Overview of Multiplex Immunohistochemistry

With the advancement of immunotherapeutics, the urge to understand the tumor microenvironment has never been more pressing.

Guide to Enzyme Unit Definitions and Assay Design

Enzyme units and specific activity explained.

The Tubulin Code

The role of post-translational modifications of tubulins.

Obesity and Diabetes

This article focuses on the differences between white, brown and beige adipose tissue, as well as the role of adipokines in the development of obesity and insulin resistance.

FAQ for Actin and Tubulin

Your questions answered by the experts from PurSolutions.

Science History

One year celebrating the most exciting stories in science history.

Biologically Active Peptides

Like proteins, peptides occur in nature and are responsible for many functions.

Species Differences in Pregnane X Receptor Activation

Examination of common laboratory animal species.

The First Therapeutic Use of Penicillin

On February 12, 1941 penicillin was first used in the treatment of a patient. This was the first time that an effective drug for the treatment of bacterial infections became available.

Henrietta Lacks' Immortal Cells

65 years ago the first immortalized cell line, today known as HeLa, was established.

Recycling the Cell: Autophagy and the Ubiquitin-Proteasome Processes

In order for the cell to function normally, a balance must be maintained between the production, degradation, and clearance of cytoplasmic components.

The First Synthetic Production of Growth Hormone

On January 6, 1971 Berkeley chemists announced the first synthetic production of growth hormone.
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