Targeting Trends Newsletter 04q2

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Newsletter Highlights

  • 10th Anniversary (page 2)
  • San Marco Watercolor (page 2)
  • Streptavidin vs. Avidin (page 5)
  • mu p75-SAP, Anti-Tac-SAP (page 7)

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192 IgG-Saporin-Induced Lesions Identify an Inhibitory Role in Cocaine Reward for Cholinergic Neuronal Systems in the Diagonal Band and Ventral Pallidum – read article
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Contributed by Dr. James Smith, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Medical Center Blvd, Winston-Salem NC 27157

Product information related to cover article: 192-IgG-SAP (Cat. #IT-01)

Ten Years and Growing Strong

Accomplished Scientist. . . Talented Artist – Rosalind Ridley

  • Doors of San Marco basilica (watercolor)

Recent Scientific References – read online

Targeting Talk: Streptavidin versus Avidin – read online

  • I recently tried to order avidinylated-SAP and was told that this product has been replaced with a new product, streptavidin-SAP (streptavidin-ZAP). Why did you replace avidinylated-SAP?
  • I use avidinylated-SAP to demonstrate that my antibody internalizes. It worked quite well for me.

192 IgG-Saporin-Induced Lesions Identify an Inhibitory Role in Cocaine Reward – read article
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