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Targeting Trends 2016 Newsletter

Read the 2016 newsletters and recent scientific references 2016, issue 1: Striatal patch compartment lesions reduce cocaine-induced repetitive behaviors / by KA Horner and collaborators R Murray and MC Logan Mercer / featuring Dermorphin-SAP (Cat. #IT-12) From the President: New Beginnings Targeting Talk: Safety of the Toxin Featured Products: Custom Conjugates 2016, issue 2: Cerebral …

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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 …

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Cover Article: Striatal patch compartment lesions reduce cocaine-induced repetitive behaviors

by Kristen Ashley Horner and collaborators R. Murray and M.C. LoganMercer University School of Medicine, Savannah, GA 31404 Repeated exposure to psychostimulants, such as cocaine, can result in patterns of repetitive, inflexible behaviors, known as stereotypy.[1,2] These inflexible behaviors are thought to be similar to the type of behaviors observed with certain psychiatric disorders, such …

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