Cancer Research Series ‑ Part 2: Quantitative Protein Analysis in Cancer Research
Quantitative protein detection contributes to a deeper understanding of cancer. IR fluorescent Western blots, In-Cell Western cell-based assays, zymography, and protein arrays.
Related Web Pages:
- Quantitative IR Western Blotting (Application)
- In-Cell Western™ Assays (Application)
- BrightSite Optical Imaging Agents
- Pearl Trilogy Small Animal Imaging System
- Odyssey CLx Infrared Imaging System
Amy Geschwender, Ph.D.
Advance video to...
- Introduction - 0:00
- Quantitative Protein Analysis: Why it's Important - 1:56
- Hallmarks of Cancer - 5:34
- Growth and Anti-Growth Signals in Cancer - 7:41
- Cancer Cell Metabolism and Pyruvate Kinase - 12:02
- Studying Self-Sufficiency in Growth Signals with In-Cell Western Assay - 14:19
- Questions - 16:55
- Absolute Quantification - 19:32
- Microwestern Arrays - 25:01
- Questions - 30:00
- Cell Migration: EGFR and Her2 Pathways - 32:39
- Invasion and Metastasis - 37:12
- Gelatin Zymography: A Protease Secretion Assay - 38:06
- VEGF, VE Cadherin, and Angiogenesis - 40:12
- Summary - 42:32
- Questions - 44:28
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