Currently, there are no approved drugs to treat the SARS-CoV-2 infection that causes COVID-19. Existing drugs are being examined for strategies to treat the disease.
With the advancement of immunotherapeutics, the urge to understand the tumor microenvironment has never been more pressing.
Recently, we talked with our student assistant Dustin Krüger about his master’s thesis at the University of Hamburg.
We are pleased to introduce a new kit from Assay Genie for robust and reproducible one-step coronavirus detection using real time RT-qPCR.
Matreya is a lipid biochemical company offering a comprehensive line of sphingolipids, glycosphingolipids, gangliosides, globotriaosylceramides, fatty acids, and sterols.
The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, shares 79.5% sequence identity with the virus responsible for SARS. Both viruses use the same receptor ACE2 for mediating viral entry into host cells.
Following the recent pandemic of COVID-19 we are highlighting antibodies against the related SARS-Coronavirus.
During AACR 2019, we talked with Weinmei Ma, the founder of Arigo Biolaboratories, about her company, products, and their headquarter in Taiwan.
Stressed about picking an oxidative damage assay? Cayman Chemical provides a guide to help you choosing the right assay for detecting your DNA/RNA, protein or lipid damaging reagent.
At AACR we talked to Suzan Oberle from BPS Bioscience about the companies history, the beautiful town of San Diego and the unique cell line rental program..
Apoptosis encompasses a non-inflammatory cascade of molecular events and results in distinct morphological changes including reduction in cellular volume, nuclear fragmentation, condensation of chromatin, DNA degradation, cell membrane blebbing, and subsequent dispersal into apoptotic bodies.
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