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  • Gene-Editing Salmonella: an ideal vector for tumor-targeting therapy

    Salmonella is a facultative anaerobic gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria. Salmonella belongs to Enterobacteriaceae and is an important medical pathogen of human and animal. In China, food poisoning caused by Salmonella accounts for 40% of bacterial food poisoning incidents. Salmone…

  • [Frontier Research] New method of spinal cord injury treatment

    Spinal cord injury (SCI) causes primary mechanical injury and secondary inflammation-mediated injury. Mechanical injury of spinal cord tissue causes primary injury, and secondary neuroinflammatory reaction occurs after primary injury, which mediates additional extensive nerve inju…

  • Knockout HuH-7 Cell Line

    As one of the five internal organs of the human body, the liver is closely related to the body's normal metabolism, detoxification, blood coagulation, and other processes. The liver participates in the body's immunity, it is an indispensable important organ for maintaining the bod…

  • knockout Liver Cancer Cell Line HepG2

    knockout Liver Cancer Cell Line HepG2 Liver is vital to the body's metabolism, detoxification, blood coagulation and other essential processes. Participating in the body's immune system, the liver is an indispensable organ for maintaining the body's normal operation. In the study …

  • Knockout cell line | circRNA' function in Gene Regulation

    circRNAs are circular noncoding RNAs formed by reverse splicing of pre-mRNAs. circRNAs were firstly found in viruses in the 1970s. However, due to the extensive use of the method for enrichment of poly (A) (no 5 'and 3' ends of circRNA) in the early RNA library preparation, and th…


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