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Visit BiOptic in 5th International Conference on Polyamines: Biochemical, Physiological and Clinical Perspectives

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Date:

2018 - 09 - 02

Polyamine (PA) is considered to be essential for cell growth and metabolism. In general, PA contains spermidine (hereinafter referred to as Spd) and spermine (hereinafter referred to as Spm) and their bismuth precursors putrescine (hereinafter referred to as Put). Related studies can be traced as early as 1678, when Antonie van Leeuwenhoek first discovered the presence of spermidine in human semen. To date, except for microorganisms such as Methanobacteriales and Halobacteriales, the presence of PA is almost found in cells of other species (1), and many literatures indicate the physiology of PA in these species. Functionally plays an important role.
To learn more about the role of BiOptic in the application of polyamine analysis, please attend the 5th International Polyamine Symposium in Taipei in early September.

 

5th International Conference on Polyamines:

Biochemical, Physiological and Clinical Perspectives