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Signal Transduction Cell Division

Cell division is the key biological process called mitosis whereby a parent cell divides into two or more daughter cells. Cell division is focused on the preservation of the originating cells genome thus cell information contained in chromosomes must be replicated.

Mitosis proceeds on well regulated staged cellular pathways, part of the cell cycle. These are the interphase, prophase, premetaphase, metaphase anaphase and finally telophase.

A special type of cell division is meiosis which is key to sexual reproduction producing gametes in the process e.g. sperm and eggs.

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Mouse Anti-Gemin 1 [2B1]

Product Reference Code: IQ259
Species Reactivity:

Mouse, Human, Xenopus laevis

Applications:

IHC-P, ICC/IF, ELISA, WB, IP, Flow Cyt

£183.00

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Colon cancer fixed with formalin (after antigen retreival) and stained with Mad2L1 antibody, clone 17D10
Primary Description:

Mouse Anti-Mad2L1 [17D10]

Product Reference Code: IQ239
Species Reactivity:

Human

Applications:

IHC(P), IP, WB

£226.00

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Colon cancer fixed with formalin (after antigen retreival) and stained with Mad2L1 antibody, clone 17D10
Primary Description:

Mouse Anti-Mad2L1 [17D10]

Product Reference Code: IQ286
Species Reactivity:

Human

Applications:

IP, WB, IHC(P)

£183.00

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Immunohistochemistry showing RanGAP on formalin fixed paraffin embedded skin tissue at 1:100
Primary Description:

Rabbit Anti-RanGAP1

Product Reference Code: IQ246
Species Reactivity:

Mouse, Human, Xenopus laevis

Applications:

IHC-P, ICC/IF, WB

£183.00

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Immunohistochemistry of RCC1 on formalin fixed paraffin embedded skin tissue at 1:100
Primary Description:

Rabbit Anti-RCC1

Product Reference Code: IQ247
Species Reactivity:

Human, Xenopus laevis

Applications:

IHC-P, IP, ICC/IF, WB

£183.00

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