Dora West

Dora West

Joined: June 25th, 2019
Articles Posted: 23

Articles

Published 1 Year Ago
Vitamins: Types and Their Functi
Vitamin assays provide data to support the assessment of the nutritional status of the human body and the study of the mechanisms of related diseases. Creative Proteomics has established an analytical platform based on LC-MS/MS technology for vitamin iden

Published 1 Year Ago
Fatty Acids in Cancer
Fatty acids, along with glucose and amino acids, are the main source of energy for cell growth and proliferation. Abnormalities in fatty acid metabolism are commonly seen in cancer.

Published 1 Year Ago
An Introduction of Intact Mass Analysis - Protein Characterization by Mass Spect
As the field of biotechnology continues its inexorable march towards unfathomabl

Published 1 Year Ago
Inflammatory Cytokines Profile
Cytokines are classified according to their different roles in the inflammatory response: pro-inflammatory cytokines and anti-inflammatory cytokines.

Published 1 Year Ago
A Detailed Introduction to Exosome Proteomics
Exosomes, a tiny membrane vesicle with a lipid bilayer structure, are secreted by most cells and are approximately 40-200 nm in diameter. exosomes are found in body fluids, including blood, saliva, urine and breast milk. exosomes of different tissue origi

Published 2 Years Ago
Protein Amino Acid Analysis: Techniques, Instruments, and Applications
Protein amino acid analysis is a technique for determining the type and amounts

Published 2 Years Ago
What Are Sphingolipids?
Recently, more than 300 species of sphingolipids have been identified and characterized as long-chain sheath-like base backbones. Ceramide is the aminoacylation product of sphingosine at the 2-carbon position, which has strong biological activity and is a

Published 2 Years Ago
What Are the Cytokines?
Cytokines are a class of small molecule proteins secreted by cells that mediate and regulate immune processes, and they act in an autocrine, paracrine and endocrine manner. More than 200 types of human cytokines have been identified, which can be generall

Published 2 Years Ago
Glycosylation in Health and Disease
Protein is the executor of life activities. During the study of protein, researc

Published 2 Years Ago
Classification and Biological Functions of Glycoproteins
Glycoprotein is a protein containing oligosaccharide chains that are covalently linked to each other. The oligosaccharide chains are usually linked to the protein by glycosylation.Glycoproteins are commonly found in animals, plants and microorganisms, wit

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