Cancer cellular analysis involves understanding complex defects in communication between cells that alter normal programs of proliferation, transcription, growth, migration, differentiation and death.
Further advances in understanding altered cancer pathways and their interconnections may accelerate the development of molecularly targeted therapies allowing improvements in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
The right mix of tools and technologies are needed to observe, follow, and probe deeper into cancer cellular networks. With expertise that spans from cell culture, RNAi, and gene expression analysis to innovative products for rapid protein detection and cellular imaging, we have affordable, high-quality solutions designed to help you reach your cancer research goals.
Visualize intracellular changes in cancer cells right on your benchtop using Invitrogen assays and the FLoid Cell Imaging Station. Image cell cycle progression in live cells with Premo FUCCI Cell Cycle Sensor.
Foster the right cell types and culture environments to decipher cancer cell signaling pathways influenced by altered genes. Identify downstream genes and processes regulated by your gene or pathway of interest through the power of RNAi. targeted editing to precisely evaluate cancer phenotypes through target validation and cell-line optimization.
Analysis of genome-wide differential RNA expression provides researchers with greater insights into biological pathways and molecular mechanisms that regulate cell fate, development, and disease progression.
Identify quiescent cancer stem cells and determine their role in metastasis and therapeutic resistance.
Identify, track, and analyze cancer cell signaling events in individual cancer cells using flow cytometry for cell proliferation, cell cycle, apoptosis, and immunophenotyping and detect rare cellular events such as human circulating endothelial cells.
Drive efficiency in drug assay development, high-throughput screening and metabolic and safety assessment with the support, expertise, and customization to meet your unique cancer research needs.
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