Prenatal Risk Factors for Developmental Delay

When does pregnancy start?

The beginning of pregnancy is actually the first day of your last menstrual period. This is called gestational age or menstrual age. It is about two weeks before conception actually occurs. Although it may seem strange, the date of the first day of your last period will be an important date in determining your due date. Your health care provider will ask you about this date and use it to determine how far along you are in your pregnancy.

How does conception work?

Every month, your body goes through a reproductive cycle that can end in one of two ways. Either you will have a menstrual period or you will get pregnant. This cycle occurs continuously during your reproductive years, from puberty in your teens to menopause around age 50. In a cycle that ends with pregnancy, there are several steps. First, a group of eggs (called oocytes) prepare to leave the ovary for ovulation (egg release). The eggs develop in small fluid-filled cysts called follicles.

Think of these follicles as little containers for each immature egg. From this group of eggs, one will mature and continue through the cycle. This follicle then suppresses all other follicles in the group. The other follicles stop growing at this point. The mature follicle now breaks open and releases the egg from the ovary. This is ovulation. Ovulation usually occurs about two weeks before your next menstrual period starts. It is usually in the middle of its cycle.

After ovulation, the open (ruptured) follicle develops into a structure called the corpus luteum. It secretes (releases) the hormones progesterone and estrogen. Progesterone helps prepare the endometrium (lining of the uterus). This lining is where a fertilized egg settles to develop. If you don’t get pregnant during a cycle, this lining is what is shed during your period. On average, fertilization occurs about two weeks after your last menstrual period. When the sperm enters the egg, changes occur in the protein coat of the egg to prevent other sperm from entering.

At the time of fertilization, your baby’s genetic makeup is complete, including her gender. The sex of your baby depends on which sperm fertilizes the egg at the time of conception. Generally, women have a genetic combination of XX and men have XY. Women give each egg an X. Each sperm can be either an X or a Y. If the fertilized egg and sperm are a combination of an X and a Y, it’s a boy. If there are two X’s, it’s a girl.

What happens right after conception?

Within 24 hours after fertilization, the egg begins to rapidly divide into many cells. It stays in the fallopian tube for about three days after conception. The fertilized egg (now called a blastocyst) then continues to divide as it slowly passes through the fallopian tube into the uterus. Once there, its next job is to adhere to the endometrium. This is called implantation.

However, before implantation, the blastocyst breaks out of its protective shell. When the blastocyst comes into contact with the endometrium, the two exchange hormones to help the blastocyst attach. Some women notice spotting (light bleeding) for a day or two when implantation occurs. This is normal and not something to worry about.

At this point, the endometrium thickens and the cervix (the opening between the uterus and the birth canal) is sealed with a plug of mucus. In three weeks, the blastocyst cells finally form a small ball or embryo. At that time, the first nerve cells have formed. Your developing fetus has already gone through a few name changes in the first few weeks of pregnancy. Generally, it is called an embryo from conception to the eighth week of development. After the eighth week, it is called a fetus until it is born.

How early can I know that I am pregnant?

From the moment of conception, the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) will be present in your blood. This hormone is created by the cells that make up the placenta (a food source for the growing fetus). It is also the hormone detected in a pregnancy test. Even though this hormone is there from the beginning, it takes time for it to develop within your body. It usually takes three to four weeks from the first day of your last period for hCG to raise enough to be detected by pregnancy tests.

When should I contact my health care provider about a new pregnancy?

Most health care providers will ask you to wait for an appointment until you have had a positive home pregnancy test. These tests are very accurate once you have enough hCG circulating throughout your body. This can be a few weeks after conception. It’s best to call your health care provider once you have a positive pregnancy test to schedule your first appointment.

When you call, your health care provider may ask if you are taking a prenatal vitamin. These supplements contain folic acid. It is important that you get at least 400 mcg of folic acid every day during pregnancy to ensure that the fetus’s neural tube (beginning of the brain and spinal column) develops properly. Many health care providers suggest that you take prenatal vitamins with folic acid even when you are not pregnant. If you weren’t taking prenatal vitamins before your pregnancy, your provider may ask you to start as soon as possible.

What is the timeline for fetal development?

The fetus will change a lot during a typical pregnancy. This time is divided into three stages, called trimesters. Each trimester is a set of about three months. Your health care provider will probably talk to you about fetal development and risk in terms of weeks. So if you are three months pregnant, you are around 12 weeks.

You will see different changes in the fetus and yourself during each trimester.

Traditionally, we think of pregnancy as a nine-month process. However, this is not always the case. A full-term pregnancy is 40 weeks or 280 days. Depending on the months you are pregnant (some are shorter and some are longer) and the week you give birth, you could be pregnant for nine months or 10 months. This is completely normal and healthy.

Once you get closer to the end of your pregnancy, you may hear several category names as you go into labour. These labels divide the last weeks of pregnancy. They are also used to look for certain complications in newborns. Babies born at or before early-term may be at higher risk for breathing, hearing, or learning problems than babies born a few weeks later at full term. When looking at these labels, it is important to know how they are written. You may see the week first (38) and then you will see two numbers separated by a slash (6/7). This represents how many days you currently have in the gestational week. So if you see 38 6/7, it means you are on day 6 of your 38th week.

The last weeks of pregnancy are divided into the following groups:

Early term: 37 0/7 weeks to 38 6/7 weeks.
Full term: 39 0/7 weeks to 40 6/7 weeks.
Late-term: 41 0/7 weeks to 41 6/7 weeks.
Post-term: 42 0/7 weeks onwards.

Talk to your health care provider about any questions you may have about gestational age and due date.

Eukaryote vs Prokaryote

Every living organism falls into one of two groups: eukaryotes or prokaryotes. The cell structure determines which group an organism belongs to. In this article, we will explain in detail what prokaryotes and eukaryotes are and describe the differences between the two.

Definition of prokaryote

Prokaryotes are single-celled organisms that lack membrane-bound structures, the most notable of which is the nucleus. Prokaryotic cells tend to be small, simple cells, measuring between 0.1 and 5 μm in diameter. Although prokaryotic cells do not have membrane-bound structures, they do have distinct cellular regions. In prokaryotic cells, the DNA is grouped in a region called the nucleoid.

Characteristics of prokaryotic cells

Here’s a breakdown of what you might find in a prokaryotic bacterial cell.

  • Nucleoid: A central region of the cell that contains its DNA.
  • Ribosome: Ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis.
  • Cell wall: The cell wall provides structure and protection from the outside environment. Most bacteria have a rigid cell wall made of carbohydrates and proteins called peptidoglycans.
  • Cell membrane: Every prokaryote has a cell membrane, also known as the plasma membrane, which separates the cell from the outside environment.
  • Capsule: Some bacteria have a layer of carbohydrates that surrounds the cell wall called a capsule. The capsule helps the bacteria stick to surfaces.
  • Fimbriae: Fimbriae are thin hair-like structures that help with cell attachment.
  • Pili: Pili are rod-shaped structures involved in multiple functions, including DNA binding and transfer.
  • Flagella: Flagella are thin, tail-like structures that aid in movement.

Examples of prokaryotes

Bacteria and archaea are the two types of prokaryotes.

Do prokaryotes have mitochondria?

No, prokaryotes do not have mitochondria. Mitochondria are only found in eukaryotic cells. This is also true for other membrane-bound structures, such as the nucleus and the Golgi apparatus (more on this later). One theory of eukaryotic evolution hypothesizes that mitochondria were the first prokaryotic cells to live inside other cells. Over time, evolution led these separate organisms to function as a single organism in the form of a eukaryote.

Definition of eukaryote

Eukaryotes are organisms whose cells have a nucleus and other organelles enclosed by a plasma membrane. Organelles are internal structures responsible for a variety of functions, such as energy production and protein synthesis. Eukaryotic cells are large (around 10-100 μm) and complex. While most eukaryotes are multicellular organisms, there are some single-celled eukaryotes.

