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  • Arabidopsis thaliana: Model Organism in Plant Science and Biote

    Even people who are not plant scientists may have seen thale cress, an unassuming weed growing in sandy soils or even in the concrete gaps. Thale cress, or Arabidopsis thaliana native to Europe, Asia, and Africa, is the workhorse in the research field of plant genetics for decades as it was the firs...
  • Nanopore direct sequencing of proteins with up to 100% accuracy

    Proteins are the primary constituents of living organisms and the primary carriers of life activities. Proteins with biological functions often have a certain spatial structure that is defined at various levels, the most important of which is the primary structure, i.e., the type ...
  • Bacterial Polysaccharides and Their Research Innovations

    Bacteria are covered by polysaccharides at the outer surface in the form of capsules, glycoproteins, or glycolipids. Such a bacterial sugar coat constitutes the principal antigens in most pathogenic bacteria and plays an important role in host-pathogen interactions. With mor...
  • The Wide Application of Escherichia coli Fermentation in Microb

    The microbial fermentation process has been manipulated by humans and is widely used in the production of various foods and other commercial products, including pharmaceuticals. Microbial fermentation can also be used to identify microorganisms for diagnostic purposes.    Several Gr...
  • Comprehensive protein interaction network helps discover candid

    Treatment options for COVID-19 remain limited. Researchers at the University of Helsinki and the University of Eastern Finland first searched for appropriate drug targets and reusable drugs and finally discovered six candidates with antiviral effects against SARS-CoV-2.   Understanding viral ...
  • Physicists have found new quantum effects in bilayer graphene

    Theorists at the University of Texas at Dallas and colleagues in Germany have for the first time observed a rare phenomenon in a very simple material, called the quantum anomalous Hall effect. Previous experiments have only found it in complex or subtle substances.   Fan Zhang, associate prof...
  • CD ComputaBio Announces 3D-QSAR Service for Drug Design and Scr

    CD ComputaBio, a reliable computational biology service provider located in New York, is always hammering at research and trials in order to provide customers with access to the latest software, technologies, and expertise at a competitive price and fast turnaround time. The company has recently lau...
  • APIs production through microbial fermentation

    There are many microorganisms in the world, and these microorganisms play a very important role in human life. At present, the most extensive application field of microorganisms is pharmaceuticals. With the help of the microbial fermentation, many drugs that are beneficial to human health can b...
  • What Are Chelating Agents?

    Chelating agents are organic compounds capable of linking together metal ions to form complex ring-like structures called chelates. They are also known as chelants, chelators, or sequestering agents. What Are Natural Chelating Agents? Citric, malic, lactic, and tartaric acids and certain&...
  • What is Endotoxin shock?

    When a large number of gram-negative pathogens in the lesion or bloodstream die, and a large amount of endotoxin released into the blood, endotoxemia can occur. A large amount of endotoxin acts on the body's macrophages, neutrophils, endothelial cells, platelets, as well as the complement syste...
  • Evidence Indicates mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Protection for Pregnan

    It's reported that over 125,000 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases are pregnant women, including thousands of hospitalized cases and 161 deaths by the end of September 2021. Though such an appalling number of SARS-CoV-2 infections happened to pregnant women, most of them are still on the sidelines ...
  • New Nature study confirms that mRNA vaccines are effective agai

    Since the emergence of the Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 in many parts of the world, the number of so-called "breakthrough infections"—SARS-CoV-2 infection despite vaccination—has increased. Although the overall number is small, it raises questions about the efficacy of vaccine protect...
  • Glycosylation modification of therapeutic antibodies

    The structural and functional heterogeneity of therapeutic antibodies (IgG type) is achieved by post-translational modifications (PTM), among which the glycosylation of antibody Fc is the most heterogeneous one that can affect the stability of the molecule and its interaction with the Fc recept...
  • Latest Study: Coronavirus Kills Brain Cells

    As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in countries around the world, the sequelae of the coronavirus infection have caught the attention of scientists. The so-called COVID-19 sequelae are a series of new, recurrent or ongoing health problems that can occur after initial infection with SARS-CoV-2. Pr...
  • SARS-CoV-2 Glycosylation Profiling Service Now Available at CD

    CD BioGlyco, a biotechnology company that offers a full range of glycobiology-related products, analysis, custom synthesis, and design to help advance glycobiology research, now provides customers with comprehensive and accurate viral glycomics information to speed up the development of vaccines and...
  • Acroscell Offers Cardiac Ion Channel Screen Panels to Detect an

    Acroscell, the mature division of Creative Bioarray, is dedicated to developing top-quality products and cutting-edge technologies for the academia, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology industries. As a service company with strong strength in the field of electrophysiological techniques, Acroscell focu...
  • What is Mitochondria and its research history

