We deliver the broadest selection available of carcinogenic and chemopreventive biochemicals, as well as research reagents and kits for apoptosis, angiogenesis, biomarker identification, metabolomics, and functional genomics.
This article reviews some of our newest and most innovative technologies and their specific applications toward cancer research. It describes how complex the disease of cancer is, and how difficult it is to identify one topic that is completely
Ginseng root extract inhibits the proliferation of human cancer cells in vitro, including those that represent many common cancers, such as breast cancer. Ginseng extracts contain over 20 different ginsenosides, saponin glycosides that are biologically active constituents of ginseng. Several
Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is used to characterize intracellular proteins or various cell surfaces in all tissues. Individual markers or more often panels of various marker proteins can be used to characterize various tumor subtypes, confirm tissue of origin, distinguish metastatic from
What are primary cells? A comprehensive overview of animal and human primary cell lines and media and how they are used in biomedical cell culture applications. Primary cultures are less homogeneous relative to cell lines.
Metastasis is the cumulative result of multiple changes in tumor cells. Explore tumor metastasis employing various cell migration and invasion assays like Boyden chamber assay, Millicell® µ-Migration Assay and in vitro scratch assay.
Our aim was to investigate the dimerization and activation pattern of two receptors, EGFR (ErbB1) and HER2 (ErbB2), in the EGFR-family using breast cancer cell lines and selected colon tissues as model systems.
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Information on fatty acid synthesis and metabolism in cancer cells. Learn how proliferatively active cells require fatty acids for functions such as membrane generation, protein modification, and bioenergetic requirements. These fatty acids are derived either from dietary sources or are