Chicken Satellite Cells From the laboratory of Sandra G. Velleman, PhD, The Ohio State University Four chicken satellite cell lines, RbCh, SPF, MD and LSN, isolated from male birds and the pectoralis major muscle. Can be useful for studying muscular dystrophy.
Turkey Satellite Cells From the laboratory of Sandra G. Velleman, PhD, The Ohio State University Two turkey satellite cell lines, RBC2 and F, isolated from male birds and the pectoralis major muscle.
Anti-Viral Compounds From Advanced Molecular Technologies Various anti-viral compounds that are useful for HIV research and Vapendavir which can be used to look at capsid binding.
BODIPY Analogues From Advanced Molecular Technologies Two BODIPY analogues that can be used as a green fluorescent dye for lipids and membranes.
PCzBT and PCzDTBT Polymer Nanoparticles (Pdots) From the laboratory of Satoshi Habuchi, PhD, King Abudllah University of Science & Technology Size controllable conjugated polymer nanoparticles, with fluorescence spanning the spectral range from far-red to short wavelength infrared.
Other Small Molecules From Advanced Molecular Technologies Various other small molecules, including 1,1′-Oxybis[3-(2-methoxyphenoxy)-2-propanol], Clozapine N-oxide hydrochloride salt and more.
Chicken Cytokine Antibodies From the United States Department of Agriculture/USDA A variety of chicken cytokine antibodies from the USDA, including CCL, CD, IFN, TL1A and IL antibodies.
LivePAR Lentivirus From the laboratory of Robert W. Sobol, PhD, University of South Alabama LivePAR lentivirus preparation for expression of genetically encoded poly-ADP-ribose (PAR) monitor in mammalian cells.