Characteristics of eukaryotic cells

Within a eukaryotic cell, each membrane-bound structure carries out specific cellular functions. Here is an overview of many of the major components of eukaryotic cells.

  • Nucleus: The nucleus stores genetic information in the form of chromatin.
  • Nucleolus: Found within the nucleus, the nucleolus is the part of eukaryotic cells where ribosomal RNA is produced.
  • Plasma Membrane: The plasma membrane is a phospholipid bilayer that surrounds the entire cell and encompasses the internal organelles.
  • Cytoskeleton or cell wall: The cytoskeleton or cell wall provides structure, allows for cell movement, and plays a role in cell division.
  • Ribosomes: Ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis.
  • Mitochondria: Mitochondria, also known as the power plants of the cell, are responsible for energy production.
  • Cytoplasm: The cytoplasm is the region of the cell between the nuclear envelope and the plasma membrane.
  • Cytosol: Cytosol is a gel-like substance inside the cell that contains the organelles.
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum: The endoplasmic reticulum is an organelle dedicated to protein maturation and transport.
  • Vesicles and vacuoles: Vesicles and vacuoles are membrane-bound sacs that are involved in transport and storage.

Other common organelles found in many, but not all, eukaryotes include the Golgi apparatus, chloroplasts, and lysosomes.

Examples of eukaryotes

Animals, plants, fungi, algae, and protozoa are all eukaryotes.

Comparing Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes

All life on Earth consists of eukaryotic cells or prokaryotic cells. Prokaryotes were the first life form. Scientists believe that eukaryotes evolved from prokaryotes about 2.7 billion years ago. The main distinction between these two types of organisms is that eukaryotic cells have a membrane-bound nucleus and prokaryotic cells do not. The nucleus is where eukaryotes store their genetic information.

In prokaryotes, DNA is bundled in the nucleoid region but is not stored within a membrane-bound nucleus. The nucleus is just one of many membrane-bound organelles in eukaryotes. Prokaryotes, on the other hand, do not have membrane-bound organelles. Another important difference is the structure of DNA. The DNA of eukaryotes consists of multiple linear double-stranded DNA molecules, while that of prokaryotes is double-stranded and circular.

Key Similarities Between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes

All cells, whether prokaryotic or eukaryotic, share these four characteristics:

1. DNA

2. Plasma membrane

3. Cytoplasm

4. Ribosomes

Transcription and Translation in Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes

In prokaryotic cells, transcription and translation are coupled, meaning that translation begins during mRNA synthesis. In eukaryotic cells, transcription and translation are not coupled. Transcription occurs in the nucleus, producing mRNA. The mRNA then leaves the nucleus and translation occurs in the cytoplasm of the cell.

Endocytosis and Exocytosis

Endocytosis and exocytosis are the processes by which cells move materials into or out of the cell that is too large to pass directly through the lipid bilayer of the cell membrane. Large molecules, microorganisms, and waste products are some of the substances that move across the cell membrane through exocytosis and endocytosis.

Why is bulk transport important for cells?

Cell membranes are semi-permeable, meaning that they allow certain small molecules and ions to passively diffuse through them. Other small molecules can enter or leave the cell through carrier proteins or channels. But there are materials that are too large to pass through the cell membrane using these methods. There are times when a cell will need to engulf a bacterium or release a hormone. It is during these cases that bulk transport mechanisms are needed. Endocytosis and exocytosis are the bulk transport mechanisms used in eukaryotes. Since these transport processes require energy, they are known as active transport processes.

Vesicular function in endocytosis and exocytosis.

During bulk transport, larger substances or large packages of small molecules are transported across the cell membrane, also known as the plasma membrane, by means of vesicles; think of vesicles as little sacs of the membrane that can fuse with the cell membrane.

Cell membranes are composed of a lipid bilayer. The walls of the vesicles are also made up of a lipid bilayer, so they are capable of fusing with the cell membrane. This fusion between the vesicles and the plasma membrane facilitates bulk transport both in and out of the cell.

What is endocytosis? Endocytosis definition and purposes

Endocytosis is the process by which cells take in substances from outside the cell by engulfing them in a vesicle. These can include things like nutrients to support the cell or pathogens that the immune cells gobble up and destroy. Endocytosis occurs when a portion of the cell membrane folds back on itself, surrounding the extracellular fluid and various molecules or microorganisms. The resulting vesicle breaks apart and is transported into the cell.

Endocytosis serves many purposes, including:

  • Take in nutrients for cell growth, function, and repair: Cells need materials like proteins and lipids to function.
  • The capture of pathogens or other unknown substances that can endanger the body: When the immune system identifies pathogens such as bacteria, immune cells engulf them to destroy them.
  • Disposal of old or damaged cells: Cells must be disposed of safely when they stop working properly to prevent damage to other cells. These cells are removed by endocytosis.

Types of endocytosis

There are two types of endocytosis: phagocytosis and pinocytosis.

  • Phagocytosis

Phagocytosis, also known as cell ingestion, is the process by which cells internalize large cells or particles, such as damaged cells and bacteria. Within the human body and in other mammals, phagocytosis is the way immune cells engulf and destroy dangerous microorganisms or toxic compounds. Macrophages and neutrophils, types of white blood cells, are the two main phagocytes. These white blood cells are responsible for removing aged and damaged cells, as well as killing infectious microorganisms.

  • Pinocytosis

Pinocytosis, also known as cell drinking, is common in animal and plant cells. During pinocytosis, the cell takes up substances from the extracellular fluid that it needs to function. These include things like water and nutrients. Receptor-mediated endocytosis is a specialized type of pinocytosis. During receptor-mediated endocytosis, macromolecules bind to receptors along the surface of the cell’s plasma membrane. Cholesterol uptake is an example of receptor-mediated endocytosis.

The steps of endocytosis.

The following is a summary of the basic steps of the two types of endocytosis.

1. Phagocytosis:

  • A particle or substance binds to receptors on the cell surface, stimulating the release of pseudopods (cytoplasm-filled extensions of the plasma membrane).
  • The pseudopodia surround the object until their membranes fuse, forming a phagocytic vesicle.
  • The phagocytic vesicle detaches from the cell membrane and enters the cell.
  • The phagocytic vesicle fuses with lysosomes, which recycle or destroy the contents of the vesicle.

2. Pinocytosis:

  • The molecules bind to receptors located along the surface of the cell membrane.
  • The plasma membrane folds, forming a pinocytic vesicle that contains the molecules and extracellular fluid.
  • The pinocytic vesicle detaches from the cell membrane inside the cell.
  • The vesicle fuses with the first endosomes where the contents inside are sorted.

Example of endocytosis

Macrophages are a type of white blood cell that plays a central role in protecting mammals against pathogens such as bacteria and viruses. When a macrophage comes into contact with a virus, say a cold virus in the bloodstream, it can bind to the cell surface of the virus.

The macrophage will then form a vesicle around the virus, ingesting it completely. The vesicle then travels to the cytosol and fuses with the lysosome, where the virus is broken down. Some viruses replicate by “tricking” host cells into endocytosing them, at which point the virus hijacks the cell and tells it to replicate the virus genome and capsid.

What is exocytosis? Exocytosis definition and purposes

Exocytosis is the process by which cells move materials from inside the cell into the extracellular fluid. Exocytosis occurs when a vesicle fuses with the plasma membrane, allowing its contents to be released outside the cell.

