Give Your Research 100% With a S100 Antibody

Posted by Deane Buckley on Jul 7, 2015 10:00:00 AM


Figure: Schematic representation of S100 proteins in the MAP kinase and NF-kappaB pathways.

S100 proteins are a family of proteins known for their role in a variety of cellular pathways and diseases. This blog post will catch you up on the latest research on these important proteins.

Read More

Topics: Immunology, Apoptosis, Cancer

Elevate Your Research: New Pathways of Study For Your PCSK9 ELISA Kit

Posted by Deane Buckley on Jun 22, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Figure: Schematic representation of PCSK-cIAP1 Binding Assay Kit which can be used to screen inhibitors of PCSK9-cIAP1 interaction during apoptosis.


As discussed in two prior blog posts, PCSK9 has primarily been studied for its role in regulating cholesterol levels and as a target for treatments to lower cholesterol. However, PCSK9 has been found to be involved in many other important pathways.

This blog post will catch you up on the latest research into the diverse functions of PCSK9.

Read More

Topics: Apoptosis

The Fas and the Furious 2: The Importance of Fas in Cancer

Posted by Deane Buckley on May 13, 2015 3:14:46 PM


Given the prominent role of Fas in many important cell functions (7 Facts to Catch You Up to Speed on Fas), Fas has been implicated in a variety of disease states such as cancer. Here are some major findings from recent research about the role of Fas in cancer:

Read More

Topics: Apoptosis, Cancer

The Fas and the Furious: 7 Facts to Catch You Up to Speed on Fas and How a Fas Antibody Can Help Your Research

Posted by Deane Buckley on Apr 30, 2015 11:09:00 AM


Apoptosis induced by Fas antibody

Fas antigen is a receptor protein that has been linked to many diseases such as cancer1 and autoimmune diseases2. Here are seven findings from research on this protein to catch you up to speed on Fas:

Read More

Topics: Apoptosis

Subscribe to Email Updates

Recent Posts