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Mouse Interferon Gamma ELISA: A Key Tool for Studying Immune Responses.
Understanding the Significance of Mouse Interferon Gamma in Immune ResponsesMouse interferon gamma (IFN-γ) is a critical cytokine that plays a central role in immune responses. It is produced by acti...Aug.15, 2023Read More >
Unleashing the Potential of Chicken ELISA Kits: a New Era in Avian Health Monitoring
The Need for Advanced Avian Health MonitoringAvian health monitoring is a critical aspect of maintaining the well-being and productivity of poultry populations. Traditional methods often fall short in...Aug.08, 2023Read More >
Meeting Your Laborator y Needs: Why Choosing the Right ELISA Kit Distributor is Crucial?
The Importance of Choosing the Right ELISA Kit DistributorIn a laboratory setting, the accuracy and reliability of research results heavily rely on the quality of the tools and reagents used. When it ...Jul.15, 2023Read More >
BlueGene Biotech's Research For Cancer
In medicine, it is the most common type of malignant tumor, that is, malignant tumor originating from epithelial tissue. The etiology of cancer can be divided into exogenous and endogenous factors.
Biological Characteristics of Cancer
Cancer has many biological characteristics such as abnormal cell differentiation and proliferation, uncontrolled growth, invasion and metastasis, and others. Its occurrence is a complex process with multi-factor and multi-step, and it can be divided into three processes: carcinogenesis, promotion and evolution. It is closely related to smoking, infection, occupational exposure, environmental pollution, unreasonable diet and genetic factors. The etiology of malignant tumors is not fully understood.
Current Research for Cancer
At present, the relatively clear factors related to cancer can be divided into exogenous and endogenous. Exogenous factors include living habits, environmental pollution and occupation, natural and biological factors, chronic stimulation and trauma, and iatrogenic factors. Endogenous factors include genetic factors, immune factors and endocrine factors.