Exocytosis has the following purposes:

  • Removal of toxins or waste products from within the cell: Cells create waste or toxins that must be removed from the cell to maintain homeostasis. For example, in aerobic respiration, cells produce the waste products carbon dioxide and water during the formation of ATP. Carbon dioxide and water are removed from these cells by exocytosis.
  • Facilitate cell communication: Cells create signalling molecules such as hormones and neurotransmitters. They are delivered to other cells upon their release from the cell through exocytosis.
  • Facilitate cell membrane growth, repair, signalling, and migration: When cells take in materials from outside the cell during endocytosis, they use lipids and proteins from the plasma membrane to create vesicles. When certain exocytotic vesicles fuse with the cell membrane, they replenish the cell membrane with these materials.

Types of exocytosis

  • Regulated exocytosis

Most exocytotic vesicles contain substances created within the endoplasmic reticulum for use elsewhere in the body, such as neurotransmitters or hormones. These molecules then pack inside a membrane layer called a vesicle. Once excreted from the endoplasmic reticulum, these vesicles are transported to the Golgi apparatus (also known as the Golgi complex) for further modification.

The molecules are then repackaged into a vesicle that makes its way to the plasma membrane. The release of these molecules from the cell is called regulated exocytosis because the expulsion of the materials is controlled or regulated by extracellular signals that cause membrane depolarization.

  • Constitutive exocytosis

Constitutive exocytosis, by contrast, does not require any extracellular signals. Most of the molecules that travel to the plasma membrane do so through this pathway.

After exocytosis, some exocytotic vesicles are incorporated into the plasma membrane (full vesicle fusion), while others return to the interior of the cell after their contents have been released (this is called the “kiss and run” pathway). Others remain attached to the membrane, where they can be used multiple times (the “kiss and stay” pathway).

The steps of exocytosis

Below is a summary of the basic steps of exocytosis.

  • A vesicle forms, typically within the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus or early endosomes.
  • The vesicle travels to the cell membrane.
  • The vesicle fuses with the plasma membrane, during which the two bilayers fuse.
  • The contents of the vesicle are released into the extracellular space.
  • The vesicle fuses with or separates from the cell membrane.

Example of exocytosis

Let’s take the macrophage that we discussed in our endocytosis example. Once the white blood cell has engulfed a foreign pathogen, eliminate it, certain parts of the pathogen are no longer needed. The macrophage gets rid of this waste material through exocytosis, during which vesicles transport unwanted pathogenic material.

Development of antigen sandwich ELISA to detect interferon-alpha (IFN-α) using monoclonal antibodies in chicken

Development of antigen sandwich ELISA to detect interferon-alpha (IFN-α) using monoclonal antibodies in chicken

Interferon alpha (IFN-α) belongs to the kind I interferon household which mediates an early innate immune response to viral infections. Within the current examine, we developed sandwich ELISA utilizing particular mouse monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) to measure IFN-α manufacturing in chickens. Recombinant rooster IFN-α (chIFN-α) expressed in yeast have been bought from Kingfisher Biotech, and used to immunize the mice. 5 mAbs which particularly acknowledge rooster IFN-α antigen have been chosen and characterised. For sandwich ELISA improvement, mAbs have been labeled with biotin, adopted by a pairing take a look at to establish the perfect seize and detection antibodies. Two units of mouse anti-chIFN-α mAb pairs have been decided and an ordinary curve was established utilizing recombinant chIFN-α.

The sandwich ELISA successfully detected an elevated IFN-α manufacturing in rooster macrophage cells stimulated by polyinosinic:polycytidylic acid (poly I:C), and its minimal detectable stage was about 25 pg/mL. The anti-viral exercise of chIFN-α in opposition to vesicular stomatitis virus was characterised in avian embryonic fibroblast and the mouse anti-chIFN-α mAbs which neutralize its exercise have been recognized. The newly developed antigen sandwich ELISA developed on this examine will probably be a useful gizmo to watch IFN-α manufacturing in chickens.

The HIV Reservoirs Consortium: On this program, a consortium of educational labs has been established to outline the biology of the rebound-competent reservoir of HIV in vivo ( serological library) and, particularly, to find circulating non-viral biomarkers that can be utilized to watch it over time. A strategically centered, multidisciplinary workforce effort is finishing up research in PLHIV in resource-limited elements of the world in addition to in non-human primate fashions that recapitulate related points of human HIV an infection and during which the reservoir might be systematically perturbed with interventions that might not be utilized in people.

Utilizing state-of-the-art assays, it’s hoped that circulating non-viral biomarkers for the rebound-competent reservoir will probably be found within the non-human primate, cross-validated within the human, and assessed for his or her skill to outline the scale and high quality of the rebound-competent reservoir whereas on ART and the time to viral rebound as soon as ART is discontinued. Of notice, the HIV Frontiers Program pre-supposes the need to imagine and to share vital threat. Substantial new monetary sources and a sustained dedication will probably be required to pursue the a number of parts of a “single-shot” HIV remedy in parallel and to concurrently launch the HIV Reservoirs Consortium. Such sources and dedication is not going to come up from a single supply; quite, partnerships should be shaped and strategic priorities set. This assessment will define a number of the steps which might be being taken to achieve these objectives.

Development of antigen sandwich ELISA to detect interferon-alpha (IFN-α) using monoclonal antibodies in chicken

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Structural restore of sentimental tissue for regenerative therapies might be superior by growing biocompatible and bioresorbable supplies with mechanical properties much like the tissue focused for remedy. Growing new supplies modeling smooth tissue mechanics can mitigate many limitations of fabric based mostly therapies, particularly regarding the mechanical stress and deformation the fabric imposes on surrounding tissue constructions. Nonetheless, many elastomeric supplies utilized in smooth tissue restore lack the power to be delivered by minimally invasive surgical (MIS) or transcatheter routes and require open surgical approaches for placement and utility.
We’ve developed a biocompatible and absolutely biodegradable form reminiscence elastomer, poly-(glycerol dodecanedioate) (PGD), which fulfills the necessities for hyperelasticity and reveals form reminiscence conduct to function a novel substrate materials for regenerative remedy in minimally invasive scientific procedures. Our earlier work demonstrated management over the tangent modulus at 12.5% compressive pressure between 1 and three MPa by rising the crosslinking density within the polymer. So as to enhance management over a broader vary of mechanical properties, nonlinear conduct, and toughness, we 1) diversified PGD bodily crosslink density, 2) included sheets of porcine small intestinal submucosa (SIS, Prepare dinner Biotech, Inc.) with various thickness, and three) combined lyophilized SIS particulates into PGD at completely different weight percentages.
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Description: Mouse polyclonal to Blood Group Wrb

anti-Blood Group Wrb

YF-PA15326 50 ug
EUR 363
Description: Mouse polyclonal to Blood Group Wrb

Bovine Red Blood Cells

88R-B002 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Bovine Red Blood Cells

Chicken Red Blood Cells

88R-C002 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Chicken Red Blood Cells

Dog Red Blood Cells

88R-D004 10 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Dog Red Blood Cells

Goat Red Blood Cells

88R-G003 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Goat Red Blood Cells

Hamster Red Blood Cells

88R-H001 5 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Hamster Red Blood Cells

Horse Red Blood Cells

88R-H002 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Horse Red Blood Cells

Hamster Red Blood Cells

88R-H003 10 ml
EUR 489
Description: Washed and freshly prepared 10% suspension of Hamster Red Blood Cells

Mouse Red Blood Cells

88R-M001 10 ml
EUR 295
Description: Washed and freshly prepared 10% suspension of Mouse Red Blood Cells

Monkey Red Blood Cells

88R-M003 5 x 2 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Monkey Red Blood Cells

Mouse Red Blood Cells

88R-M004 5 x 2 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Mouse Red Blood Cells

Pig Red Blood Cells

88R-P002 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Pig Red Blood Cells

Rabbit Red Blood Cells

88R-R001 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Rabbit Red Blood Cells

Rat Red Blood Cells

88R-R002 5 x 2.0ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Rat Red Blood Cells

