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  • Brief introduction about Sirn

    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 ...
  • What Are Sterols?

    Sterols are essential components of the membranes of all eukaryotic organisms, controlling membrane fluidity and permeability. Sterols are the third class of lipids, which play multiple roles that either individually or collectively influence cell processes, and through charge and structure the...
  • Uncovering the mystery of the origin of Alzheimer's disease

    In 1958, Francis Crick proposed the famous "Central Dogma", thereby constructing a large framework for the transmission of biological genetic information, namely "DNA→RNA→Protein". Of course, as a theory, the central principle is often questioned and misunderstood, e.g., RNA can also ...
  • Bacteriophage: Mr. Nice Guys of the Virus World

    It's widely accepted that HIV, Hepatitis C, Ebola, and the ongoing coronavirus have acquired a bad reputation for viruses due to their aggressive and infectious nature. But actually, there are nice guys in the virology world, microscopic bacteriophages. Different from dreadful bad viruses ...
  • Neu5Gc: Sugar Molecule in Red Meat That Causes Cancer in Humans

    Nutrition can greatly influence health. Different dietary habits are strongly associated with various human diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and hypertension. A large number of studies have shown that high consumption of foods of mammalian origin (i.e., red ...
  • Diagnosis and Immunoassay for Acute Pancreatitis

    The number of people getting acute pancreatitis in the United States is increasing on the basis of the current average of 275,000 hospital admissions annually. Most patients admitted with pancreatitis have mild symptoms and can be discharged within a few days. However, 0.6% to 5.6% of pati...
  • Research progress of the correlation between CD47 and lymphoma

    CD47 is a transmembrane protein that regulates a wide range of physiological and pathological functions in the body. CD47 expressed on tumor cells interacts with signal-regulated protein alpha (SIRP) on macrophages to prevent tumor phagocytosis, and research into the CD47-SIRP pathway suggests ...
  • Structural Analysis of Plant Polysaccharides Now Available at C

    CD BioGlyco, a biotechnology company that provides a full range of glycobiology-related products, analysis, custom synthesis and design to advance glycobiology research, now provides advanced and comprehensive polysaccharide structure analysis services to meet customers’ needs.   A...
  • The Classification of honey

    Honey may be contaminated by botulinum toxin during the brewing, transportation and storage process. More than 80% of honey is sugar. Honey is a supersaturated solution of sugar. It will crystallize at low temperatures. It is glucose that will crystallize, and the part that does not crystallize is ...
  • The introduction and brief history about machine translation

    Machine translation, also known as automatic translation, is the process of using a computer to convert one natural language (source language) into another natural language (target language). It is a branch of computational linguistics, one of the ultimate goals of artificial intelligence, and has i...
  • There are two hypotheses about the origin of mitochondria

    There are two hypotheses about the origin of mitochondria, namely the endosymbiosis theory and the non-endosymbiosis theory.   Internal symbiosis theory The theory believes that mitochondria originated from mitochondrial ancestors that were swallowed by another cell-the original mitocho...
  • New Tools for Plant Genome Editing Developed

    Recently, academician Liu Yaoguang's team from College of Life Sciences, South China Agricultural University, The State Key Laboratory for Conservation and Utilization of Subtropical Agro-Bioresources, and Guangdong Laboratory for Lingnan Modern Agriculture, published a research paper entitled "The ...
  • Creative Enzymes Introduces New Type of Lactase for Lactose-fre

    Creative Enzymes, a professional enzymes provider located in New York, USA, always hammers at researches and trials in order to provide customers with various enzymes services as many as possible. Last week, the product manager of Creative Enzymes announced that the company has introduced lactase&nb...
  • Answers to Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Gene Ontology a

    "Big data", "omics", and "data mining" are vocabulary we have often heard in recent years, and second-generation sequencing is often used in scientific research. No matter which sequencing company performs sequencing or data analysis, a standard analysis method will be seen in the final report: func...
  • The key technology of RNA therapy

    It is certain that RNA therapy is no longer a no-man's land for medical innovation. Not only have several products been launched and received good market response, but there are also many pipelines in the research and development side to advance to the middle and late clinical stage, and behind...
  • Pharmacopoeia standards about l- isoleucine

    This product is L-2-amino-3-methylvaleric acid. Calculated as dry product, the content of C6H13NO2 is less than 98.5%. [Properties] This product is white crystal or crystalline powder; odorless. This product is slightly soluble in water and almost insoluble in ethanol or ether. Take this product,...
  • The Synthesis of Nanoparticles You Don’t Want to Miss

    Nanoparticle synthesis refers to methods for creating nanoparticles. Nanoparticles can be derived from larger molecules, or synthesized by ‘bottom-up’ methods that, for example, nucleate and grow particles from fine molecular distributions in liquid or vapour phase. Synthesis c...
  • Evolutionary Drug Delivery

