Introduction to Neuroscience
Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary field dedicated to the study of the nervous system - encompassing the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. It delves into understanding the structure, function, and development of neurons and neural circuits, as well as the mechanisms underlying behavior, cognition, and neurological disorders. Researchers in this field strive to uncover the fundamental principles governing the brain's extraordinary capabilities.
Neuroscientists study synaptic connections, neuronal firing patterns, and the role of neurotransmitters in information processing using cutting-edge technologies and innovative methodologies. By understanding the intricacies of neural communication, we gain profound insights into learning, memory, perception, and the basis of neurological diseases, impacting not only the field of neuroscience, but also influencing tangential fields as diverse as medicine, psychology, and artificial intelligence.
Breakthroughs in the field of neuroscience have led to advancements in neuroimaging, neuropharmacology, and the development of neuroprosthetics. Neuroscience research is at the forefront of efforts to understand and treat neurological and psychiatric conditions, ultimately improving the lives of millions.
With a catalog representing over 15,000 protein targets, trial sizes to explore blossoming projects, and enhanced validation methods, Aviva is committed to supporting researchers as they pave the way for more discoveries and breakthroughs in Neuroscience Research.
Sample Type: A549 WT and TGM2 KO cells
40μg Lysates from A549 WT and TGM2 KO cells were separated by SDS-PAGE and subsequently analyzed through immunoblotting with an antibody dilution of 1/500. Ponceau S staining to verify protein transfer, click here
Sample Type: HAP1 WT and TIA1 KO
TIA1 Antibody - C-terminal region (ARP40981_P050) - 50μg Lysates from HAP1 wild-type (WT) and TIA1 knockout (KO) cells were separated by SDS-PAGE and subsequently analyzed through immunoblotting with an antibody dilution of 1/200. Ponceau S staining to verify protein transfer, click here
Sample Type: SPR Characterization
BDNF Antibody - middle region (ARP41970_P050) - Surface Plasmon Resonance Kinetic Characterization of Polyclonal Antibody Affinity. Purified polyclonal antibodies were immobilized on a Protein A/G coated Carterra LSA sensor chip (PAGH200M) at concentrations of 5, and 50 ug/mL in duplicate, click here