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Cytokines

Cytokines play a critical role in inflammation and immune response, and so are critical targets for many therapeutic areas.

PerkinElmer offers a range of solutions to support your cytokine research, including:

  • Reagents and assay kits for cytokine detection, from interleukins (IL), interferons (IFN) and chemokines to TNF and lymphokines
  • Multimode plate readers
  • Informatics software solutions

Cytokine Research Solutions

Microplate Readers

As many of you know, microplate readers are instruments used to detect biological, chemical, biochemical or physical events from samples in a microplate. This i ...

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Cytokine Research Reagents

Cytokines regulate several physiological and pathological roles including innate immunity, acquired immunity, and many inflammatory responses. PerkinElmer offer ...

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Explore other Therapeutic Target Areas

Biomarker Detection

Biomarker detection has become an integral part of both disease detection and treatment. The detection of biomarkers in pre-symptomatic patients leads to the ab ...

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Cell Signaling Analysis

From receptor ligand binding to intracellular pathway analysis of phosphorylated proteins, breakthrough discoveries in cell signaling a cell signal transduction ...

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Epigenetic Research

The study of gene expression is opening new doors for drug discovery. Our epigenetics solutions include cellular detection kits and epigenetic assays for reader ...

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Protein Kinase Research

Protein kinases are key focus targets in drug discovery. Kinases regulate most cellular pathways and are responsible for the modification of nearly a third of a ...

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Protein-Protein Interaction Research

Protein-protein interaction research is uncovering new targets for drug discovery in cancer and a variety of other diseases. However, measurement, modulation, a ...

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GPCR Research

G-protein coupled receptors (GPCR) are prominent targets in drug discovery. GPCRs are involved in most cellular responses to hormones and neurotransmitters and ...

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