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Apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is an essential process by which multi-cellular organisms ensure that critically damaged or mutated cells are removed. The process is regulated by a complex interplay of proteins and, until reaching “the point of no return”, can be halted or reversed at any point.
Our antibody panels and cocktails allow for cost-effective, fast, and simple analysis of multiple related cell surface markers in a variety of target species, including human, mouse, dog, and rat. Each antibody in the panel is fluorophore conjugated, with complementary fluorophores for each marker.
CytoTrack cell proliferation assays are designed to efficiently stain live cells for excellent resolution of each cell division generation.
The ZE5 Cell Analyzer is the only flow cytometer with the ideal combination of production throughput, smart sample-handling and superior speed and sensitivity to meet your research needs.
alamarBlue is a cell proliferation assay that provides a rapid, sensitive, and economical way to quantitatively measure cell proliferation and cytotoxicity in various human and animal cell lines. It can also be used to study mycobacteria, bacteria, and fungi.
The thymidine analog 5′-bromo-2′-deoxyuridine (BrdU) is a popular reagent in various scientific disciplines ranging from cancer to neuroscience research. The chemical is frequently added to samples, such as mammalian cell lines, and subsequently incorporated into newly synthesized DNA during replication.
The ZOE™ Fluorescent Cell Imager eliminates the complexities of cell imaging associated with traditional microscopes. This fluorescence imaging system combines the ease of use of a personal tablet with the power of an inverted microscope.
Apoptosis, a form of programed cell death, is directed by activated caspases. Caspases are cysteine proteases that can cleave other proteins, and upon activation, create a positive-feedback cascade, which ensures the cell will undergo apoptosis.
Bio-Rad offers a broad range of easy-to-use and versatile cell viability assays for assessing the cell health of fixed and unfixed cells in flow cytometry and cell sorting experiments.