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Developmental Biology

Introduction to Developmental Biology

Developmental biology is a specialized scientific discipline that explores the processes governing organismal growth, differentiation, and maturation from a singular fertilized egg to the formation of multi-cellular structures. This field investigates genetic programs, cellular interactions, and environmental factors influencing embryonic development, tissue regeneration, and metamorphosis. 

Researchers in developmental biology employ modern methodologies to dissect molecular processes, studying genes, cells, and signaling pathways. Their investigations reveal the molecular mechanisms shaping the diversity of life, providing insights into birth defects, tissue regeneration, and the evolutionary origins of species by decoding the genetic blueprint. 

The impact of this field extends to many scientific disciplines, including regenerative medicine, evolutionary biology, and developmental disorders. Breakthroughs here offer promise for advanced therapeutic interventions, personalized medicine, and a deeper understanding of life's diversity on our planet. 

With a catalog boasting over 15,000 protein targets, trial sizes for exploring emerging projects, and advanced validation methods, Aviva is dedicated to supporting researchers as they pave the way for new discoveries and breakthroughs in Developmental Biology Research. 

Featured Products

SHH Antibody - N-terminal region (ARP44235_P050) WNT7B Antibody - middle region (ARP41291_P050) PAX7 Antibody - C-terminal region (ARP32742_P050)

Sample Type: Mouse Brain

SHH Antibody - N-terminal region (ARP44235_P050) - WB Suggested Anti-SHH Antibody: 1 ug/ml. Host: Rabbit. Positive Control: Mouse Brain, click here

Sample Type: Human Cell Line Panel

WNT7B Antibody - middle region (ARP41291_P050) - 25 ug of the indicated Human whole cell extracts was loaded onto a 12% SDS-PAGE gel. 3 ug/mL of the antibody was used in this experiment, click here

Sample Type: SPR Characterization

PAX7 Antibody - C-terminal region (ARP32742_P050) - Surface Plasmon Resonance Kinetic Characterization of Polyclonal Antibody Affinity. Purified polyclonal antibodies were immobilized on a Protein A/G coated Carterra LSA sensor chip (PAGH200M) at concentrations of 5, and 50 ug/mL in duplicate, click here