Enrich and detect CTCs of prostate cancer from blood

Enrich and detect CTCs of prostate cancer from blood

Anatomy - Pathology

March 01, 2017

Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) constitute a useful approach for personalized medicine. In prostate cancer, the expression of three tumor-associated transcripts, prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA), prostate-specific antigen (PSA) and epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), are often altered and used as biomarkers.

In addition, cell surface PSMA presents a unique target for treatment of patients early in their development of prostatic metastases.
How can you detect PSMA, PSA and EGFR in prostate cancer from blood? Learn more

 

 

RIDASCREEN FAST Soya

RIDASCREEN FAST Soya

Anatomy - Pathology

Soya products are becoming ever more popular and are increasingly used in the food industry. This can result in the unintentional cross-contamination of foods in the production process. Even small concentrations of soya can cause food allergies, which is why in many countries soya has to be labeled as an allergen.

 

 

January 01, 2013 More +
NEW touchscreen refractometer

NEW touchscreen refractometer

Anatomy - Pathology

The RFM900-T Series of high precision Peltier temperature controlled benchtop refractometers, featuring a wide measuring range up to 1.70 RI and new 7” touch-screen user interface, are ideally suited for use in applications within the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, flavours and fragrance industries as well as in academic research.

November 30, 2015 More +
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