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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 Signal Transduction
1. Definition Of Signal Transduction
It is known that there are many signal transduction modes and pathways in cells, and there are multiple levels of cross-regulation between them. It is a very complex network system. In short, a process in which various signals can enter the cell through the cell membrane and gradually cause changes in cellular substances, mainly proteins, is called signal transduction. It is a multi-enzyme cascade reaction process. Each signal pathway forms a highly ordered regulatory network in vivo through the interaction of intercellular signal proteins.
2. Mammals & Signal Transduction
Mammals need a variety of signal transduction pathways to maintain the integrity and coordination of cell response to signal stimulation. There are mainly six kinds of transmitters responsible for extracellular signal transduction to the interior of cells. They include ion channel gates, receptor enzymes, serpentine receptors, steroid receptors, adhesion receptors, and receptors themselves that do not contain enzymes.