1. 12 facts about Lactate Oxidase

    12 facts about Lactate Oxidase
    Lactate detection and quantification plays a vital role in healthcare, especially in conditions such as hemorrhage, sepsis, tissue hypoxia, respiratory failure and kidney failure. It also has a key role in sports medicine where it is essential in monitoring athletes. Lactate Oxidase is an enzyme which is predominantly used in the detection of Lactate. This has led to development of...
  2. CHIR 99021 GSK3 Inhibitor’s Role in Stem Cell Research

    CHIR 99021 GSK3 Inhibitor’s Role in Stem Cell Research
    Stem cell therapies are the leading and most sensational topic in the world of scientific research. The excitement is due to the huge potential these cells have in curing human diseases. What are stem cells? They are undifferentiated cells in human body that are capable of differentiating into specialized cell types. Stem cells differentiate into different cell types during early...
  3. FAQs About Aprotinin Serine Protease Inhibitor

    FAQs About Aprotinin Serine Protease Inhibitor
    Initially named "kallikrein inactivator, Aprotinin was first isolated from cow parotid glands in 1930. As a pancreatic enzyme inhibitor, it was initially used in the treatment for acute pancreatitis, a condition in which the destruction of the gland by its own enzymes is thought to be part of the pathogenesis. Bovine pancreatic trypsin inhibitor (BPTI) is one of the most thoroughly...
  4. Top 5 Molecular Biology and Genetics Universities in the World

    Top 5 Molecular Biology and Genetics Universities in the World
    With great discoveries precedes a solid educational foundation. Compiling a list of the top 5 molecular biology and genetics universities in the world takes in a variety of factors such as awards given, reputation, number of papers cited, and more. Keeping all of these factors in mind, here are the top 5 molecular biology and genetics universities in the world...
  5. Cycloheximide-induced T-cell Death Is Mediated by a Fas-associated Death Domain-dependent Mechanism

    Cycloheximide (CHX) can contribute to apoptotic processes, either in conjunction with another agent (e.g. tumor necrosis factor-α) or on its own. The apoptotic process is now known to involve the well orchestrated interactions of cell death receptors, death receptor adaptors, caspases, and Bcl-2 family members.

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