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American Association for Cancer Research, AACR 2024

Visit ATS April 7-10, Booth 3453 to discover how ATS products can advance your Cancer Research Antibody Drug Conjugates to Treat Cancer A Brief History of Saporin and its Contributions to Neuroscience Targeted Toxins – Cheaper and Quicker than Knockouts A rapid, pH-sensitive screening method to detect internalization of cell surface markers for development of …

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Annual Molecular Pathobiology Innovative Research Symposium

Advanced Targeting Systems Silver Sponsor Molecular Surgery definition: Specifically remove cells based on a unique cell surface marker; useful in both in vitro (e.g., antibody screening) and in vivo (e.g., ‘knock out’ models, functionomics) applications. Topics Bone integrity Fibronectin Mast cells Neuropathic pain Oral cancer Pain Stem Cells Teeth TRPV1   Products Anti-NK1R Anti-SERT-SAP Bombesin-SAP …

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European Association for Cancer Research

Booth 85 Molecular Surgery definition: Specifically remove cells based on a unique cell surface marker; useful in both in vitro (e.g., antibody screening) and in vivo (e.g., ‘knock out’ models, functionomics) applications. Visit Booth 85, and find out how you can use Molecular Surgery to discover a cure for cancer.

American Association of Immunologists, AAI 2023

May 12-14, Booth 5067 Molecular Surgery definition: Specifically remove cells based on a unique cell surface marker; useful in both in vitro (e.g., antibody screening) and in vivo (e.g., ‘knock out’ models, functionomics) applications. Visit Booth 5067, May 12-14 and find out how you can use Molecular Surgery. Curated Resources Saporin Uses in Immunology Immunology …

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American Association for Cancer Research, AACR 2023

April 15-19, Booth 2342 Molecular Surgery definition: Specifically remove cells based on a unique cell surface marker; useful in both in vitro (e.g., antibody screening) and in vivo (e.g., ‘knock out’ models, functionomics) applications. Visit Booth 2342, April 15-19 and find out how you can use Molecular Surgery to discover a cure for cancer.

German Neuroscience Society – 2023 Meeting

Join us at the German Neuroscience Society meeting in Göttingen! Molecular Neurosurgery definition: Specifically remove cells based on a unique cell surface marker; useful in both in vitro (e.g., antibody screening) and in vivo (e.g., ‘knock out’ models, functionomics) applications. Visit Booth 3, March 22-24 and find out how you can use Molecular Neurosurgery to …

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