Targeting Trends Newsletter 04q4

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Newsletter Highlights

  • An afternoon in the park… (page 2)
  • Venice Watercolor (page 2)
  • SfN meeting in San Diego (page 6)
  • CCK-SAP, NPY-SAP, Anti-M-ZAP, and new antibodies (page 7)

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Effects of IB4-SAP on Bladder Overactivity – read article (continued on page 6)

Contributed by Dr. Naoki Yoshimura, Dept Urology/Pharmacology, Univ Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh PA 15213. Dr. Yoshimura summarizes his work with IB4-SAP. A complete report was published in Eur J Neurosci 20(2):474-482, 2004.

Product information related to cover article: IB4-SAP (Cat. #IT-10)

Take Me Out to the Ballgame…

Accomplished Scientist. . . Talented Artist – Rosalind Ridley

  • Palazzo Barbaro

Recent Scientific References – read online

Targeting Talk: Effective Toxins

  • Why do your directions for SSP-SAP state that it is to be used within hours after dissolution? To my knowledge, both proteins and peptides are stable in clean solution.
  • I understand that theoretically only one molecule of Saporin taken up by a cell is enough to induce cell death. I have been looking for literature on this topic but have not come across anything.

Targeting Teaser Solution and Winners

Effects of IB4-SAP on Bladder Overactivity – read article (continued from page 1)

Upcoming Events

  • Society for Neuroscience; October 23-27, 2004; San Diego, CA; Booth 3117
  • The American Society for Cell Biology; December 4-8, 2004; Washington, DC; Booth 403

The Society for Neuroscience meeting comes to San Diego October 23-27

Targeting Tools: Featured Products

Targeting Technology Tutorial

Targeting Teaser (Jumble)

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