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Latest Insight Newsletter - Winter 2014/15

InvivoGen Insight Winter 2014/15

- Inflammasome Products

   - Inflammasome Modulators

   - Inflammasome Test Cells

   - IL-1 Detection with LumiKineā„¢

- Microbial Contamination (Detection, Prevention & Elimination)

- Review: Inflammasome activation: a matter of caspases

Inflammasomes are multimeric protein complexes that are crucial for host defense to infection and endogenous danger signals. They promote the secretion of the pro-inflammatory cytokines interleukin (IL)-1β and IL-18 and cause a rapid and pro-inflammatory form of cell death called pyroptosis...
*Please note a misprint in our Winter 2014/15 newsletter concerning the product Plasmocin™ Treatment. The correct quantity is 2 ml (2 x 1 ml), and not "10 ml", as originally printed.

Previous Issues

Winter 2014/15 - Inflammasome activation: a matter of caspases

Winter 2013/14 - Deciphering the STING Paradox

Fall 2013 - β-Glucans: bittersweet ligands of Dectin-1

Spring 2013 - Multi-TLR Agonists: Potential for Therapeutic Success

Fall 2012 - Cytosolic DNA Sensors (CDSs): a STING in the tail

Summer 2012 - Lucia™, a novel secreted luciferase

Winter 2011 - Mycoplasma Detection and Elimination

Summer 2011 - Antibody and Vaccine adjuvants

Fall 2010 - Cytosolic dsDNA Sensors (CDS)

Spring 2010 - Lentiviral Vector Production

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