Description
"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis."
Description
"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Description
"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Description
"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis."
Description
"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Description
"Cytokines are a large group of small signaling molecules that function extensively in cellular communication. Cytokines are most often associated with various immune modulating molecules that include interleukins, chemokines, and interferons, but can also include other molecules as well. Their use in disease diagnosis and treatment has proven very beneficial over the past number of years as their use as biomarkers has been adopted as a means to understanding disease and therapies. They have expanded into more disease relevant, specialized panels for a more accurate assessment of various diseases that include cardiovascular disease, asthma, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Description
Monoclonal Antibodies (IgMs) are antibodies that are made by identical immune cells, cloned from a single parent cell. They are therefore of constant structure and bind to the same foreign markers (called “antigens”). The technology behind the generation of monoclonal antibodies was discovered in 1972 by César Milstein and Georges Kohler – scientists at the Roche-funded Basel Institute for Immunology – who were later to win the Nobel Prize. Monoclonal antibodies revolutionized biological research and built the basis for the use of therapeutic antibodies in medicine and for the entire biotechnology industry.
Monoclonal Antibodies (IgMs) are antibodies that are made by identical immune cells, cloned from a single parent cell. They are therefore of constant structure and bind to the same foreign markers (called “antigens”). The technology behind the generation of monoclonal antibodies was discovered in 1972 by César Milstein and Georges Kohler – scientists at the Roche-funded Basel Institute for Immunology – who were later to win the Nobel Prize. Monoclonal antibodies revolutionized biological research and built the basis for the use of therapeutic antibodies in medicine and for the entire biotechnology industry.