Oxytocin, the Cuddle Hormone
Our neuropeptide group has a new member, a Guinea pig polyclonal antibody against oxytocin. Oxytocin, in the media also called the "cuddle hormone", has important functions during and after childbirth and various behaviors, including complex behaviors like pair bonding and social recognition. This new antibody gives excellent results in IHC and IHC-P (FFPE) applications.
The second new antibody we want to highlight is a rat monoclonal F4/80 antibody. F4/80 is a murine cell surface glycoprotein of the EGF-TM7 family and a widely used marker of murine macrophages. This antibody displays extraordinary good results in IHC and IHC-P (FFPE) applications with a very low background.
To make co-staining easier for you we have added an affinity purified polyclonal chicken antibody to our very well established Cannabinoid receptor (CB1-R) antibody family. We also offer a new rabbit polyclonal antibody against ATP1B2, also called AMOG (adhesion molecule in glia). This protein is the non-catalytic subunit of the Na+/K+ transporting ATPase and has shown to mediate cell adhesion of neurons and astrocytes.