The latest news from Neuromics, customers, collaborators, and friends. Here we will post publications, data, new reagents, and methods. 

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New Cluster of Differentiation (CD) Antibodies

Cluster of Differentiation proteins are a collection of cell surface molecules with many members. Cluster of Differentiation proteins have been shown to be pivotal to both cancer research and immune response research. Now, if you're looking to use CD antibodies in your research, it's your lucky day! Neuromics has just added 13 CD antibodies to the website.

Image: Immunohistochemistry staining of MO47044 on human tonsil tissue.

To access the complete list of CD antibodies offered by Neuromics, click the link. 

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New Antibodies to Explore

Neuromics is pleased to add a wide selection of antibodies perfect for many types of research. In particular, we've added Ankyrin 3/Ankyrin G antibodies, FABP7 (Fatty Acid-Binding Protein 7) antibodies, and many more.

Image: Immunofluorescent analysis of transfected HEK293 cells with a GFP-construct in green stained with mouse antibody to GFP, MO22184, dilution 1:1,000 in red. The blue is Hoechst staining of nuclear DNA. The MO22184 antibody reveals GFP protein expressed only in transfected cells, as a result transfected cells are appeared express both red and green signals and so appear an orange-golden color. Untransfected cells show neither signal.

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Your Data - Our Products

It's always great to hear from our clients and see the data that is being generated using our products. The following are examples of data being generated from people like you using Neuromics' products. 

Rat DRGs stained with VR1 antibody (cat# RA10110). The tissue was perfused, cryoprotected in 30% Sucrose-PBS and frozen sectioned to slides at 10um.  The tissue was labeled with VR1 (green) at 1:1000 and NeuN (red) at 1:1000.  This pictures was taken with an epifluorescent microscope at 10x. Thanks to Joanne Steinauer at University of California, San Diego for sharing

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Energize Your Cell-Based Assays

Collagen is a fibrous protein found in the extracellular matrix and connective tissue. The most common form of collagen is type I and is most prevalent in bone, tendon and skin. It consists of 3 intertwined coiled subunits: 2 x α1 (I) chains and 1 x α2 (I) chain. Each chain contains 1050 amino acids wound tightly around one another in a characteristic right-handed triple helix. The triple-helical structure of collagen arises from unique abundance of the amino acids in collagen appear in a characteristic repeating motif Gly-X-Y, where X is usually proline and Y is usually hydroxyproline.

AlphaBioCoat Solution (AC001) is a biocompatible complex of extracellular matrix binding solution that is supplemented with growth factors. It helps accelerate cell attachment and cell growth. AC001 is the premium version of our Smooth Coat Solution (SC300).

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