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Researchers Probe Role of Prom-1 in Liver Disease

Biliary fibrosis is a liver disease caused by inflammation that ultimately leads to scarring of the liver. This is a common symptom of biliary atresia, a rare congenital childhood disorder that causes bile to be trapped in the liver; this causesfalse

Epigenetics and Fear Development

Epigenetics, the study of heritable DNA modifications and their impact on the regulation of gene expression, has been a field of scientific inquiry for nearly 80 years. In that time, however, the most commonly studied DNA modification has beenfalse

Applying Nanolipidgels, Researchers Probe New Kidney Disease Target CaMK4

Podocytes, specialized cells named for their foot processes, play an essential role in kidney function. These cells line the capillaries of the glomerulus, the functional unit of filtration within the kidney, and are connected by junctions thatfalse

Introduction to Recombinant Rabbit Monoclonal Antibodies

The production of monoclonal antibodies dates back to 1975 when Köhler and Milstein first described the fusion of immunized mouse spleen B cells with cancerous myeloma cells, resulting in hybridoma cells that are both immortal and secrete a specificfalse

Antibody Manufacturing: The Power of Small Peptides

Antibodies — also referred to as immunoglobulins — represent one of the most powerful tools available for life science researchers. Experimentalists want an antibody that is both specific to their target of interest and sensitive enough for theirfalse

5 Powerful Tools for Lab Management

More than 90 percent of researchers still opt for traditional, paperbound notebooks to record their research (1). But the number looking to switch to electronic systems is quickly increasing. Electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) provide benefits infalse

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