Kerafast New Research Materials From Your Colleagues – Cells, Antibodies & More_2017.08

Kerafast New Research Materials From Your Colleagues – Cells, Antibodies & More_2017.08

2017.08.09

 

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At Kerafast, we are continually adding new reagents to our portfolio of difficult-to-access bioresearch materials. Our latest antibodies are listed below; click on the links to learn more.

 

Cells

Rat Epineurial Cells
From the laboratory of Paula V. Monje, PhD, University of Miami
Primary cells useful for studying nerve regeneration, or as negative or reference controls in in vitro and in vivo Schwann cell studies

Thy-1 Positive Rat Fibroblasts
From the laboratory of Paula V. Monje, PhD, University of Miami
Express high levels of cell surface Thy-1 membrane glycoprotein, while lacking expression of various Schwann cell-specific markers

Antibodies

CPG2 Antibodies
From the laboratory of Elly Nedivi, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Recognize mouse and rat CPG2, a protein uniquely expressed in the postsynaptic zones of glutamatergic (excitatory) synapses

Dental Research Antibodies
From the laboratory of Larry W. Fisher, PhD, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research/NIH
React with various proteins found in bone, cartilage and other tissues, including biglycan, bone sialoprotein, collagen, decorin, dentin matrix protein-1 and more

Ferret B Cell Immunoglobulin Antibodies
From the laboratories of Ted M. Ross, PhD and Greg A. Kirchenbaum, PhD, University of Georgia
Recognize ferret Ig and allow for segregation of ferret B cells by light chain expression; useful for influenza research and diagnosing B cell malignancies

mCherry (Chicken) Antibody
From the laboratory of Dawen Cai, PhD, University of Michigan
New mCherry antibody added to list of available Brainbow antibodies, which are designed to distinguish between individual neurons in the brain

VGLUT Antibodies
From the laboratory of Jeffrey D. Erickson, PhD, LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
Recognize mouse and rat VGLUT1 or VGLUT2, sodium-dependent phosphate transporters that facilitate glutamate uptake in the brain

Other New Materials

Polysulfide Polymer Mercury Sorbents
From the laboratory of Justin M. Chalker, PhD, University of Flinders
Useful tools for mercury capture and mercury remediation studies; polymers available to remove mercury from fluids, solids and air

Reactive Dyes
Newly available reactive dyes, including water-soluble options, dyes ideal for click chemistry applications, and new fluorophores such as BDP and FAM

 

 

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