7 Types of Biomarkers
Biomarkers are measurable biological indicators with numerous clinical applications each providing unique information about an individual's health status. The identification and development of new biomarkers can greatly improve disease detection, prognosis, and treatment. There are seven categories of clinical applications of biomarkers, each with a unique purpose and significance. Learn more!
How Neural Lineage Cells Contribute to Brain Function and Behavior
Understanding the development and progression of lineage cell types within the nervous system is critical for understanding the mechanisms of neurodegeneration and other brain diseases and can help identify potential sites for intervention. Read more and explore our primary antibodies targeting relevant markers in the neural lineage development pathways.
New markers targeting neuroendocrine neoplasms NENs
A neuroendocrine neoplasm (NEN) begins in the cells of the neuroendocrine system. These cells have traits of both hormone-producing endocrine cells and nerve cells. The advent of second-generation NEN markers for use in immunohistochemistry has considerably expanded the pathology toolbox for diagnosing and classifying NENs. Atlas Antibodies has released new monoclonal markers targeting NENs. Read more in our new blog post!
Interview with a scientist: immune resistance in lung cancer
In our new ”Interview with a Scientist” blog post, we asked Antonio Marzio, Ph.D., about his research on the mechanisms that drive immune-resistant responses in patients with non-small-cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC). Read on to learn more!
Research Roundup Neuroscience
Primary antibodies are a powerful tool in basic research. In our new research roundup dedicated to neuroscience, we talk about a mechanism responsible for drug resistance in epileptic patients and a newly discovered and evolutionarily conserved feature of oligodendrocytes.
10 ways to look at the human proteome
Antibody-based immunoassays are widely used in exploratory preclinical and pharmaceutical research as tools for discovering new druggable protein targets. Read about the 10 ways to explore and map the human proteome and how it helps researchers and clinicians on their discovery journeys.
Glioma classification and key molecular pathology
The classification of gliomas is changing profoundly, shifting from a morphology-based guide to a system based on molecular criteria built around their genomic landscape and data from next-generation sequencing. Read more to learn about the key molecular markers that allow the latest classification of gliomas.
Research Roundup: cancer research
Our new Research Roundup summarises three cancer research studies that have used polyclonal antibodies from Atlas Antibodies. Today we share insights into a new biomarker for glioma, the metastatic process in colorectal cancer, and the effect of ginseng metabolites on cancer cells proliferation. Learn more!
Five questions to better understand T-cell receptors therapy
T-Cell receptors therapy is a growing area of immuno-oncology with recent breakthroughs in clinical settings, thereby demonstrating his therapeutic potential in mitigating tumor development. So what do you know about T-Cell therapy? Read on! Dr. Erika von Euw from T-Cure Bioscience help us to understand it better.
Research Roundup: cell biology
Do you love cell biology? Here for you are three new research studies showing our antibodies in action. This latest Research Roundup talks about kinesin’s motor domain in microtubules, membranes & trafficking in organelles, and lysosomal protein composition.