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Targeting Trends 2005 Newsletter

Read the 2005 Newsletters and recent scientific references 2005, issue 1: IB4-SAP Prevents Axotomy-Induced Sprouting of Aß Fibers / by Pearson M / featuring IB4-SAP (Cat. #IT-10) ATS Seeks Strategic Partner for Chronic Pain Drug SFN Poster of the Year Targeting Talk: Effective Toxins Targeting Tools: Anti-ChAT (Cat. #AB-N34 and AB-N34AP) 2005, issue 2: Noradrenergic inputs to …

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Targeting Tools: Control Immunotoxins

One of the most important features of the Advanced Targeting Systems product line is the availability of control toxins that allow the researcher to fully evaluate results of the treatment of cells or animals with targeted toxins. For instance, anti-DBH-SAP is targeted with a mouse monoclonal antibody. Its control partner is mouse IgG-SAP, that is, …

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Cover Article: Noradrenergic inputs to the medial amygdala originate in the A1 and A2 cells groups and release norepinephrine after mating stimulation sufficient to induce pseudopregnancy

Contributed by Lesley E. Northrop, Nicole Cameron and Mary Erskine, Department of Biology, Boston University The posterodorsal medial amygdala (MePD) is involved in processing the information from genito- sensory stimuli which is needed for mating-induced pseudopregnancy. The amygdala complex is known to be involved in memory storage and consolidation, processes known to be influenced by …

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