Rat Red Blood Cells

88R-R005 25 ml
EUR 327
Description: Washed and freshly prepared 10% suspension of Rat Red Blood Cells

Sheep Red Blood Cells

88R-S001 100 ml
EUR 512
Description: Washed and freshly prepared 10% suspension of Sheep Red Blood Cells

Sheep Red Blood Cells

88R-S003 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Sheep Red Blood Cells

Sheep Red Blood Cells

88R-S004 10 ml
EUR 521
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared albumin sensitised Sheep Red Blood Cells

Sheep Red Blood Cells

88R-S005 10 ml
EUR 446
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared tanned Sheep Red Blood Cells

Turkey Red Blood Cells

88R-T001 20 ml
EUR 273
Description: Glutaraldehyde-stabilized freshly prepared Turkey Red Blood Cells

Sheep Red Blood Cells

20R-RS001 10 ml
EUR 521
Description: Human IgG Senstitized Gluteraldehyde Stabilized Sheep Red Bllood Cells

Blood Vessel: Artery Lysate

21-270 0.1 mg
EUR 390.5
Description: Monkey (Rhesus) blood vessel artery tissue lysate was prepared by homogenization using a proprietary technique. The tissue was frozen in liquid nitrogen immediately after excision and then stored at -70°C. The monkey (Rhesus) blood vessel artery tissue total protein is provided in a buffer including HEPES (pH 7.9), MgCl2, KCl, EDTA, Sucrose, Glycerol, Sodium deoxycholate, NP-40, and a cocktail of protease inhibitors. For quality control purposes, the blood vessel artery tissue pattern on SDS-PAGE gel is shown to be consistent for each lot by visualization with coomassie blue staining. The blood vessel artery tissue is then Western analyzed by either GAPDH or β-actin antibody, and the expression level is consistent with each lot.

Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group (AQP1) Antibody (FITC)

20-abx106578
  • EUR 411.00
  • EUR 1845.00
  • EUR 599.00
  • EUR 182.00
  • EUR 300.00
  • 100 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 20 ug
  • 50 ug

Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group (AQP1) Antibody (HRP)

20-abx107995
  • EUR 411.00
  • EUR 1845.00
  • EUR 599.00
  • EUR 182.00
  • EUR 300.00
  • 100 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 20 ug
  • 50 ug

Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group (AQP1) Antibody (Biotin)

20-abx105161
  • EUR 411.00
  • EUR 1845.00
  • EUR 599.00
  • EUR 182.00
  • EUR 300.00
  • 100 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 20 ug
  • 50 ug

Human Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group (AQP1) Protein

20-abx065446
  • EUR 676.00
  • EUR 286.00
  • EUR 2082.00
  • EUR 801.00
  • EUR 481.00
  • 100 ug
  • 10 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 50 ug

Rabbit Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group (AQP1) Protein

20-abx168652
  • EUR 746.00
  • EUR 300.00
  • EUR 2346.00
  • EUR 899.00
  • EUR 537.00
  • 100 ug
  • 10 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 50 ug

Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group (AQP1) Antibody (APC)

20-abx175451
  • EUR 425.00
  • EUR 133.00
  • EUR 1177.00
  • EUR 578.00
  • EUR 328.00
  • 100 ug
  • 10 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 50 ug

Human Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E01A0464-192T 192 tests
EUR 1270
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Human Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Human Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E01A0464-48 1 plate of 48 wells
EUR 520
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Human Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Human Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E01A0464-96 1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 685
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Human Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Dog Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E08A0464-192T 192 tests
EUR 1270
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Canine Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Dog Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E08A0464-48 1 plate of 48 wells
EUR 520
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Canine Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Dog Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E08A0464-96 1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 685
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Canine Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Rabbit Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E04A0464-192T 192 tests
EUR 1270
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Rabbit Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Rabbit Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E04A0464-48 1 plate of 48 wells
EUR 520
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Rabbit Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Rabbit Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E04A0464-96 1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 685
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Rabbit Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Monkey Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E09A0464-192T 192 tests
EUR 1270
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Monkey Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Monkey Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E09A0464-48 1 plate of 48 wells
EUR 520
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Monkey Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Monkey Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group ELISA kit

E09A0464-96 1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 685
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Monkey Aquaporin 1, Colton Blood Group in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.
As well as, an outline of the event of some new antibiotic therapies is given. The current literature concerning antibiotic use and resistance, isolation of antibiotic-resistant microbes from ocular infections and the event of potential new antibiotics that can be utilized to deal with these infections was reviewed. Ocular microbial infections are a worldwide public well being problem as they may end up in imaginative and prescient loss which compromises high quality of life. Roughly 70 per cent of ocular infections are attributable to micro organism together with Chlamydia trachomatis, Staphylococcus aureus, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa and fungi comparable to Candida albicans, Aspergillus spp. and Fusarium spp.

Readying students for careers in industry: A guided inquiry activity to prepare students for success in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry positions

Readying students for careers in industry: A guided inquiry activity to prepare students for success in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry positions

Whereas science college students are effectively ready for careers in biotechnology and pharmaceutical sciences when it comes to technical experience and significant considering, they not often have a chance to apply the due diligence required for fulfillment in business of their coursework. This contains framing their experience as options to challenges an organization could also be experiencing, an vital talent for the interview course of. As most lecturers haven’t utilized for positions in business, they could really feel ailing outfitted to assist college students apply the vital expertise of framing their experience inside firm objectives and to debate the enterprise and monetary ideas related to careers in scientific business.

Right here, we describe an academic exercise first developed by a pacesetter within the biotech/pharmaceutical business that was modified and given academic context by an instructional in a category of upper-level undergraduate and graduate college students. On this guided inquiry exercise, college students had been instructed to pick out a start-up firm of their field-ideally one to which they meant to use for a job. College students had been empowered by scaffolded hands-on workouts to analysis the corporate’s scientific focus and funds, and to border how their experience may assist firms obtain said objectives. College students compiled and delivered their analysis as an in-class presentation.

Readying students for careers in industry: A guided inquiry activity to prepare students for success in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry positions

First Report of Cercospora Leaf Spot Attributable to Cercospora cf. flagellaris on Okra in China

