Powerful Tools for In vitro Fluorescent Imaging in Cancer Research
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01 October 2015
|Description:||ImmunoChemistry Technologies offers multiple tools for fluorescent imaging in the context of cancer research and oncology. ICT’s in vitro cell-based apoptosis assays allow biomedical researchers to investigate biological systems and the effects of disease and treatment. In this presentation, learn how to quantify caspase activity in vitro, monitor caspases and cathepsins, measure mitochondrial membrane potential, quantify necrosis and apoptosis, and detect serine protease activity. Ultimately, these various assay kits enable cancer researchers to evaluate drug treatment, monitor side-effects, and calculate dose-response|
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University (Bachelor), University (Master), University (Doctoral education), Postdoctoral (teaching and research), Continuing Professional Development
In vitro methods
Full coverage (a dedicated course)
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FLICA (Fluorescent labeled inhibitor of caspases)
FLISP (Fluorescent labeled inhibitors of serine proteases)
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