Based on the proof that hemochromatosis, an iron-overload illness, drives hepatocellular carcinoma, we hypothesized that power exposure to excess iron, both due to genetic or environmental causes, predisposes a person to cancer. Using pancreatic cancer as our major focus, we employed cell tradition research to interrogate the connection between excess iron and cancer, and mixed in vitro and in vivo research to… Continue reading
How to find the most suitable primary or secondary antibody for your experiments
Choosing the correct antibodies is a determining step in the success or otherwise of any immunoassay. That is why we present below a series of important guidelines to take into account when selecting the appropriate antibodies to successfully carry out your tests. APPLICATION Antibody datasheets detail the applications or techniques in which they have been… Continue reading
Choosing a Fluorescent Protein
In this review you will find everything you need to know to choose the best fluorescent protein for biological imaging. Since the original green fluorescent protein (GFP) gene was cloned in 1992, there has been an explosion in the variety of fluorescent proteins (PF) available. They can be fused with a protein in transgenic cells… Continue reading
What is in vitro cultivation? There is one area in the biological sciences that has proven benefits and has evolved rapidly since the last decades of the last century. It refers to the production of crops from isolated parts of plants, commonly referred to as tissue cultures. By this term is meant the cultivation in… Continue reading
Micropropagation is a tissue culture method that is used for rapid vegetative propagation of plants under sterile conditions. Plant tissue culture is a technique of growing ste/rile conditions of plant cells, tissues or organs on an artificial medium in special containers under controlled environmental conditions. Explant is the part of the plant that grows under… Continue reading
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