Panorama Human p53 protein functional microarray is based on technology that ensures that the protein is correctly folded and confers full functionality. The array contains wild type human p53 and 49 variants.
Illumina, Inc. offers two new Sentrix BeadChips enable multi-sample whole-genome or RefSeq-based expression profiling of multi mouse samples.
ExonHit SpliceArrays now available for direct purchase from Agilent Technologies SpliceArrays use a patent protected combination of exon and junction probes for robust, specific detection of the two possible molecular species resulting from each splice event.
Exemplar Genotyping Analysis Suite 2.2 analyzes data from genotyping experiments as well as clinical/environmental data. The bioinformatics and analytical software facilitates an understanding of the relationships between medical affectations, genes and environment.
TERANODE Reagent Production software supports reagent production control, QA, and reporting in the synthesis of organic and inorganic compounds, for peptide synthesis and protein expression research, DNA and RNA research, and in the development of assay kits.
Phenotype MicroArrays (PM) are offered for cell-based assays used with mammalian cell lines. The mammalian cell capability is added to the expanding list of uses of PM technology for a variety of research applications including drug discovery, functional genomics, and cellular toxicology.
The Visualizer EC Western Blot Detection Kit is a luminal peroxidase formulation offering high signal-to-noise ratios and sensitivity and low background.
TaqMan microRNA Assays are offered for the detection and quantitation of mature human microRNA (miRNA) expression levels.
Figure 1. Center for Microfluidics and Medical Diagnostics Director Dr. Chia Chang (right) and Center research professor Dr. Zilin Chen have developed high-pressure, low power pumps for controlled drug delivery through the skin.
Stresses systems biology research
Listing of drug developments and approvals
Projects focus on "smart nanoplatforms"
Genes important to its virulence revealed
More so in rodents than in humans
New research suggests positive role