Balint Földesi

Global E-Commerce Manager

Dr. Balint Földesi currently serves as Global E-Commerce Manager for Rockland Immunochemicals. With a foundation in biology and a Ph.D. in natural sciences, he reviews and writes scientific content for Rockland. He has more than a decade of professional experience as an e-commerce and marketing manager, working closely with life science and biotech companies. He is an avid runner and traveler, which adds fresh perspectives and a spirit of discovery to his work.


  • Amyloid-β Deposition Linked to Myelin Dysfunction
    One of the distinctive features of Alzheimer's disease involves the accumulation of extracellular plaque formations containing amyloid-β.
  • Anti-GFP Antibodies: Tools to Study Erebosis
    More and more cell death mechanisms are being discovered. One of the newest members is erebosis, which was first described in the April 2022 issue of PLoS Biology.
  • Cardiovascular Antibodies
    Rockland's validated cardiovascular antibodies Utilize Rockland's cardiovascular antibodies to study many of the pathways within the cardiovascular system.
  • Catalase in Neurodegenerative Diseases
    The relationship between oxidative stress, catalase, and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's is complex and multifaceted.
  • Cuproptosis: Connecting Copper to Cell Death
    Learn more about the recently discovered copper-induced cell death associated with lipoylated tricarboxylic acid cycle proteins.
  • DyLight Fluorescent Dye Conjugates
    DyLight™ conjugated antibodies are high-performance fluorescent conjugates for use in primary or secondary antibody assays.
  • Endotoxin Testing
    Endotoxin, also known as lipopolysaccharide (LPS), is a major component of the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria.
  • GFP Antibodies
    Learn about the features and benefits of GFP antibodies from chicken, goat, mouse, and rabbit and how they address specific concerns and applications in scientific research.
  • Histone Modifications
    Posttranslational modifications such as methylation, phosphorylation, citrullination, biotinylation, ubiquitination, and SUMOylation have been associated with histones.
  • How the Black Death Shaped the Modern Immune System
    Learn how researchers were able to identify genetic variants that were associated with the survival of the Black Death.
  • Immunophenotyping
    Learn how immunophenotyping enables immune cell identification, disease characterization, and biomarker discovery.
  • Intercellular Matrix
    The intercellular matrix (ICM), also known as the extracellular matrix (ECM), represents a complex and dynamic network that envelops and provides structural support to cells in multicellular organisms.
  • Lateral Flow Assays for Sickle Cell Disease
    In sickle cell disease, lateral flow assays may be used to diagnose and monitor the severity of the disease by testing blood samples for markers such as abnormal hemoglobin.
  • Mesothelin Immunotherapy
    Within the realm of novel immunotherapies, mesothelin (MSLN) has emerged as a promising target for the treatment of various cancers.
  • Necroptosis and Neuronal Cell Loss in Alzheimer's Disease
    Exposure to amyloid plaques and tau tangles triggers necroptosis, according to a recent study.
  • Nucleic Acid Modifications in Drug Development
    The use of nucleic acid-based drugs has long been understood as having great promise because of its compelling logic.
  • Protein Markers of Dementia Risk
    In a recent large-scale study, a proteomic signature associated with increased dementia risk has been identified.
  • Pyroptosis: Cells on Fire
    Pyroptosis helps to combat intracellular infections by eliminating the affected cell and exposing the pathogen.
  • TAU Immunotherapy
    Alzheimer's disease (AD) is characterized by the presence of β-amyloid peptide and phosphorylated tau protein.
  • The Ferroptosis Pathway
    Cell death can occur in a variety of ways, and new pathways continue to be discovered. One of them, named ferroptosis, was just recently identified.
  • The Many Faces of Cell Death
    In highly organized biological systems like multicellular organisms, tight regulation of growth and death is imminent.