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The Enzyme Assay Kits are supplied in India through Pro Lab. Our Products range of enzyme activity assay kits- Acid Phosphatase Assay Kit, Aconitase Assay Kit, Aconitase Fluorometric Assay Kit, Adipogenesis Assay Kit, Alanine Transaminase Activity Assay Kit, Catalase Assay Kit, COX Activity Assay Kit, COX Fluorescent Activity Assay Kit, cPLA2 Assay Kit etc.

Identification of small-molecule HCK inhibitors. (A) Screening strategy integrating high-throughput enzyme assay, in silico prediction, and x-ray crystallography. (B) Upper left: Chemical structures of PP2 and RK-24466. Upper right: RK-24466 with PP2. Lower left and right: RK-24466 and PP2 with HCK. RK-24466 bound to the ATP binding site of HCK. (D) RK-24466 binding with HCK based on crystal structure determination, highlighting strategies for designing compounds with higher affinity with…

2016- The team found that approximately 82% of cells remained viable after they extracted up to 4 picoliters of cytoplasm. Over the next five days, these cells multiplied and behaved similar to neighboring cells that were not extracted. The technique could also effectively siphon off up to 0.6 pL of nuclear material—or 20% of the nuclear volume—without harming most cells. The extracted fluids could be analyzed in many ways: electron microscopy to visualize internal structures, enzyme assays…

Dr. Eva Engvall, along with Peter Perlmann, was the first to invent ELISAs (enzyme-linked immunoabsorbent assays), and frequently utilized ELISAs during her research as a measurement tool in many other fields, but particularly in regards to her research on muscular dystrophy. (Link leads to a website about ELISAs + its history.) (Her page on the Sanford Burnham Presby Medical Discovery Institute website --> )


Bis-tris Bis-(2-hydroxyethyl) amino-tris (hydroxymethyl) methane

Biological buffers are useful for cell culture in vitro, enzyme assays and some electrophoretic applications at physiological pH

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Are you Zinc Deficient? A simple DIY test from Premier Research Labs

Zinc is in fact a very powerful mineral that has wide-ranging functions in the fundamental biochemistry of the body. It is integral for proper cellular metabolism and contributes to the make-up of more than 300 enzymes in the human body. Zinc is also involved in complex life-sustaining reactions such as the immune response, protein synthesis and cell division. It is therefore crucial for growth and development, wound healing, energy level maintenance and mood regulation, among other things.