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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 all human proteins. Due to their substantial involvement in signaling within and between cells, protein kinases have become the second most widely studied group of potential drug targets, after G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCR).

It has been shown deregulation of kinase activity is a frequent cause of disease, particularly cancer.  Furthermore, nearly half of identified kinases have not been fully characterized.  PerkinElmer provides the tools for all your protein kinase research needs.

Protein Kinase Research Solutions

Protein Kinase Research Reagents

Cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s research can benefit from the study of phosphorylation and protein kinase activity. Because of their role in signal transducti ...

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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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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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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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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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