    Mitochondria are organelles that are present in most cells and are covered by two layers of membranes. They are the energy-producing structure in cells and the main place for cells to carry out aerobic respiration. They are called "power houses". Its diameter is about 0.5 to 1.0 microns. Except for...
  • Introduction to Classification and Application of Cellulase

    The optimum pH of cellulase is generally 4.5 to 6.5, which acts on cellulose and products derived from cellulose. Microbial cellulase is of great significance in converting insoluble cellulose into glucose and destroying cell walls in fruit and vegetable juice to improve the yield of juice.   ...
  • Brief introduction about Sirna

    Small interfering RNA (siRNA) is sometimes called short interfering RNA (short interfering RNA) or silencing RNA. It is a double-stranded RNA with a length of 20 to 25 nucleotides. There are many in biology Different uses. It is currently known that siRNA is mainly involved in the phenomenon of RNA ...
  • Nature: Structure-based classification of tauopathies

    Abnormal accumulation of misfolded tau in filaments is characteristic of many neurodegenerative diseases—precisely for this reason, these neurodegenerative diseases are collectively referred to as tauopathy. The Michel Goedert team and the Sjors Scheres team at the Molecular Biology Laboratory...
  • HA is a macromolecular glucosamine Posted by jessica Young 2 mi

    Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a macromolecular glucosamine with a molecular weight of 40-80 million, which is mainly synthesized by mesenchymal cells. HA mainly exists in connective tissue, skin, joint fluid, cartilage and vitreous humor. The tissue matrix that constitutes the site. Serum HA is a good ind...
  • Production method of Acyclovir

    Acyclovir is a synthetic purine nucleoside analogue. It is mainly used for various infections caused by herpes simplex virus. It can be used for initial or recurrent skin, mucous membrane, external genital infections and HSV infections in people with immunodeficiency. It is the first choice for...
  • Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) Basics for Cancer Research

    Traditional diagnosis and therapies of cancer were heavily dependent on the histological classification of the tumor. With an emphasis on integrating molecular characteristics into diagnosis and the development of potential cancer therapies, increasing prominence is given to the molecular and g...
  • What Are Probiotics and Can They Help Enhance Human Health?

    There are trillions of bacteria and other microorganisms in the human intestine, which together constitute the intestinal microflora. And the gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) contains the vast majority and most complex pool of immune cells. This microflora has a very close interaction...
  • Creative Biolabs Provides Custom γδ T Cells Products and Servic

    Since the discovery of Gamma delta T cells (γδ T cells), this rare and unique component of the immune system has been recognized for its potential in cancer immunology and immunotherapy. Creative Biolabs is a biotechnology company that has developed an advanced platform to help clients a...
  • The 12th ADC Drug Approved by the FDA

    Seagne and Genmab announced on September 20, 2021 that Tisotumab Vedotin has received accelerated approval from the FDA for the treatment of recurring or metastatic cervical cancer.   Tivdak (Tisotumab vedotin-tftv) is an ADC produced by combining Genmab's tissue factor (TF) monoclonal antibo...
  • Cultivation of Anaerobic Bacteria Culture and Its Application

    Anaerobic bacterial culture is a method used to grow anaerobic bacteria from clinical specimens. Obligate anaerobes are bacteria that can only survive in the absence of oxygen. When exposed to the atmosphere for 10 minutes, obligate anaerobes are destroyed. Some anaerobic bacteria tolerate small amo...
  • What Are Polymer Nanoparticles?

    Polymeric nanoparticles are particles within the size range from 1 to 1000 nm and can be loaded with active compounds entrapped within or surface-adsorbed onto the polymeric core. The term “nanoparticle” stands for both nanocapsules and nanospheres, which are distinguished by the morphol...
  • Profacgen Offers in Silico Protein-protein Interactions Predict

    Profacgen, a state-of-the-art protein service provider located in NY, USA, now utilizes advanced bioinformatics analysis platform and proven expertise to help customers meet their project needs. Supported by rich experience in the field, in silico PPIs team at Profacgen now can provide personal...
  • Advances in Research on Precise Biological Targeting Mechanisms

    Li Hongchang's research group at the Nanomedicine Technology Research Center of Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Yu Xuefeng's research group at the Material Interface Research Center and Li Yang's research group at the Polymer Drug Research Center discovered a ...
  • m5C Profiling Services Now Available by CD Genomics’s RNA Solut

    RNA Solutions is the platform that offers services on the revolutionizing study of RNA, targeting both coding and non-coding RNAs of different physiological functions. The CD Genomics scientists are ready to help detect various types of RNA via meticulous and integrative approaches. These days,...
  • The biosynthetic process of steroid hormones

    Steroid drugs mainly include corticosteroids, sex hormones, progesterone and other types. They are endogenous substances found in the study of the endocrine system of mammals. They are used in maintaining life, mediating sexual function, body development, immune mediation, skin disease treatment and...