    Drug delivery strategies have greatly facilitated the treatment and application of drugs. The rapid development of therapeutics is dependent on the continuous pursuit of advances in delivery technologies and strategies. Decades ago, small molecule drugs were the predominant therapeutic agents, ...
  • Structure biology will continue to use artificial intelligence

    Nature issued an editorial on July 27, 2021, reflecting on recent topical reporting on AlphaFold.   Our understanding of protein folding will be altered as a result of machine learning. It is important that all data be made available to the public.   "I never imagined we'd make it this...
  • What is Caenorhabditis Elegans and Why Use It As Model Organism

    Speaking of worms, most people would be like "Ew, I hate to think of the feeling of treading them on bare feet in the damp swamp or image that these slimy things are squirming in the compost." However, these little worms, for scientists, are revealing precious lessons about human...
  • The Age of Gene-editing and Crazy Biohackers

    Shaking liquor, flushed cheeks, excited voices, and compulsive words—it's hard to imagine this happening at a science-related conference. This is at the SynBioBeta San Francisco 2017, and the talk being delivered is A Step-by-step Guide to Genetically Modifying Yourself with CRISPR. The audie...
  • An Overview of the Global Bispecific Antibody Therapeutics Mark

    Antibodies, a major component of adaptive immunity, play a critical role in protective and pathogenic immune responses. In recent years, a wide range of antibodies is discovered as candidates of cancer therapeutic agents, including the reconstructive molecules, bispecific antibodies (BsAbs).  ...
  • Creative Biogene Offers One-Stop Customized CRISPR Based Microb

    Creative Biogene Offers One-Stop Customized CRISPR Based Microbe Genome Editing Service for global clients.   New York, United States - August 18, 2021—Creative Biogene has been dedicated itself to undertaking the cause of bioscience for decades and enjoys rich experiences and...
  • Detailed introduction about electronic chemicals

    Also known as electronic chemical materials. Generally refers to the special chemicals and chemical materials used in the electronics industry, that is, various chemicals and materials for the production and packaging of electronic components, printed circuit boards, industrial and consumer machines...
  • Creative Proteomics’s Lipidomics Services to Support Your Resea

    Creative Proteomics has over 10 years of experience in providing advanced multiomics services to customers around the world. Recently, Creative Proteomics has launched a special lipidomics analysis platform to help explore the relative relationship between lipid metabolism changes and physiolog...
  • Graphene Combines with Drugs to Kill Bacteria

    Bacterial infections associated with medical implants have brought a huge burden to medical care, and also brought huge pain to patients all over the world. Now, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a new method to prevent this infection by covering graphene-base...
  • Traditional Chromosome Analysis and Chromosome Microarray: Supp

    For decades, karyotyping has been the standard diagnostic method for prenatal testing. As a method that dates back to the late 1960s, chromosome analysis or karyotype analysis is a test that assesses the size, shape, and number of chromosomes. Extra or missing chromosomes, or abnormal positions of c...
  • Detailed introduction about Ochratoxin

    Ochratoxin includes 7 compounds with similar structures, the general structural formula: R1=Cl or H; R2=H, CH3 or C2H5. Among them, ochratoxin A (R1=C1, R2=H) is the most toxic, and it is most common in moldy grains and feed. Ochratoxin is another mycotoxin that has attracted worldwide attention af...
  • Detailed introduction of Recrystallization

    Recrystallization is a process in which crystals are dissolved or melted in a solvent and then recrystallized from a solution or melt. Recrystallization can purify impure materials or separate mixed materials from each other.   Definition Recrystallization is a process in which a substance i...
  • The Key Quality Attributes of ADC Drugs

    Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) are conjugates of cytotoxic small-molecule drugs with targeted monoclonal antibodies through a linker. The specificity of antibodies reduces the toxicity of small-molecule drugs and increases the therapeutic window. In the past two years, ADC drugs have made...
  • New Findings on Cancer Cell Growth

    Cell growth and division require the production of new proteins. This also applies to cancer cells. In a new study published in the journal Science Progress, researchers at the Carolinska Institute studied the protein eIF4A3 and its role in cancer cell growth. This study shows that by blocking ...
  • The evolutionary history of drug delivery

    Recently, Samir Mitragotri's team published a review in Nature Biomedical Engineering, systematically summarizing five types of therapeutic drugs, which are small molecules, nucleic acids, peptides, proteins, and cells, as well as related drug delivery challenges and three measures taken to fac...
  • Interaction Among Phage, Bacteria, and Health-2

    What are the effects of bacteriophages on the body's immune system? Bacteriophages cannot infect eukaryotic cells, but more and more studies have shown that phages can regulate the immune response of mammals. Especially when the phage and the host bacteria are in a symbiotic relationship, the ...
  • Interaction Among Phage, Bacteria, and Health

    As bacterial viruses, bacteriophages have been increasingly reported for their unique role in affecting bacterial diseases. Bacteriophages can directly control the composition and abundance of bacteria and indirectly affect the body's metabolism and immune system.   The human body is like a m...
  • Monitor Your Health With Microfluidic Sweat Sensors

