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Catching Hormonal Waves: Exploring Fish Cortisol Levels Using ELISA Kits
The aquatic world is a dynamic ecosystem where fish navigate various stressors that impact their health and well-being. Cortisol, a stress hormone, serves as a crucial indicator of the physiological r...Dec.18, 2023Read More >
Piggybacking on Precision: the Role of Porcine ELISA Kits in Scientific Inquiry
In the evolving landscape of swine health research, precision and accuracy are paramount. As scientists strive to unravel the complexities of porcine immunity, a crucial tool has emerged – the Porcin...Dec.08, 2023Read More >
Evaluating Fish Wellness: Cortisol Elisa Kits in Fisheries
Fisheries play a vital role in providing a significant portion of the world's seafood. Whether it's for commercial purposes or recreational fishing, maintaining the health and wellness of fish...Nov.20, 2023Read More >
Detection of Cytokines Cytokines are a broad category of molecular proteins and polypeptides produced by endocrine cells that are closely related to immune response activities, mainly including Interleukin (Interleukin) - IL-1, IL-2,... Interferon)—IFN-α, TNF-β; Colony-stimulating factor—M-CSF, G-CSF; Transforming growth factor—TGF-β; Chemokine—IL -8, GROs, MCP-1; Growth factor - EGF, FGF, IGF, PDGF.
Cell Signal Transduction The cell signal transduction pathway is a complex mechanism of cell membrane response to extracellular signal stimulation. The cell membrane separates the inside and outside of the cell. The cell needs to receive the external signal to make the corresponding response. It needs to transmit the external signal to the cell membrane through a class of transmembrane proteins.
Immunology Immunology is a basic science to study the organizational structure and physiological function of the immune system. It includes the composition and structural characteristics of the immune system and the physiological function of the immune system. Immune cells and their related organs and tissues constitute an immune system.