Okra [Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench], which belongs to the household Malvaceae, is extensively grown within the tropics, sub-tropics and hotter areas of the temperate zones for its immature seed pods that are consumed as a vegetable. In China, okra pods are consumed as not solely greens but additionally as a conventional medication to treatment dental ailments and gastric ulcers. Throughout September 2018 to June 2019, intensive spots on okra leaves had been noticed in a number of industrial fields (roughly 2.Zero hectares), with illness incidence of roughly 25%~50% within the Yanqing District (115°98’E, 40°46’N) of Beijing, China. Signs of the illness initially appeared as small pale brown spots with yellow haloes.
Because the illness progressed, some spots regularly coalesced, forming bigger irregular darkish brown lesions. The facilities of the lesions turned grayish white. A complete of 13 small fragments (Three to five mm) excised from the lesion margins had been sterilized in 1% sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) for 1 min, adopted by three washes with sterile distilled water, after which positioned on potato dextrose agar (PDA) and incubated at 25°C at midnight for five days. In whole, 21 cultures had been obtained and purified by single-spore subcultures on PDA for morphological identification.
The colonies on PDA had been whitish to grey, with cottony aerial mycelium. Conidiophores had been fasciculate, olivaceous brown, straight or geniculate, uniform in width, multiseptate, and ranged from 286/span> to 711 μm (avg. = 578 μm, n = 50). Conidia had been hyaline, barely curved or straight, needle formed, truncate on the base, and terminal on the tip, 3-17-septate, and measuring 52 to 231 μm (avg. = 182 μm, n = 50). The morphological options had been according to Cercospora cf. flagellaris Ellis & G. Martin (Groenewald et al. 2013).
Pathogenicity checks had been carried out on potted okra crops cv. ‘Jiayuan’. Twenty 4 wholesome okra crops on the true leaf stage had been sprayed with conidial suspensions (1 × 106 conidia/mL), incubated at a glass cupboard maintained at 25°C and 90% relative humidity (RH). To every leaf roughly 10 mL of conidial suspension was utilized. Crops sprayed with water had been used as controls. Seven days later, darkish brown spot, which had been similar to these noticed within the fields, had been noticed on inoculated leaves, whereas the management crops remained wholesome. C. cf. flagellaris was reisolated from symptomatic leaves, confirming Koch’s Postulates. Genomic DNA was extracted from fungal mycelium utilizing the Plant Genomic DNA Package (Tiangen Biotech Co. Ltd., Beijing, China).
The nuclear ribosomal inside transcribed spacer area (ITS), and parts of the actin (ACT), histone H3 (HIS3), and translation elongation issue 1-α (TEF1) genes had been amplified utilizing primers ITS1/ITS4 (Groenewald et al. 2013), ACT-512F/ACT-783R (Carbone & Kohn 1999), CYLH3F/CYLH3R (Crous et al. 2006), and EF1-728F/EF1-986R (Carbone & Kohn 1999). The ensuing 542 bp ITS, 226 bp ACT, 410 bp HIS3 and 306 bp TEF1 sequences of isolate QK14091813 had been deposited in GeneBank (Accession nos. MT949700, MT949701, MT949702 and MT949703, respectively).
The ITS, ACT, HIS3 and TEF1 sequences shared 99.42% to 100% identities to beforehand revealed sequences of C. cf. flagellaris (Accession nos. MN633275 for ITS, MF680960 for ACT, MK991295 for HIS3, and MK991292.1 for TEF1, respectively). Multi-locus phylogenetic analyses (ITS, ACT, HIS3, and TEF1) had been carried out by neighbor-joining methodology utilizing MEGA 7.0. The ensuing bushes confirmed that C. cf. flagellaris isolate QK14091813 (this examine) nested throughout the clade that features different isolates of C. cf. flagellaris with a 99% confidence stage. To our information, that is the primary report of C. cf. flagellaris inflicting leaf spot on okra (Farr and Rossman 2020). The pathogen has a worldwide distribution and an unusually broad host vary, which will be of nice significance, and the plant safety coverage of precedence to prevention and synthetical prevention ought to be adopted.

Cellufine PB

683-986-328 500 ml Ask for price

Cellufine PB

683-986-330 5 lt Ask for price

Cellufine PB

683-986-335 10 lt Ask for price

Pseudoproto-Pb

TBW00844 unit Ask for price

PB antibody

70R-2192 50 ug
EUR 467
Description: Rabbit polyclonal PB antibody raised against the middle region of Pb

MC Cellufine PB

202-15 1 x 5 ml
EUR 452

MC Cellufine PB

202-51 5 x 1 ml
EUR 452

PB Cadherin Antibody

47938-100ul 100ul
EUR 252

PB 28 dihydrochloride

B7107-10 10 mg
EUR 284

PB 28 dihydrochloride

B7107-50 50 mg
EUR 1038

PB Blocking Peptide

33R-2067 100 ug
EUR 180
Description: A synthetic peptide for use as a blocking control in assays to test for specificity of pb antibody, catalog no. 70R-2192

PB Cadherin Blocking Peptide

20-abx162098
  • EUR 272.00
  • EUR 411.00
  • 1 mg
  • 5 mg

PB Cadherin Conjugated Antibody

C47938 100ul
EUR 397

turboscan software densitometer

EHCA1200-SOFT ea
EUR 2744

electrolyte galv.o2/pb electr., 125ml

B151 ea
EUR 48

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, Biotinylated

AD-131-B Custom Ask for price

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, unlabeled

AD-131-U Custom Ask for price

membranes+electrolyte for o2/pb electr

SZ02K ea
EUR 138

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, FITC labeled

AD-131-F Custom Ask for price

Collagel Hydrogel Soft-Rat

CGH321 20ml
EUR 271

Collagel Hydrogel Soft+-Rat

CGH322 20ml
EUR 284

Collagel Hydrogel Soft-Bovine

CGHB321 20ml
EUR 362

Collagel Hydrogel Soft+-Bovine

CGHB322 20ml
EUR 388

Collagel Hydrogel Soft-Human

CGHH321 20ml
EUR 623

Collagel Hydrogel Soft+-Human

CGHH322 20ml
EUR 636

Pituitary And Brain Cadherin (PB Cadherin) Antibody

20-abx133389
  • EUR 300.00
  • EUR 439.00
  • EUR 189.00
  • 100 ul
  • 200 ul
  • 30 ul

PB-CMV-GreenPuro Scramble Hairpin Control Vector

PBSI505-000PA-1 10 ug
EUR 689

flatbed scanner for ehca110-soft

EHCA1200-SCAN ea
EUR 496

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Benign)

12-303-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Benign)

12-303-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Abnormal)

12-305-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Abnormal)

12-305-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Undiagnosed)

12-310-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Undiagnosed)

12-310-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Normal)

12-311-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Normal)

12-311-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Benign)

12-313-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Benign)

12-313-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Lipoma)

12-314-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Lipoma)

12-314-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Liposarcoma)

12-316-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Liposarcoma)

12-316-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Abnormal)

12-317-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Adipose-Abnormal)

12-317-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

3D Cell Culture Gel, soft (Col-Tgel)

P720S-10 - Ask for price

3D Cell Culture Gel, soft (Col-Tgel)

P720S-2 - Ask for price

Tumors of soft tissue, 102 cases (1.5mm)

SFT1021 1
EUR 250
Description: Soft tissue tumor tissue array, 102 cases of benign and malignant tumors of various soft tissues.

Tumors of soft tissue, 75 cases (1.1mm)

SFT1501 1
EUR 250
Description: Soft tissue tumor tissue array, 150 cores, 75 cases of benign and malignant tumors of various soft tissues in duplicates.

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle-Normal)

12-341-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle-Normal)

12-341-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle-Benign)

12-343-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle-Benign)

12-343-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle-malignant)

12-345-10um 10 um
EUR 201.5

Soft Tissue Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle-malignant)

12-345-4um 4 um
EUR 180.5

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-Puro cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB510B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-GFP cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB511B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-RFP cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB512B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-GreenPuro cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB513B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-RedPuro cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PB514B-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-MCS-IRES-GFP cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB530A-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-MCS-IRES-RFP cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PB531A-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-MCS-IRES-Neo cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB533A-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-MSCV-MCS-EF1-GreenPuro cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PB713B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-GreenPuro-H1-MCS shRNA cloning and expression vector

PBSI505A-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-GreenPuro-H1-MCS shRNA cloning and expression vector

PBSI506A-1 10 ug
EUR 702

Common diseases of soft tissue, 24 cases (2.5mm)

SFD241 1
EUR 190
Description: Soft tissue disease tissue array, 24 cases of normal, reactive and tumor conditions of various soft tissues

Common diseases of soft tissue, 24 cases (2mm)

SFD481 1
EUR 221
Description: Soft tissue disease tissue array, 24 cases of reactive and tumor conditions of various soft tissues in duplicates.

Alveolar Soft Part Sarcoma Chromosome Region, Candidate 1

PR27224 2 ug
EUR 191

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Benign) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12303 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Abnormal) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12305 1 pk
EUR 286

Alveolar Soft Part Sarcoma Chromosome Region, Candidate 1 Protein

20-abx263361
  • EUR 1609.00
  • EUR 328.00
  • EUR 230.00
  • 100 ug
  • 10 ug
  • 2 µg

3D Cell Culture Gel 2ml x(soft+medium+hard)

P720SMH-6 - Ask for price

Tumors of soft tissue, 48 cases (1.5mm), set 1

SFT961 1
EUR 250
Description: Soft tissue tumor tissue array, set 1, non-overlapping with SFT962, 96 cores, 48 cases of benign and malignant tumors of various soft tissues in duplicates.

