple but sophisticated: assay kits to help you analyze the metabolism of sugars, lipids, amino acids, intermediaries, alcohols, and more.
Assay cell viability, cytotoxicity, and apoptosis in live or fixed cells, with the latest technologies and using flow cytometer, microscopy or microplate reader
Learn how to reprogram induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), maintain PSCs, differentiate them and which markers to use for germ layers, neural cells etc
The latest publications using CRISPR KO cell lines to advance research.
Review the advantages and disadvantages of the most commonly used transcription factor assays and find which is the most suitable for you