    When it comes to sweat, the first impression would be a stinky workout byproduct for most people. However, sweat is an interesting biological fluid for researchers who focus on health-assessing wearable microfluidic sensors, because it contains electrolytes, molecules, lactate, and pr...
  • CRISPR Breakthrough: First Gene Editing Work in Space

    Environmental factors, such as ultraviolet light, can cause DNA damage in organisms. In humans and animals, this DNA damage may cause cancer. Fortunately, cells themselves have several different strategies to repair damaged DNA. The human beings living on the earth are protected by the atmosph...
  • Enhanced Cell Therapy by Non-genetic Methods: Showing Huge Pote

    Cell therapy is a novel disease treatment technology that has emerged as a therapeutic strategy for cancer diseases in recent years. It is a minimally invasive procedure, which aims to repair the diseased state of the tissue or organ to its original state by transplanting human cells. Cell ther...
  • CD BioGlyco Announced Release of Comprehensive Fatty Acid Analy

    CD BioGlyco, a biotechnology company that is committed to discovering, developing, manufacturing and providing innovative glycobiology-related high quality products and services, recently announced the release of comprehensive fatty acid analysis services.   Fatty acids (FA) are a class of co...
  • Detailed information about corn feed analysis

    ​ Corn gluten feed is made of corn gluten meal, corn steep liquor, corn fiber, crushed corn, corn husks, compounded, pressed at high temperature, deep degreasing, and fermented by multiple acid-resistant bacteria in liquid and solid state, and then hydrolyzed at low temperature. , Compound protein ...
  • Analysis of immunogenicity of therapeutic protein drugs

    The immunity of therapeutic protein drugs refers to the response of sexual protein and/or other disease treatments to self-treatment or the ability of related proteins to significantly alleviate or related events. The reaction has a wide range of effects, from the temporary emergence of drug resista...
  • Creative Diagnostics Launches Lentiviral SARS-CoV-2 Pseudovirus

    As a global leading supplier of of raw materials, antibodies, and reagents for bio-technology industry, Creative Diagnostics recently launched a variety of lentiviral SARS-CoV-2 pseudovirus from a wide range of coronavirus species. Different vectors can be used to express different repor...
  • A Novel Type of Immunotherapy May Eliminate All Advanced Tumor

    Immunotherapy has gained full attention around the world, which gradually becomes the mainstream cancer treatment. As the key executor of the downstream effects of the immune response, macrophages play an important role in the immune response and have super "plasticity".   Recently, researche...
  • Profacgen Provides Tandem Affinity Purification Service for Pro

    Profacgen, a state-of-the-art protein service provider located in USA, that provides a comprehensive list of protein interaction services for the science community, now provides quality Tandem Affinity Purification service based on a two-step purification system, which significantly reduces the bind...
  • MicrobioSeq Introduces Skin Microbiome Solutions to Accelerate

    MicrobioSeq represents the microbial genomics division of CD Genomics headquartered in New York, USA. CD Genomics is a genomics service company with a good reputation in providing reliable de novo sequencing, genotyping, microarray, and bioinformatics services. With years of experience in the pharma...
  • Design and R&D of covalent drugs

    For a long time, electrophilic groups have been a minefield in drug development. Therefore, in the classic medicinal chemistry textbooks of the past, it is always recommended to avoid introducing functional groups such as epoxide, acridine and Michael receptor into the structure of drug mo...
  • BAS is a new type of biological reaction amplification system

    Biotin-Avidin-System (BAS) is a new type of biological reaction amplification system developed in the late 1970s. With the advent of various biotin derivatives, BAS has quickly been widely used in various fields of medicine. A large number of studies in recent years have confirmed that the biotin-av...
  • Coronavirus outbreaks-experimental antiviral drugs

    Researchers have found that experimental antiviral drugs can fight the new coronavirus, which is expected to resist future coronavirus outbreaks.       Introduction: Recently, scientists published a paper titled "SARS-CoV-2 infection is effectively treated and prevented by EIDD-28...
  • Creative BioMart Microbe Provides Fecal Microbiota Transplantat

    Creative BioMart Microbe, a sub-brand of Creative BioMart that provides microbiological services and products to multi-industry customers, now has been focusing on the development of microbiotherapy, especially researches related to fecal microbiota transplantation, trying to help customers engaged ...
  • Post-Pandemic Era: Surviving the Mutant COVID-19 Virus

    Since April 2021, India's COVID-19 epidemic has worsened rapidly, arousing great concern from countries around the world. Experts believe that the emergence and spread of the SARS-CoV-2 mutations is one of the reasons for the rapid deterioration of the epidemic in India. So, what are ...
  • Patients Affected COVID-19 May Further Suffer from Acute Kidney

    COVID-19 caused by the coronavirus has led to the global pandemic for a long time. Doctors and researchers found its damage to the lungs in previous research, while more infections are showing that the coronavirus also results in severe and lasting damage to other organs, including the hea...