Tumors of soft tissue, 48 cases (1.5mm), set 2

SFT962 1
EUR 250
Description: Soft tissue tumor tissue array, set 2, non-overlapping with SFT961, 96 cores, 48 cases of benign and malignant tumors of various soft tissues in duplicates.

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Adipose Undiagnosed) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12310 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Adipose Normal) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12311 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Adipose Benign) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12313 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Adipose Lipoma) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12314 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Adipose Liposarcoma) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12316 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Adipose Abnormal) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12317 1 pk
EUR 286

piggyBac-HR with GFP+Puro markers and TK selection [MCS1-5'PB TR-EF1?-GFP-T2A-Puro-T2A-hsvTK-pA-3' PB TR-MCS2] for Gene Correction

PBHR100A-1 10 ug
EUR 1334

PB-Cuo-miR-302/367-IRES-GFP-EF1-CymR-Puro Inducible iPSC Vector

PBQM-MIR302 10 ug
EUR 2022

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle Normal) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12341 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle Benign) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12343 1 pk
EUR 286

Human Soft Tissue Slide (Skeletal Muscle Malignant) (5 slides/pk)

HTS-12345 1 pk
EUR 286

PB-EF1a-Oct4-Sox2-Klf4-Myc-IRES-GFP Human 4-in-1 iPSC Vector

PB630A-1 10 ug
EUR 1674

PB-Cuo-MCS-IRES-GFP-EF1-CymR-Puro Inducible cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PBQM812A-1 10 ug
EUR 1096

PB-Cuo-shMCS-IRES-GFP-EF1-CymR-Puro Inducible shRNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PBQMSH812A-1 10 ug
EUR 1096

Anti-NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) Monoclonal Antibody

M01187 100ug/vial
EUR 397
Description: Mouse Monoclonal NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) Antibody. Validated in IHC and tested in Human, Monkey, Rabbit.

NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1964) Antibody

BNC941964-100 100uL
EUR 233
Description: Primary antibody against NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1964), CF594 conjugate, Concentration: 0.1mg/mL

NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1964) Antibody

BNC941964-500 500uL
EUR 545
Description: Primary antibody against NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1964), CF594 conjugate, Concentration: 0.1mg/mL

NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1997R) Antibody

BNC941997-100 100uL
EUR 233
Description: Primary antibody against NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1997R), CF594 conjugate, Concentration: 0.1mg/mL

NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1997R) Antibody

BNC941997-500 500uL
EUR 545
Description: Primary antibody against NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1997R), CF594 conjugate, Concentration: 0.1mg/mL

NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/2550R) Antibody

BNC942550-100 100uL
EUR 233
Description: Primary antibody against NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/2550R), CF594 conjugate, Concentration: 0.1mg/mL

NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/2550R) Antibody

BNC942550-500 500uL
EUR 545
Description: Primary antibody against NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/2550R), CF594 conjugate, Concentration: 0.1mg/mL

NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1964) Antibody

BNCA1964-250 250uL
EUR 394
Description: Primary antibody against NGF-Receptor (p75) / CD271 (Soft Tissue Tumor Marker) (NGFR/1964), APC conjugate, Concentration: 0.1mg/mL
Plasma and nasopharyngeal samples had been collected between 14 March and 11 April 2020 at hospital admission from 45 sufferers with RT-PCR confirmed COVID-19 and 20 adverse controls. SARS-CoV-2 antigen (Ag) was assessed in nasopharyngeal swabs utilizing the Coris Respi-Strip. For IgM/IgG detection, SureScreen Diagnostics and Szybio Biotech RDTs had been used along with laboratory assays (Abbott Alinity i SARS-CoV-2 IgG and Theradiag COVID-19 IgM ELISA).

Challenges of Psychiatry Drug Development and the Role of Human Pharmacology Models in Early Development-A Drug Developer’s Perspective

Challenges of Psychiatry Drug Development and the Role of Human Pharmacology Models in Early Development-A Drug Developer's Perspective

Psychiatric ailments have the bottom chance of success in scientific drug improvement. This presents not solely a problem to handle the unmet medical wants of sufferers, but in addition a hurdle for pharmaceutical and biotech business to proceed R&D on this illness space. Basic pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic rules present an understanding of the drug publicity, goal binding and pharmacological exercise on the goal website of motion for a brand new drug candidate. Collectively, these rules decide the probability of testing the mechanism of motion and enhancing the probability of candidate survival in Part 2 scientific improvement, due to this fact, they’re termed because the “three pillars of survival.” Human Part 1 pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic research present proof of the three pillars. Electroencephalogram (EEG) assessments and cognitive operate assessments in schizophrenia sufferers can present proof of pharmacology and be sure that a pharmacological lively routine might be examined in Part 2 proof of idea (POC) research for the remedy of cognitive impairment related to schizophrenia (CIAS).

In our cross-sectional research, we examined 347 sufferers of our Normal Observe utilizing 2019-nCoV-2-IgG/IgM antibody check [2019-nCoV2 IgG/IgM Rapid Test Cassette (Ref.: INCP-402/INCP-402B; ACRO, BIOTECH, INC.)]. We requested for 13 particular signs and four questions to analyze sufferers’ environment.  A complete of 107 of 347 sufferers had been examined constructive for antibodies (Immunoglobulin M-positive and/or Immunoglobulin G-positive). In antibody-positive group, physique aches and rhinorrhea had been seen extra usually and there have been considerably much less asymptomatic sufferers. Keep in space of danger was considerably extra frequent in antibody-positive group in addition to contact to contaminated individuals. Distribution of different signs was not considerably totally different between each teams. Most adults or kids with SARS-CoV-2 an infection offered with gentle flu-like signs.
The detection of antibodies in opposition to the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is necessary for the prognosis, retrospective evaluation of illness development, and proper analysis of the present an infection state of affairs within the inhabitants. Many of those assays have been launched by numerous producers. Sadly, the brand new FDA emergency use rules have resulted in a state of affairs the place laboratories should carry out their very own validation research. Quite a few of those labs wouldn’t have the biobank wanted to hold the research out.

Comparability of the Diagnostic Worth of Immunochromatography Kits in Corona Virus Illness 2019 Sufferers: A Potential Pilot Examine

The unfold of coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is a significant issue all around the world. A number of immunochromatography kits of the antibody for extreme acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) have been developed, however it’s nonetheless unclear which kits have excessive diagnostic worth. This research goals to judge the accuracy fee for antibody detection of every immunochromatography equipment and reveal which equipment has a excessive diagnostic worth for antibody detection. This research was carried out between 1 August 2020 and 14 October 2020 on the Affiliation of EISEIKAI Medical and Healthcare Company Minamitama Hospital. Sufferers recognized with COVID-19 and roughly 30 days after symptom onset had been included because the constructive group. The serum SARS-CoV-2 antibodies had been analysed utilizing seven immunochromatography kits.
Twenty samples (Constructive group: 10 sufferers, Adverse group: 10 wholesome medical staff) had been included on this research. The median age of the sufferers was 44 years, and the median period from symptom onset was 30.5 days within the constructive group. The accuracy charges for IgM/IgG detection had been: 90.0%/100% in Package A; 50.0%/95.0% in Package B; 55.0%/65.0% in Package C; 60.0%/55.0% in Package D; 50.0%/80.0% in Package E; 80.0%/90.0% in Package F; and 90.0%/100% in Package G.  Our research confirmed that there’s a variation of accuracy charges between immunochromatography kits for antibodies of SARS-CoV-2. COVID-19 IgG/IgM RAPID TEST CASSETTE (Hangzhou Biotest Biotech Co., Ltd., China) and Nadal COVID-19 IgG/IgM Speedy Check (BioServUK Ltd., UK: United Kingdom) have excessive accuracy charges for each IgM and IgG detection. Proof from giant inhabitants research of immunochromatography kits is required to make clear the main points of diagnostic worth for SARS-CoV-2.
Challenges of Psychiatry Drug Development and the Role of Human Pharmacology Models in Early Development-A Drug Developer's Perspective

Analysis of three extraction-free SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR assays: a possible various method with low technical necessities

The worldwide demand for SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR testing resulted in a scarcity of diagnostic kits. RNA extraction step constitutes a serious bottleneck to carry out diagnostic. The goal of this research was to evaluate performances of various extraction-free SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR assays in comparison with a reference RT-PCR assay. The panel of analysis consisted of 94 samples: 69 constructive and 25 damaging for SARS-CoV-2 by reference RT-PCR. Three extraction-free RT-PCR assays had been assessed: (i) PrimeDirect® Probe RT-qPCR Combine (Takara), (ii) PrimeScript®RT-PCR (Takara), and (iii) SARS-CoV-2 SANSURE®BIOTECH Novel Coronavirus (Sansure).

