Transport protein are a large class of membrane proteins that mediate chemicals and signal exchange inside and outside the biofilm. Lipid bilayers form a hydrophobic barrier around cells or organelles that isolates them from their surroundings. Although some small molecules can penetrate directly through the membrane, most hydrophilic compounds, such as sugars, amino acids, ions, drugs, etc., require the help of specific…Continue
Background and overview
The dried sclerotium of Poria cocos (Schw.) Wolf, which is parasitic on the rhizome of Pinus koraiensis or Pinus massoniana, is buried in the soil under 20~30 cm. The inner part of the nucleus is white, the outer part is suede, and the sclerotium with pine root is scorpion. A fungus belonging to the genus Polyporaceae, which is a dry epidermis that is peeled off when the sclerotium is processed. As a traditional medicine and food…Continue
In vitro diagnosis and the industry
In vitro diagnosis refers to products and services that obtain clinical diagnostic information by detecting human samples (blood, body fluids, tissues, etc.) outside the human body to determine disease or body function.
In vitro diagnostic products are mainly composed of diagnostic equipment (instrument) and diagnostic reagents. According to the National Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) "Medical Device…Continue