This section allows you to fully explore hot research areas such as immune checkpoint, CAR-T therapy, cancer immunotherapy, and cancer drug targets. In these pages, you can find a full list of key molecules relevant to each area, and links to our reagents for studying those molecules. As a leading reagents provider, Sino Biological is dedicated to offering high-quality recombinant proteins, antibodies, kits and other products to research labs and the drug discovery industry.
An overview of immune checkpoint research targets, covering most hot immune checkpoint proteins PD-1/ PD-L1 and CTLA-4 as well as prospective drug candidates such as TIM-3, CD47, GITR, etc.
Covers many hot cell therapy targets including CA9, EGFR and CD274 approved antibody drugs as well as prospective drug candidates such as CD19, CD33, IL3RA, EPCAM, TNFRSF17, etc.
An introduction to cancer immunotherapy, covering treatments, different cancers, side effects and drugs, etc.
Covers most of hottest drug targets involved in cancer such as TNF-α and BRAF as well as detailed informations for different kinds of cancers.
Introduces targeted therapy, including types, drugs, side effects and resistance, etc.
Covers all informations you need to know about cancer biomarkers, including roles, types, discovery, candidate biomarkers, etc.
A huge collection of influenza antigens, featuring 600+ HA, NA, and ME antigens over 250 strains, including vaccine strains and the pandemic strains such as the 2009 swine flu (A/California/04/2009 (H1N1)).
Covers different families of cytokines & growth factors, including interleukins, chemokines, TNFs, interferons, CSFs, TGF-beta, neurotrophins, EGFs, VEGFs, FGFs, IGFs and PDGFs.
An introduction to 340+ CD antigens, including alias, functions and related signaling pathways, etc.
Provides recombinant virus antigens & antibodies, including SARS-CoV-2, influenza virus, EBOV, RSV, MERS-CoV, etc.
An overview of receptors, covering cytokines & growth factors receptors and G‐protein‐coupled receptors (GPCRs), etc.
Covers the vast majority of Fc receptors across multiple species. Each receptor is verified for high bioactivity of binding to immunoglobulins.
An introduction to enzymes, proteases, and kinases.
An overview of signal transduction, covering mechanisms, second messengers and growth factor signaling transduction, etc.
The basics of complement system, including structures, roles, effector functions, complement activation pathways, etc.