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Pseudoproto-Pb

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PB antibody

70R-2192 50 ug
EUR 467
Description: Rabbit polyclonal PB antibody raised against the middle region of Pb

MC Cellufine PB

202-15 1 x 5 ml
EUR 452

MC Cellufine PB

202-51 5 x 1 ml
EUR 452

PB Cadherin Antibody

47938-100ul 100ul
EUR 252

PB 28 dihydrochloride

B7107-10 10 mg
EUR 284

PB 28 dihydrochloride

B7107-50 50 mg
EUR 1038

PB Blocking Peptide

33R-2067 100 ug
EUR 180
Description: A synthetic peptide for use as a blocking control in assays to test for specificity of pb antibody, catalog no. 70R-2192

PB Cadherin Blocking Peptide

20-abx162098
  • EUR 272.00
  • EUR 411.00
  • 1 mg
  • 5 mg

PB Cadherin Conjugated Antibody

C47938 100ul
EUR 397

electrolyte galv.o2/pb electr., 125ml

B151 ea
EUR 48

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, Biotinylated

AD-131-B Custom Ask for price

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, unlabeled

AD-131-U Custom Ask for price

membranes+electrolyte for o2/pb electr

SZ02K ea
EUR 138

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, FITC labeled

AD-131-F Custom Ask for price

Pituitary And Brain Cadherin (PB Cadherin) Antibody

20-abx133389
  • EUR 300.00
  • EUR 439.00
  • EUR 189.00
  • 100 ul
  • 200 ul
  • 30 ul

PB-CMV-GreenPuro Scramble Hairpin Control Vector

PBSI505-000PA-1 10 ug
EUR 689

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-Puro cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB510B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-GFP cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB511B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-RFP cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB512B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-GreenPuro cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB513B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-MCS-EF1-RedPuro cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PB514B-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-MCS-IRES-GFP cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB530A-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-MCS-IRES-RFP cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PB531A-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-MCS-IRES-Neo cDNA cloning and expression vector

PB533A-2 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-MSCV-MCS-EF1-GreenPuro cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PB713B-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-CMV-GreenPuro-H1-MCS shRNA cloning and expression vector

PBSI505A-1 10 ug
EUR 702

PB-EF1-GreenPuro-H1-MCS shRNA cloning and expression vector

PBSI506A-1 10 ug
EUR 702

piggyBac-HR with GFP+Puro markers and TK selection [MCS1-5'PB TR-EF1?-GFP-T2A-Puro-T2A-hsvTK-pA-3' PB TR-MCS2] for Gene Correction

PBHR100A-1 10 ug
EUR 1334

PB-Cuo-miR-302/367-IRES-GFP-EF1-CymR-Puro Inducible iPSC Vector

PBQM-MIR302 10 ug
EUR 2022

PB-EF1a-Oct4-Sox2-Klf4-Myc-IRES-GFP Human 4-in-1 iPSC Vector

PB630A-1 10 ug
EUR 1674

PB-Cuo-MCS-IRES-GFP-EF1-CymR-Puro Inducible cDNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PBQM812A-1 10 ug
EUR 1096

PB-Cuo-shMCS-IRES-GFP-EF1-CymR-Puro Inducible shRNA Cloning and Expression Vector

PBQMSH812A-1 10 ug
EUR 1096

PB-SV40-Neo-EF1-GFP-CAGs-cMyc-Klf4-Oct4-Sox2 Mouse 4-in-1 iPSC Vector

PB400A-1 10 ug
EUR 1229

Anti-Hu CD15 Pacific Blue

PB-138-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD15 Pacific Blue

PB-138-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD45 Pacific Blue

PB-160-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD193 Pacific Blue

PB-161-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD3 Pacific Blue

PB-202-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD3 Pacific Blue

PB-202-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD6 Pacific Blue

PB-205-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD6 Pacific Blue

PB-205-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD7 Pacific Blue

PB-206-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD7 Pacific Blue

PB-206-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD8 Pacific Blue

PB-207-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD8 Pacific Blue

PB-207-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD9 Pacific Blue

PB-208-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD9 Pacific Blue

PB-208-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD10 Pacific Blue

PB-209-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD10 Pacific Blue

PB-209-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD15 Pacific Blue

PB-213-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD15 Pacific Blue

PB-213-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD25 Pacific Blue

PB-218-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD25 Pacific Blue

PB-218-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD29 Pacific Blue

PB-219-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD29 Pacific Blue

PB-219-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD43 Pacific Blue

PB-220-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD43 Pacific Blue

PB-220-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD44 Pacific Blue

PB-221-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD44 Pacific Blue

PB-221-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD45 Pacific Blue

PB-222-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD45 Pacific Blue

PB-222-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD45RA Pacific Blue

PB-223-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD45RA Pacific Blue

PB-223-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD47 Pacific Blue

PB-225-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD47 Pacific Blue

PB-225-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD48 Pacific Blue

PB-226-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD48 Pacific Blue

PB-226-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD53 Pacific Blue

PB-227-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD53 Pacific Blue

PB-227-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD59 Pacific Blue

PB-233-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD59 Pacific Blue

PB-233-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD71 Pacific Blue

PB-235-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD71 Pacific Blue

PB-235-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD31 Pacific Blue

PB-273-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD31 Pacific Blue

PB-273-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD80 Pacific Blue

PB-287-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD80 Pacific Blue

PB-287-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD14 Pacific Blue

PB-293-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD14 Pacific Blue

PB-293-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-HLA-DR/DP Pacific Blue

PB-296-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-HLA-DR/DP Pacific Blue

PB-296-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD34 Pacific Blue

PB-297-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD34 Pacific Blue

PB-297-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD105 Pacific Blue

PB-298-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD105 Pacific Blue

PB-298-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD19 Pacific Blue

PB-305-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD19 Pacific Blue

PB-305-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD21 Pacific Blue

PB-306-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD21 Pacific Blue

PB-306-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD27 Pacific Blue

PB-308-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

Anti-Hu CD27 Pacific Blue

PB-308-T100 100 tests
EUR 269

Anti-Hu CD41 Pacific Blue

PB-309-T025 25 tests
EUR 154

The general sensitivity of PrimeDirect, PrimeScript and Sansure assays was 55.1%, 69.6% and 69.6%, respectively. The sensitivity elevated amongst samples with Ct<30: 91.9% (n = 34/37), 89.2% (n = 33/37) and 94.6% (n = 35/37) for PrimeDirect, PrimeScript and Sansure assays, respectively. The specificity was 88%, 100% and 100% for PrimeDirect, PrimeScript and Sansure assays, respectively. Within the current research, we confirmed an excellent sensitivity of extraction-free PCR assays, particularly for top viral masses (Ct<30), besides PrimeDirect that displayed imperfect sensitivity and specificity.

