Recombinant mouse Tryptase-5/Prss32 is encoded by the Prss32 gene. The mT5/Prss32 is a member of the mouse serine protease superfamily and is composed of a signal peptide, a pro region, a catalytic domain and a C-terminal hydrophobic peptide.
SR-Series refrigerators and freezers are offered in both 23 cu/ft (single door) and 49 cu/ft (double door) models with stainless steel interior and exterior surfaces, microprocessor controls and digital temperature displays, available with solid or glass doors.
The Mercator PhosphoArray glass slide microarray measures phosphorylation of EGFR, FAK, Src, Paxillin, AKT, p38, HSP27 and ATF2. Made from a technology similar to sandwich ELISAs, the kits reproducibly quantify eight phosphoproteins with minimal use of sample in <5 hrs.
PTEN (phosphatase and tensin homolog) activity assay is offered in a non-radioactive 96-well ELISA format that directly measures PTEN activity in vitro , and that specifically measures the lipid product of PTEN.
Strep Tag technology is based on the strong and specific interaction between biotin and streptavidin. The short Strep Tag II fusion tag (8 amino acids) reduces potential interference with target protein structure or function.
High throughput system maximizes electroporation yields of mammalian, bacterial and yeast cell lines.
PerkinElmer Corp. offers a group of products dedicated to cellular screening. The LumiLux uHTS system enables luminescent ultra-high throughput cellular screening with all types of cells in 1536 well format.
BIOiTRAQ MS-based systems are offered for key phases of biomarker research. Workflows provide discovery, identification and quantitation within a single experiment. Systems suit varying research needs and budgets, incorporating iTRAQ and ICAT reagents; a versatile instrument platform; and software.
FDA, industry to collaborate
Listing of drug developments and approvals
Genetically defined mouse models of human cancer
Application in high-throughput cancer diagnostics
Ron Morrison is Principal Investigator for a study being conducted at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. He and his group are doing research on nutrition. They are examining how adipocytes, or fat cells, grow and divide.
Orphan drug meets accelerated approval