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In 1886, L. Knorr heated a mixture of alpha-nitroso ethyl acetoacetate and ethyl acetoacetate together in glacial acetic acid in the presence of zinc dust, forming a tetra-substituted pyrrole. Since then, the condensation of an alpha-amino ketone or alpha-amino-beta ketoester with an active...
Predesigned TaqMan™ Copy Number Assays are ideal for analysis of copy number variation (CNV) and smaller regions in human and mouse genomes. CNV is an important polymorphism associated with diseases such as cancer, immune diseases and neurological disorders as well as drug metabolism.
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We offer a wide range of biotin and desthiobiotin labeling reagents for targeting specific functional groups or residues, including primary amines and sulfhydryls on proteins, peptides, antibodies and other biomolecules.
Two media, ready to use High-quality cells in up to 50% less time Highly pure cells Functional cells, “We have been very happy with the PSC Definitive Endoderm Induction kit. It has been easy to follow the protocol and it worked for us the first time!” Marcie Glicksman, Ph.D.
Find technical resources for the Invitrogen Countess II, including manuals, application notes, software download information, and ordering information for consumables and accessories for your instrument.
Learn More Apoptosis Overview
Cell death can occur via two processes–Accidental Cell Death (ACD) or Programmed Cell Death (PCD). Apoptosis is a type of PCD that is essential for maintaining the homeostasis of the cell and doubles as a defense mechanism in pathological conditions.
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ProtoArray services and its associated products have been discontinued, information here is for reference. ProtoArray microarrays are high-density, functional protein microarrays that enable rapid elucidation of protein interactions on a proteome scale.
Learn More Gibco Dynamis Medium
Gibco Dynamis Medium provides the power to achieve higher titers, faster process development, and seamless scale-up. Download this product selection guide to help you navigate which media and feeds work best with specific cell lines.
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Invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells secrete a wide variety of cytokines and rapidly respond to lipid antigenic stimulation [1–2] . They are a CD1d-restricted population of T cells which can be uniquely identified based on the expression of CD1d T cell receptors (TCRs) as well as typical T...
Learn More Death Receptor Pathway
Death receptors signaling and modulation are highly complex processes that are a part of apoptosis, or programmed cell death. Certain cells have unique sensors, termed Death Receptors (DRs), on their surface which detect the presence of extracellular death signals and, in response, rapidly ignite...
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The Thermo Scientific HyPerformaSmartainer 3.0 systems are durable outer support containers made of stainless steel and used in conjunction with single-use BioProcess Containers (BPCs) for storage and in-house liquid handling operations of large-volume, sterile process liquids.
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Thermo Scientific Sorvall centrifuges and their innovative rotors are available for your processing needs—spanning protein and cell biology to molecular biology and drug discovery to clinical research, and supporting labware from microplates and microtubes to large-capacity bottles.
Learn More Digestion of Methylated DNA
DNA methylation is the process of transferring a methyl group from a donor molecule to either a cytosine or an adenine by DNA methyltransferases. Such methylation is the most common and abundant DNA modification process in living organisms.
Learn More ErbB Family Pathway
The ErbB (Erythroblastic Leukemia Viral Oncogene Homolog) or EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) family of transmembrane RTKs (Receptor Tyrosine Kinases) plays an important role during the growth and development of a number of organs including the heart, the mammary gland, and the central nervous system.