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Tx2 metal-binding tag for purification and identification of recombinant proteins
Tx2 Metal-Binding Tag for Purification and Identification of Recombinant Proteins WSU Tech#: 11-1058Technology Summary: The technology is a new method of protein purification similar to the principles behind that of a histidine and Ni column system. The new technology uses a different amino acid sequence for generating a metal-binding cluster:T: ...
Published: 9/17/2019   |   Inventor(s): Jian-Ping Jin
Keywords(s): Assay, Biotechnology, Process, Protein, Reagents, Tool
Category(s): Life Science, Research tools, Protein/peptides
A Gene Knockout Mouse Model to Study Lung Disease and a Lung Disease Drug Target
Our researchers have created a gene knockout mouse model that lacks the cytochrome c oxidase subunit IV-2 in order to study the gene’s effects on controlling asthma. Background & Unmeet Need: Asthma is an inflammatory disease of the airways that affects 155 million people of all ages worldwide. Cytochome c oxidase (CcO) is a multi-subuni...
Published: 9/17/2019   |   Inventor(s): Maik Huttemann, Lawrence Grossman, David Bassett
Keywords(s): Asthma, Disease, Drug Target, Gene, Knock-out, Lung, Mouse Model
Category(s): Animal models, Biological materials, Life Science, Research tools, Protein/peptides
Topical treatment with TGFbeta3 to facilitate skin and corneal wound healing in diabetic patients
Background: Diabetes affects approximately 170 million people worldwide, including 20.8 million in the USA, and by 2030 these numbers are projected to double. Diabetics often experience slow or limited wound healing. Slow wound healing allows longer time for the development of infections and can contribute to the formation of bed sores and ulcers...
Published: 3/12/2018   |   Inventor(s): Fu-Shin Yu
Keywords(s): Diabetes
Category(s): Medical, Biologicals, Biomedical, Drug Discovery, Metabolic disorders, Protein/peptides, Therapeutics, Life Science
Peptide Antimicrobial
In vivo Display Technology for the Isolation of Antimicrobial Peptides Professor Philip R. Cunningham, Ph.D. Department of Biological Sciences @ Wayne State University Interest in peptides as antimicrobial agents has increased dramatically in recent years, driven primarily by the development of new technologies for producing, screening and analyz...
Published: 5/3/2011   |   Inventor(s): Philip Cunningham, Wes Colangelo
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Category(s): Pharmaceuticals, Life Science, Research tools, Assays, Biological materials, Protein/peptides