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ZAP Antibody Internalization Kits

ZAP Antibody Internalization Kits contain all of the materials needed to screen your antibody.  Included, in addition to the selected ZAP products, are controls and developing reagents for the assay.  All the user provides are the materials specific to their experiment (the antibody candidate, cells expressing the target, and culture reagents). Recommended protocols for use […]

Fab-pHAST: The newest targeting tool

Contributed by Patrick Shramm, Product Manager for Fab-pHast We are pleased to announce a new set of tools to rapidly screen antibodies, Fab-pHast conjugates. The ATS pHAST product line provides the FASTEST results in quantitative testing of your antibody’s specific-binding and internalization. Fab-pHast contains a pH-dependent fluorescent reporter that increases intensity in acidic surroundings, such […]

Toolbox: Orexin Receptor Antibody Conjugates

Anti-OX1R-SAP (Cat. #BETA-007) eliminates mouse, rat, and guinea pig cells expressing the orexin 1 receptor. All other cells are left untouched. Anti-OX2R-SAP (Cat. #BETA-008) eliminates rat cells expressing the orexin 2 receptor (OX2R). All other cells are left untouched. These two immunotoxins are being offered as part of our Beta Testing program. They have not […]

Toolbox: Orexin-B-SAP

ATS is pleased to re-release a product and kit specific for the Orexin 2 receptor (OX2R). The Orexin 1 and Orexin 2 receptors are found in the perifornical area/latero-posterior hypothalamus, and projections from this area cover much of the brain. These receptors have been implicated in various neurophysiological and neuropsychological disorders such as narcolepsy, insomnia, […]

Toolbox: vGAT Products

ATS is pleased to present a new product line specific for the vesicular GABA transporter (vGAT) protein. vGAT mediates both the accumulaXon of GABA into synaptic vesicles and its release from nerve terminals. vGAT is expressed in nerve endings of GABAergic neurons throughout the CNS. The GABAergic system is crucial to the development and functional […]

Toolbox: Stable Transfected Cell Lines

CHOp75 Cells 192-IgG-SAP is the #1 rat p75-lesioning tool available for research use.  Our development of CHOp75 cells grew from the need for a stable, reliable cell line to use for Quality Control of each new lot of 192-IgG-SAP.  Now, these cells are available for use in laboratories worldwide. CHOp75 cells are standard CHO (Chinese […]

Targeting Tools: Brand New Website

We are proud to announce the release of our newly redesigned website. It has been crafted to reflect content our customers access most often and to provide new visitors an easier way to learn about ATS’s products and services. Immediately you will notice streamlined menus, simple navigation and access to the information you need, any […]


Targeting Tools: Beta Products

In an effort to accelerate offering new targeted toxins to our customers, we launched the Beta Product program early in 2015. Publications and collaborations are an invaluable source of independent data to support the efficacy of our products. To help streamline this process, we’ve created a catalog of new targeted toxins that we’re offering to […]

Targeting Tools: Custom Conjugates – Made to Order

Proteins come in all shapes and sizes and don’t always contain a ready-to-conjugate binding site. ATS scientists are conjugation experts when it comes to crosslinking peptides, antibodies, and other proteins. Whether you are in need of a Saporin conjugate, biotin labeling, fluorochrome labeling, ADC’s, or other toxin conjugates, we can help you design a strategy […]

Targeting Tools: MonoBiotin-ZAP

The conjugation specialists at Advanced Targeting Systems are proud to announce a new addition to the catalog: MonoBiotin-ZAP Cat. #BT-ZAP Researchers now have more freedom in selecting conjugation strategies. Users have taken advantage of the ability to use biotinylated targeting agents with Streptavidin-ZAP (Cat. #IT-27) a chemical conjugate between saporin and streptavidin. Streptavidin-ZAP converts biotinylated […]