Regardless of a decrease sensitivity for low viral masses, extraction-free reagents can present a worthwhile choice, cheaper, simpler and fewer reagent consuming for SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic, particularly in laboratory with decrease expertise and tools for molecular assays.

An Industry Perspective on the Challenges of Using Closed System Transfer Devices with Biologics and Communication Guidance to Healthcare Professionals

An Industry Perspective on the Challenges of Using Closed System Transfer Devices with Biologics and Communication Guidance to Healthcare Professionals

Closed system switch units (CSTDs) have been used with hazardous medication for a number of a long time. The aim of this whitepaper is to extend consciousness amongst healthcare professionals, gadget producers, regulators, and pharmaceutical/biotech firms on the potential points round the usage of CSTDs with biologics drug merchandise to permit their knowledgeable use in clinics. Particularly, we focus on the important thing matters associated to the usage of CSTDs with biologics merchandise, together with elements and supplies of building, a breakdown of regulatory, technical, and medical site-related dangers and challenges related to the usage of CSTDs with organic merchandise, gathered from stakeholder dialogue on the IQ Working Group convention, and concerns on present testing necessities and communication methods to drive additional dialog on the suitable use of CSTDs.

Given the technical challenges of utilizing CSTDs with biologics, coupled with the present rules surrounding CSTD approval and correct use, in addition to a necessity for alignment and standardization to allow a constant technique for compatibility testing and communication of incompatibilities, it is strongly recommended that world well being authorities and different stakeholders search to know these points, with a view to alleviate these issues and hold healthcare staff and sufferers secure from hurt.

First Report of Anthracnose of Papaya (Carica papaya L.) Attributable to Colletotrichum siamense in China

Papaya (Carica papaya L.) is a rosaceous plant broadly grown in China, which is economically vital. Anthracnose attributable to Colletotrichum sp. is a crucial postharvest illness, which severely impacts the standard of papaya fruits (Liu et al., 2019). Throughout April 2020, some mature papaya fruits with typical anthracnose signs had been noticed in Fusui, Nanning, Guangxi, China with a mean of 30% illness incidence (DI) and over 60% DI in some orchards. Preliminary signs of those papayas appeared as watery lesions, which turned darkish brown, sunken, with a conidial mass showing on the lesions below humid and heat circumstances.

The illness severity different amongst fruits, with some displaying tiny mild brown spots, and a few ripe fruits presenting brownish, rounded, necrotic and depressed lesions over a part of their floor. Samples from two papaya plantations (107.54°E, 22.38°N) had been collected, and delivered to the laboratory. Symptomatic diseased tissues had been minimize into 5 × 5 mm items, floor sterilized with 2% (v/v) sodium hypochlorite for 1 minute, and rinsed thrice with sterilized water. The items had been then positioned on potato dextrose agar (PDA). After incubation at 25°C in the dead of night for one week, colonies with uniform morphology had been obtained. The aerial mycelium on PDA was white on high facet, and concentric rings of salmon acervuli on the underside.

A gelatinous layer of spores was noticed on a part of PDA plates after 7 days at 28°C. The conidia had been elliptical, aseptate and hyaline (Zhang et al., 2020). The size and width of 60 conidia had been measured for every of the 2 consultant isolates, MG2-1 and MG3-1, and these averaged 13.10 × 5.11 μm and 14.45 × 5.95 μm. DNA was extracted from mycelia of those two isolates with the DNA safe Plant Equipment (TIANGEN, Biotech, China). The interior transcribed spacer (ITS), partial actin (ACT), calmodulin (CAL), chitin synthase (CHS), β-tubulin 2 (TUB2) and glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) areas had been amplified by PCR and sequenced. The sequences had been deposited into GenBank with accessions MT904003, MT904004, and MT898650 to MT898659.

BLASTN analyses towards the GenBank database confirmed that all of them had over 99% id to the kind pressure of Colletotrichum siamense isolate ICMP 18642 (GenBank accession numbers JX010278, GQ856775, JX009709, GQ856730, JX010410, JX010019) (Weir et al., 2012). A phylogenetic tree primarily based on the mixed ITS, ACT, CAL, CHS, TUB2 and GAPDH sequences utilizing the Neighbor-joining algorithm additionally confirmed that the isolates had been C. siamense. Pathogenicity checks had been carried out on 24 mature, wholesome and surface-sterilized papaya fruits. On 12 papaya fruits, three nicely separated wounded websites had been made for inoculation, and for every wounded web site, six adjoining pinhole wounds had been made in a 5-mm-diameter round space utilizing a sterilized needle. A 10 µl aliquot of 1 × 106 conidia/ml suspension of every of the isolates (MG2-1 and MG3-1) was inoculated into every wound. For every isolate, there have been six replicate fruits.

The management fruits had been inoculated with sterile distilled water. The identical inoculation was utilized to 12 non-wound papaya fruits. Fruits had been then positioned in containers which had been first washed with 75% alcohol and lined with autoclaved filter paper moistened with sterilized distilled water to keep up excessive humidity. The containers had been then sealed and incubated at 28°C. After 10 days, all of the inoculated fruits confirmed signs, whereas the fruits that had been mock inoculated had been with out signs. Koch’s postulates had been fulfilled by re-isolation of C. siamense from diseased fruits. To our data, that is the primary report of C. siamense inflicting anthracnose of papaya in China. This discovering will allow higher management of anthracnose illness attributable to C. siamense on papaya.

An Industry Perspective on the Challenges of Using Closed System Transfer Devices with Biologics and Communication Guidance to Healthcare Professionals

Precision Regulation Method: A COVID-19 Triggered Regulatory Drive in South Korea

COVID-19 has triggered numerous adjustments in our on a regular basis lives and the way we conceptualize the capabilities of governments. Some areas require stricter types of regulation whereas others name for deregulation. The problem for the regulatory authorities is to handle these doubtlessly conflicting calls for in regulation and outline coherently their total regulatory rationale. The precision regulation strategy generally is a useful strategy. It’s outlined right here as a streamlined strategy to regulation to ship the proper strategies of regulation for the proper group of individuals on the proper time.

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Cellufine PB

683-986-330 5 lt Ask for price

Cellufine PB

683-986-335 10 lt Ask for price

Lead (Pb)

AT010 1mg
EUR 1368

Pseudoproto-Pb

TBW00844 unit Ask for price

PB antibody

70R-2192 50 ug
EUR 467
Description: Rabbit polyclonal PB antibody raised against the middle region of Pb

MC Cellufine PB

202-15 1 x 5 ml
EUR 452

MC Cellufine PB

202-51 5 x 1 ml
EUR 452

PB 28 dihydrochloride

B7107-10 10 mg
EUR 284

PB 28 dihydrochloride

B7107-50 50 mg
EUR 1038

PB Cadherin Antibody

47938-100ul 100ul
EUR 252

PB Blocking Peptide

33R-2067 100 ug
EUR 180
Description: A synthetic peptide for use as a blocking control in assays to test for specificity of pb antibody, catalog no. 70R-2192

PB Cadherin Blocking Peptide

20-abx162098
  • EUR 272.00
  • EUR 411.00
  • 1 mg
  • 5 mg

PB Cadherin Conjugated Antibody

C47938 100ul
EUR 397

electrolyte galv.o2/pb electr., 125ml

B151 ea
EUR 48

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, Biotinylated

AD-131-B Custom Ask for price

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, unlabeled

AD-131-U Custom Ask for price

membranes+electrolyte for o2/pb electr

SZ02K ea
EUR 138

Pb(II) , DNA Aptamer, FITC labeled

AD-131-F Custom Ask for price

Pituitary And Brain Cadherin (PB Cadherin) Antibody

20-abx133389