Neurons are born in brain areas rich in neural precursor cells (or neural stem cells). These cells have the potential to generate most of the different types of neurons and glia. In this infographic, you can explore our selection of primary antibodies to study neural lineage pathways.
Ovarian cancer is the 8th most common cancer among women. Discover key fact&stat, challenges, and the newly-released PrecisA MonoclonalTM antibodies targeting 23 proteins relevant to ovarian cancers with diagnostic and prognostic values.
Neuroendocrine neoplasms (NENs) are cancers that begin in specialized cells called neuroendocrine cells, which are the cells that release hormones in the bloodstream. Download the infographic to learn more about NENs diagnostic and therapeutic challenges and the IHC markers for diagnosing NENs and tracing their site of origin.
Identifying cancer markers using primary antibodies is a widely used strategy in cancer diagnostics, screening, and research. In this infographic, we have selected our PrecisA Monoclonal antibodies for use as prognostic genes with regard to cancer type and associated with favorable or unfavorable clinical outcomes.
Biomarkers detect anomalies in patients' liquid samples such as blood, urine or in patients' tissues, providing accurate diagnosis and better prognosis, for individual treatment. This infographic highlights some valuable resources for cancer research.
Do you know how many proteins each organelle contains? Start exploring the Cell Atlas, part of the Human Protein Atlas, to learn more! We share links and resources in this infographic, including white papers, antibodies, and other educational info just for you.
The use of stem cells in biomedical research is a highly active area of science. Stem cells provide a tool for in vivo and in vitro research to either replace cells lost in degenerative processes or to model such diseases to elucidate their underlying mechanisms. This infographic contains links to interesting stem cell-related resources.
Five more reasons to trust our antibodies! Enhanced validation is an extra layer of validation that guarantees the security of antibody specificity in a defined application. This infographic describes the five methods of enhanced validation.