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.

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Saporin Uses in Immunology

One of the more common methods of using Streptavidin-ZAP is to couple the complex with biotinylated antibodies. However, there are also many instances of biotinylated ligands, peptides, and even biotinylated major histocompatibility complex (MHC) tetramers in immunology fields. B-Cell Targeting. An example of utilizing Streptavidin-ZAP to study ligands that target CD22 were shown by Collins …

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20% Off All Products Take 20% off all products in your order! Offer ends 30 June 2023 USE CODE: GNS2023 Now is a great time to order ATS products! Enter code GNS2023 at checkout to receive a 20% discount on all products. Don’t miss out, this deal ends on 30 June 2023! Browse Products Need …

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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.

Animal Models

ATS Animal Models ATS offers many different Animal Model products and full kits for various disease and behavioral research applications. Animal Models Learn more about our Saporin-produced Animal Models. Choose the product links below for the Animal Model of your interest. Most Animal Models are ready in 2-4 weeks using our Saporin conjugate system to …

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pHast Conjugates

pHast Conjugates pHast Conjugates are one of our pHastest tools for quantitative testing of your primary antibody’s specificity, binding, and internalization, providing results in 1 day. Fluorescence intensity increases over time, indicating internalization of the pHast conjugate. Data generated using an IncuCyte SX5. How It Works The pHast conjugate binds to your primary antibody via …

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Biotin-Z Internalization Kit Introduction

Biotin-Z Internalization Kit Screen Your Biotinylated Targeting Agent Watch our introduction to theBiotin-Z Internalization Kit IN VITRO or IN VIVO applications provide definitive results Targeting Agents to Extracellular Markers For Example: Biotin-Z Internalization Kit Use cell surface markers to bind and internalize molecules into specific cell types. Eliminating specific cell types can reveal the function …

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