Tumor markersTumor markers are biomarkers that exist in tumor cells or non-tumor cells in blood, urine, bone, and other organs indicating the occurrence, progression and recurrence of cancers. Most tumor markers are proteins, however... Detailed information
The Overview of InterleukinInterleukin is a kind of cytokines, which plays a critical role in immunological regulation and homeostasis. It is originally discovered from leukocytes. Currently, it is found to be produced by a lot of cells including ... Detailed information
The Overview of Growth FactorA growth factor, which generally considered as a series of cytokines, is a naturally occurring substance that stimulate cell growth, differentiation, survival, inflammation, and tissue repair. Usually it is a protein or ... Detailed information
The Overview of ChemokineChemokines are a series of cytokines with small molecular weight whose main role is the recruitment of leukocyte subsets under homeostatic and pathological conditions. Their name is derived from their ability to induce d... Detailed information
CUSABIO's Five Expression Systems1. What are CUSABIO's Five Expression Systems?
Over more than 11 years, CUSABIO Protein Expression Platform has established five recombinant expression systems, which includes Escherichia coli (E.coli) expressio... Detailed information
Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF)Fig.1 The structure of TNF
Tumor necrosis factor was reported firstly by Lloyd J. Old as one kind of cytotoxic factor produced by macrophages, from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, in 19... Detailed information