Cancer antibodies, proteins, and reagents for cancer research

Cancer Research Posters

Cell proliferation, motility, and survival are tightly regulated by a network of signaling pathways, preventing uncontrolled cell division. A cell can become cancerous when it undergoes a genetic or epigenetic mutation that allows it to escape this regulation and can then divide rapidly. Unraveling the complex fabric of signaling pathways is crucial for cancer research, and for developing new, life-changing therapies for patients.

The signaling pathway posters highlighted here integrate the latest discoveries in the field and related Bio-Rad antibodies.

EGF R Signaling and kits

EGF R Signaling

This poster highlights various components of the EGF R signaling pathway.

SnapShot from Cell Press: Acute Myeloid Leukemia

SnapShot from Cell Press: Acute Myeloid Leukemia

An overview of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) risk stratifications, frequency, and types of genetic alterations, as well as current therapies.

SnapShot from Cell Press: Melanoma

SnapShot from Cell Press: Melanoma

Covers the most common genetic mutations resulting in the development of melanomas, highlights the progression from an aberrant melanocyte to a metastatic melanoma and treatment approaches.

SnapShot from Cell Press: Mitochondrial Dynamics

SnapShot from Cell Press: Mitochondrial Dynamics

An overview of the mitochondrial fusion-division cycle, and the fusion and division machinery in mammalian cells, yeast, and algae.