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Bases are the chemical opposite of acids. They are commonly defined as compounds that form aqueous solutions that taste bitter, have a high pH (>7), cause litmus paper to turn blue, are slippery to the touch, and react with acids to form water and salts.
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Bio-based chemicals represent a rapidly growing, high-demand industry. This emerging market delivers biodegradable plastics, plant-based cleaning supplies, and renewable energy sources, among several other uses, resulting in eco-friendly consumption alternatives.
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Expand your experimental possibilities beyond synthetic siRNAs usingvector-based expression of target-specific shRNA and miRNA. Achieve: Stable or transient target knockdown Lentiviral delivery in hard-to-transfect, primary, and non-dividing cells Co-expression of a fluorescent reporter for...
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Available 24-hours a day and seven days a week, our knowledge bases provide instant access to a wide variety of information across our broad product portfolio and to frequently asked questions. Created by subject matter experts, these tools serve as databases for technical resources and are...
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With the recent surge of T cell–based immunotherapies, more researchers are taking interest in these specialized immune cells, particularly with respect to the development of chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) therapies.
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We offer a number of reporter systems for cell-based assays. GeneBLAzer reporter assays use a β-lactamase gene combined with a FRET-enabled substrate to provide reliable and sensitive detection in cells.
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures., View all What are the benefits of using a vector to deliver RNAi? Do you offer an inducible system for shRNA expression? If so, how does it work? What is a dose response curve or kill curve? And can you outline the steps involved?
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Having difficulties with your experiment? We are dedicated to your success. Get back on track. View our expert recommendations for commonly encountered problem scenarios. View the relevant questions below:, Browse our FAQ database for more information ›, Need more information?
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The task of generating cell lines, parental cell lines, high throughput-ready cells and other tools for your cell-based discovery projects can be greatly simplified with custom cell engineering tools from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures., What recommendations do you have for selecting a transfection reagent? What points should I consider to achieve optimal transfection with a lipid-based transfection reagent? What is the stability of your transfection reagents?
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GeneBLAzer Validated Assays for Nuclear Receptors (NRs) provide you with a reliable, rapid, and sensitive method for analyzing the intracellular status of NRs upon exposure to drug candidates or other stimuli.
Learn More Copper & Other Base Metals
Society’s plans for a decarbonized world will rely on renewable energy and transport electrification, which is a copper-intensive strategy. Copper mining activities will struggle to meet this growing demand as new copper deposits discovery rates are lagging, and current operating mines are...
Learn More Nuclear Receptor Cell-Based Assays
Analyze compound efficacy as full or partial agonists or antagonists using cell lines validated by the Life Technology team of Nuclear Receptor experts. Life Technology offers cell-based NR assays in two cell states: Division Arrested, non-dividing cells, for “by the plate” assays Dividing Cells...
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Cloud-based technologies, including mass spectrometry analysis software, are becoming more prevalent in laboratories. These technologies can connect pieces of hardware, access the latest information to aid in processing large and complex datasets and obtain deeper insights into our data, both faster...