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Understanding cell biology processes like cell signaling, proliferation and growth, cell cycle, and epigenetic regulation is critical to bioscience research. Some diseases, like cancer, can avoid normal growth signals to accelerate disease development. Others, like Parkinson’s disease, are identified by the abnormal death of a specific cell type.

 

Discover our resources to learn about the pathways and structures that regulate cell biology processes. From cell cycle to protein phosphorylation to autophagy, you can explore our educational resources and find our scientist-made reagents to empower your research.

Explore all aspects of cell biology

Apoptosis

A type of programmed cell death, apoptosis, is a tightly regulated process used by cells for self-elimination.

 

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Autophagy

Autophagy is a process that degrades and removes dysfunctional proteins, damaged organelles, and intracellular pathogens.

 

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Cell Cycle

In response to stimuli such as growth factors, cells undergo a series of tightly-regulated steps known as the cell cycle.

 

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Epigenetics

Chemical modifications of DNA and DNA-binding proteins alter chromatin modeling to hide or reveal DNA segments thereby altering gene expression.

 

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Growth Factors

Growth factors are signaling molecules that regulate proliferation, differentiation, migration, and development.

 

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Cytoskeleton

Microtubules, intermediate filaments, and microfilaments form the cytoskeletal network and have diverse functions.

 

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Exosomes

Small cell-derived vesicles, exosomes can serve as vehicles for protein removal but also are important drivers of intercellular communication.

 

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Phosphorylation

Protein phosphorylation is a critical step in most signaling pathways and can result in the activation or deactivation of downstream proteins.

 

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Epitope Tags

Epitope tags are incorporated into a protein of interest to make identification and isolation of that protein easier and more robust.

 

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Expert products for your cell biology research

Western Blotting Reagents

 

Western blotting is a key tool in life science research used to separate and identify specific proteins from complex mixtures. We’ve developed a comprehensive selection of highly specific antibodies, ready-to-use buffers, and protein ladders. Obtain distinct and easy-to-interpret bands on your blots.

 

Microscopy Reagents

 

Our trusted reagents are designed with your research in mind. We empower spatial insights with our solutions for microscopy and increasingly more advanced applications—including 3D imaging and highly multiplexed imaging with IBEX.

 

Ce3D™ Tissue Clearing

 

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Apoptosis and Cell Health Tools

 

Cell health research can assess the viability and integrity of samples, study molecular pathways of apoptosis, or track a cell’s division and migration. With these goals in mind, we provide a bevy of research tools with multiple mechanisms of action to suit your research project.

 

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Cell Structure & Function Brochure

 

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