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  • Publish: 2014/11/18
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DiGeorge syndrome, first described in 1968 by the pediatric endocrinologist Angelo DiGeorge1, is a syndrome caused by the deletion of a small piece of chromosome 22. It is one of the most common causes of mental retardation due to a genetic deletion syndrome2, and, next to Down syndrome, it is also the most common genetic cause of congenital heart disease. Here we present a brief introduction to the common knowledge of DiGeorge syndrome.
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  • Website Tutorial - Product Comparison

    This tutorial teaches you how to compare products on Abnova website. You can choose at least 2 products (up to 10) to compare. It shows specifications of each product. Then choose the best product for your research.

    Publish: 2010/9/23

  • Wheat Germ Cell-Free Protein Synthesis - Lecture Series 1

    Dr. Masaki Madono introduced wheat germ cell-free protein synthesis system. This system is pioneered by Professor Yaeta Endo of Ehime University, Japan. This platform is based on the eukaryotic translation apparatus of wheat germ, which has significant advantages over other commonly used protein expression systems.

    Publish: 2010/9/24

  • Western Blot Substrate Kit - Introduction

    ( http://www.abnova.com ) - WB substrate kit detection reagents are non-isotopic, luminol-based chemiluminescence substrate, designed for the chemiluminescent detection of immobilized proteins and immobilized nucleic acids conjugated with horseradish peroxidase (HRP). The peroxidase-catalyzed oxidation of luminol produces a weak flash of light at 425 nm. The incorporation of an electron transfer mediator into the buffer forces the flash signal into a glow and greatly improves the analytical characteristics of the reaction in terms of increased signal intensity and duration. Recent works have shown that, by addition of a suitable acylation catalyst, a further large increase in light output is observed. Here is a brief introduction to why you should choose our products for your fluorescence blotting. More videos at Abnova http://www.abnova.com

    Publish: 2014/8/26

  • Wheat Germ Cell-Free Protein Synthesis - Lecture Series 2

    Dr. Masaki Madono introduced wheat germ cell-free protein synthesis system. This system is pioneered by Professor Yaeta Endo of Ehime University, Japan. This platform is based on the eukaryotic translation apparatus of wheat germ, which has significant advantages over other commonly used protein expression systems.

    Publish: 2010/9/24

  • Wheat Germ Cell-Free Protein Synthesis - Lecture Series 5

    Dr. Masaki Madono introduced wheat germ cell-free protein synthesis system. This system is pioneered by Professor Yaeta Endo of Ehime University, Japan. This platform is based on the eukaryotic translation apparatus of wheat germ, which has significant advantages over other commonly used protein expression systems.

    Publish: 2010/9/24

  • Western Blot

    Western Blotting is an analytical technique used to detect specific proteins in a given sample. It uses gel electrophoresis to separate native or denatured proteins by the length of the polypeptide. The proteins are then transferred to a membrane where they are detected using antibodies specific to the target protein.

    Publish: 2010/1/10

  • Western Blot Washer

    There are several wash steps involved in western blot protocol. Abnova designed a western blot washer machine which can change the washing buffer automatically and shake by programs we setup.

    Publish: 2010/5/24

  • Wright and Giemsa Stain

    Wright and Giemsa stains are used to stain peripheral blood and bone marrow smears. The components are oxidized eosin Y, methylene blue, and azure B. They stain the cytoplasm of cells an orange to pink color and nucleus a blue to purple. Wright and Giemsa stains are used to study blood cell morphology.

    Publish: 2010/12/31

  • Wheat Germ Cell-Free Protein Synthesis - Lecture Series 3

    Dr. Masaki Madono introduced wheat germ cell-free protein synthesis system. This system is pioneered by Professor Yaeta Endo of Ehime University, Japan. This platform is based on the eukaryotic translation apparatus of wheat germ, which has significant advantages over other commonly used protein expression systems.

    Publish: 2010/9/24

  • Western Blot - SNAP i.d™ System

    SNAP i.d.™ System is a fast and convenient method for the detection of immunoreactive proteins on western blots. The amount of time required for immunodetection is greatly reduced in 30 minutes with this unique vacuum-driven system.

    Publish: 2010/9/27

  • Wheat Germ Cell-Free Protein Synthesis - Lecture Series 4

    Dr. Masaki Madono introduced wheat germ cell-free protein synthesis system. This system is pioneered by Professor Yaeta Endo of Ehime University, Japan. This platform is based on the eukaryotic translation apparatus of wheat germ, which has significant advantages over other commonly used protein expression systems.

    Publish: 2010/9/24

  • Western Blot - Ponceau S Staining

    Ponceau S is a rapid and reversible staining method for locating protein bands on Western blots producing reddish pink stained bands. The stain is useful because it does not appear to have a deleterious effect on the sequencing of blotted polypeptides and can be completely removed from the protein bands by continued washing.

    Publish: 2010/11/26

  • Western Blot Membrane Stripping

    Stripping is used to remove primary and secondary antibodies from a western blot membrane to allow the incubation of new antibodies. It is useful to save samples, materials, and time when you want to investigate more than one protein on the same blot.

    Publish: 2010/12/17

  • Warsaw Breakage Syndrome

    Cohesinopathies are human developmental disorders caused by inherited defects in cellular components controlling the process of sister chromatid cohesion. This cohesion mechanism takes care of keeping the sister chromatids close together from the stage of DNA replication up until mitosis. Two syndromes were described so far in the group of cohesinopathes: Roberts syndrome and Cornelia de Lange syndrome. In Van der Lelij research, a third cohesinopathy is added to this group: The Warsaw Breakage syndrome, caused by mutations in DDX11/ChlR1.

    Publish: 2010/8/31

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