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Chemical information

  Is a kind of non natural, chemical name is 6- (or N6-), the molecular formula of C10H9N5O. Insoluble in water, soluble in acid, alkali and glacial acetic acid; not only has a role in promoting cell…

Will all enzymes break down all substances?

  No. Enzymes are very specific catalysts and usually work to complete one task. An enzyme that helps digest proteins will not be useful to break down carbohydrates. Also, you will not find all enzyme…

Abstract

  Lipase is an enzyme the body uses to break down fats in food so they can be absorbed in the intestines. Lipase is produced in the pancreas, mouth, and stomach. Most people produce enough pancreatic…

StreptozotocinTechnical InfoProduct Notes

  Solutions of Streptozotocin will spontaneously give off NO gas at room temperature. This NO release is slowed, but not completely stopped at -80°C, and the rate of NO release is also impacted by the…

Successful Use of Paclobutrazol

  Paclobutrazol is absorbed by roots and stems, and to a lesser extent, by leaves. Therefore, it can be applied as a spray, sprench, drench, or bulb or young-plant dip. Sprays are more effective when…

Trans - zeatin cell division

  trans-Zeatin is a member of the plant hormone family known as ‘cytokinins’, which regulate cell division, development, and nutrient processing. The biosynthesis of cytokinins involves isoprenylation…

Understand the viability of algal cells

  Knowing the algae cell viability would be helpful in answering ecological or physiological questions. In this study, the direct cell count was combined with fluorescein diacetate hydrolysis to evalu…

qigong Energy therapy series

  Qigong is a form of Chinese energy therapy that is usually considered a martial art by most Westerners. It is better understood, however, as an ancient Chinese system of postures, exercises, breathi…

How you have streptozocin

  Streptozocin is a clear liquid. You have it into your bloodstream (intravenously). You can have it through a thin, short tube (a cannula) put into a vein in your arm each time you have treatment. Or…

Fibrinogen, finishing the coagulation cascade

  Fibrinogen was first isolated from horse plasma by Hammarsten in 1876, although an inactive precursor to fibrin was proposed to exist as early as 1859 by Deni de Commercy. Fibrinogen can undergo a r…

The importance of hemoglobin

  In many cases, a low hemoglobin count is only slightly lower than normal and doesn't affect how you feel. If it gets more severe and causes symptoms, your low hemoglobin count may indicate you…

What are Penicillins

  Penicillin is an antibiotic that disturbs the cell wall synthesis in bacteria. It was initially derived from the mold Penicillium rubrum. Since then, a number of naturally occurring penicillins have…

Clinical Information

  Transferrin is a glycoprotein with a molecular weight of 79570 daltons. It consists of a polypeptide strand with 2 N-glycosidically linked oligosaccharide chains and exists in numerous isoforms. The…

Facts about transferrin

  Transferrin is produced in the liver. From there, it goes into the blood stream, where it binds the iron absorbed in the diet. According to Lab Tests Online, the amount of transferrin in the bloodst…

Nile Red (ultra pure)

  Nile red is a lipophilic probe that becomes intensely fluorescent in a hydrophobic environment, while it has minimal fluorescence in aqueous media. It is an excellent vital stain for the detection o…