Microglia: An Overview
Kris Kralovich, M.Sc., of our sister company, Antibodies Incorporated, provides an overview of microglia, a specialized type of glial cell.
(Image courtesy of Gerry Shaw, used under Creative Commons License 4.0.)
A recent publication on the mystery of chronic pain uses our Prostatic Acid Phosphatase (PAP) antibody.
Defining a Spinal Microcircuit that Gates Myelinated Afferent Input: Implications for Tactile Allodynia.
Boyle, Kieran A et al. Cell reports vol. 28,2 (2019): 526-540.e6. doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2019.06.040
Read the article | Our anti-PAP Ab
Above: Somatotopic representation of axotomised afferent fibres in the mouse spinal dorsal horn following SNI: the effect of peripheral axotomy on tdTom expression in a PVCre;Ai9 mouse. Prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP) immunolabelling (green) labels the central projections of non-peptidergic C-fibres predominantly, and is visualised as a continuous dense plexus of axon terminals in lamina IIin naïve animals. (Image used under Creative Commons License 4.0.)
Custom Chicken Antibodies from the Experts
Contact us to learn how we’ve helped hundreds of researchers through our custom chicken antibody development services performed in our ISO-, USDA-, NIH- and FDA-certified facilities.
What We’re Reading: Progress Made on Key Question of the Chicken or the Egg.
Jean Teh knows a thing or two about chickens, and she directs us to this new study on the origins and domestication of the chicken.
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