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Hypoxia inside solid tumors has been associated with tumor progression and therapy resistance. The discovery of hypoxia-inducible transcription factors (HIFs) has greatly advanced our understanding of the role of hypoxia in these phenomena.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Novus Biologicals offers thousands of products for a wide range of applications in the field of breast cancer research.
Aging is defined as a deterioration of functional processes in the human body over time, which leads to heightened risk for death and disease.
Please visit our Research Area of the Month page (Hematological Cancers) and see how Novus' large catalog of products can accelerate your research.
Cardiac hypertrophy is a response of the heart to adapt to increased work load, featured with an increased size of cardiomyocytes, enhanced protein synthesis and a higher organization of the sarcomere.
With the recent "Ice Bucket Challenge" expanding awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Novus Biologicals would like to extend a 10% offer to researchers on the purchase of one antibody through October 1st 2014.
New Blue Marker Antibody allows you to view protein standards and your target of interest together on the same blot, with the same exposure!
Cell cycle is a series of events that occur in a cell leading to its division and replication.
Tumor suppressors are genes that protect cells from cancerous transformations. But, occasionally, these genes mutate and a loss in function leads to cancer.
In this edition of the Apoptosis newsletter, the apoptosis detections are spotlighted.
In this newsletter, the antibody targets available for studying different aspects of Alzheimer's disease are highlighted.
The mannose 6-phophate receptors (M6PR) are transmembrane glycoproteins that target lysosomal enzymes.
In this edition of the Signaling and Stress newsletter, the transcriptional regulation of autophagosome marker LC3 is spotlighted.
Forkhead box protein P1 (FOXP1) is a protein that is essential for the development of the lungs and brain in humans and other mammals.
Novus has recently added a new mouse monoclonal antibody against the transmembrane receptor “Notch1”.
Learn more about the role of DNA methylation, histone modification, and reorganization of the nucleosome in the development of cancer.
Angiogenesis is an essential process during normal tissue growth and in response to wound healing.
Cathepsin B is a lysosomal cysteine protease belonging to the peptidase C1 family.
Novus has recently added a new antibody against the terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT).
In this edition of the Cardiology newsletter, the signaling pathways and proteins involved in the molecular basis of heart failure are spotlighted.
Although autophagy is characterized as a survival response, it may also function as a mechanism of programmed cell death.
Autophagy plays a critical role in many basic physiological processes as well as in the pathogenesis of various diseases, including cancer.
SLC16A1 is a monocarboxylate transporter (MCT1) that mediates the movement of lactate and pyruvate across cell membranes Import and export of these substrates by tissues such as erythrocytes, muscle, intestine, and kidney are ascribed largely to the action of a proton-coupled MCT.
The proprotein convertase subtilisin kexin 9 (PCSK9) is a key regulator in plasma cholesterol metabolism.
Autophagy Proteins as Tumor Suppressors
Novus has recently added a new antibody against the proto-oncogene "Pim-1".
Novus Biologicals now offers 63 LUCPorter™ stable reporter cell lines.
Cancer eNews - Spotlight on Tumor Protein p53
Spotlight on SOX11 Antibody
Neuroscience Newsletter - 2014 Goldlab Summary
New RTEL1 antibody
Novus now offers human Neural Progenitor Cells and Cortical Neurons powered by Axol Bioscience Ltd.
Spotlight on molecular basis for selective autophagy
The WNK kinases have been shown to play an essential role in several cellular processes such as ion balance, signal transduction, and proliferation etc.
Join us at the 2014 AACR conference in San Diego!
In this newsletter, Antioxidant Protection in Neurodegeneration are spotlighted.
In this edition of the Cancer Newsletter, Telomeres & the ALT Pathway in Cancer are spotlighted.
In this edition of the Immunology Newsletter, TLRs in the Tumor Microenvironment are spotlighted.
In this edition of the Immunology Newsletter, rabies research is spotlighted.