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<p>The Gastric Organoids Challenges in research on human stomach and gastric cancer Opportunities on organoid technology in scientific research Application of gastric organoids in research Scientists make gastric organoids with smooth muscle contraction Using gastric epithelium organoids with the CRISPR technology to provide insights on biological phenomena Example on limitation of current gastric organoid technology […]</p>
<p>The ability of tumour cells to evade immune detection plays a critical role in tumour development. Although mechanisms of immune evasion have been characterized, understanding of how tumour cells avoid detection by the immune system and acquire resistance to immunotherapy remains incomplete. Utilizing Bio X Cell’s anti-mouse PD-1 (clone J43) antibody as one of the research […]</p>
<p>The Brain Organoids Challenges in research on the human brain Opportunities on organoid technology in scientific research Application of brain organoids in research Scientists make brain organoids with eye structure Using brain organoids as models in research on ageing and brain tumour Future development of brain organoid technology Our selected composition for brain organoid Challenges […]</p>
<p>EVENT REPORT 26th Research Postgraduate Symposium@HKUMed Thank you for visiting our booth at The 26th Research Postgraduate Symposium which was held on 1-2 December 2021 at the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong. It was very insightful to learn about specific research needs from researchers and scientists from multiple […]</p>
<p>VISIT OUR BOOTH AT 26th Research Postgraduate Symposium1-2 December 2021 @HKUMed The 26th Research Postgraduate Symposium organized by Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong will be held on 1-2 December 2021. We are excited to be exhibiting as Prize Sponsor at this event. Come and visit our booth […]</p>
<p>The Intestinal Epithelium Organoid Cultures Challenges in establishing long-term systems for intestinal epithelium cultures Establishment of long-term gastrointestinal epithelium organoid culture The use of small molecules in intestinal organoid culture Building of gut organoids Cytokines used in long-term gastrointestinal epithelium culture Small molecules and peptides used in gastrointestinal culture Challenges in establishing long-term systems for […]</p>
<p>Breast cancer deaths are often the result of metastasis to distant organs including the lungs. Overcoming inhibitory mechanisms and establishing growth in new microenvironments is critical to the metastatic process. Using anti-mouse IL-1b (clone B122) and anti-mouse IL-6 (clone MP5-20F3) antibodies from Bio X Cell as one of the research tools, researchers have described a […]</p>
<p>Organoids – the past, present and the future Organoid models are known for their thrilling opportunities and potential for scientists in studying developmental processes, drug testing and disease modelling, including genetic, developmental disorder, degenerative disorders, and cancer. Past The earliest 3D organoid models were first reported over 40 years ago . Early organoid models demanded […]</p>
<p>Burn injury has been correlated to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). ARDS makes patients with burn injury an increased risk of bacterial pneumonia. According to an article published by Clinical Infectious Diseases, approximately 40,000 burn injuries required hospitalization in the United States in 2016. Using anti-mouse/human/rat/monkey/hamster/canine/bovine TGF-β antibodies from Bio X Cell as one of […]</p>
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