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Biotechnology-Manufacturing and supplying recombinant proteins, antibodies, chemokines, cytokines, enzymes, growth factors, hormones, neurotrophins, ubiquitins, antibodies and antigens for clinical research, molecular diagnostics and biopharmaceutical drug development
Biotechnology-Manufacturing and supplying recombinant proteins, antibodies, chemokines, cytokines, enzymes, growth factors, hormones, neurotrophins, ubiquitins, antibodies and antigens for clinical research, molecular diagnostics and biopharmaceutical drug development

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Immunity: Why Can’t HIV Be Cured? Scientists Find the Key Mechanism!
A recent study done by researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) explored how the virus acquired its lair. They found that the cell survival mechanism in infected cells was activated, providing potential targets for the future treatment of HIV. The study was published in Immunity.
http://www.creativebiomart.net/blog/immunity-why-cant-hiv-be-cured-scientists-find-the-key-mechanism/
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Research highlight: PNAS: A Key Switch in Biological Clocks Found.
Multipoint phosphorylation of the PERIOD 2 (PER2) protein is a critical step in determining the mammalian clock cycle. Previous studies have suggested that the phosphorylation of PER2 by casein kinase 1 (CK1) requires the initiation of an undiscovered protein kinase. CK1 is an essential circulatory protein that is highly conserved from algae to humans. These phosphorylation processes stabilize the PER2 and delay its degradation to extend the circadian clock cycle.
http://www.creativebiomart.net/blog/pnas-a-key-switch-in-biological-clocks-found/
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Protocol and Principle of Fast Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Assay
The Fast chromatin immunoprecipitation assay (ChIP assay) has greatly facilitated the expansion of our knowledge of the protein–DNA interactions involved in regulating gene expression, DNA repair, and cell division.
https://youtu.be/gXOQJPbfAqE
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Renaturation of Recombinant Proteins from Inclusion Bodies
Recombinant proteins expressed in bacteria often form inclusion bodies, especially when they are expressed at high levels. Creative BioMart retrieves expressed GST fusion protein in soluble form after lysis and extraction procedures.
https://www.creativebiomart.net/Renaturation-of-Recombinant-Proteins-from-Inclusion-Bodies.htm
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Membrane-Based Yeast Two-Hybrid System from Creative BioMart
As a leader specialized in protein interaction analysis, Creative BioMart has acquired extensive experience and expert knowledge in protein interaction study. We will be glad to discuss details of intended interaction studies with you and develop experimental strategies/methods tailored to your requirement.
https://www.creativebiomart.net/Membrane-Based-Yeast-Two-Hybrid-System.htm
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Research Highlight: Two Articles Reveals a Specific Gene That Makes the Human Brain Big—NOTCH2NL
In two papers published in Cell, two groups of researchers identified a gene family, NOTCH2NL, which appears to play an important role in the human-specific cortical development and may become a driving force for the evolution of our brain.
http://www.creativebiomart.net/blog/two-articles-reveals-a-specific-gene-that-makes-the-human-brain-big-notch2nl/
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The Latest Research Progress in Cancer Resistance (I)
Drug resistance is one of the main reasons leading to the failure of cancer treatment, which greatly limits the choice and use of cancer drugs, and breaking the hopes of the cancer patients again and again. The study of drug resistance in cancer is of utmost importance. It is imminent to explore the mechanism of cancer resistance and new methods to combat drug resistance.
http://www.creativebiomart.net/blog/the-latest-research-progress-in-cancer-resistance-i/
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