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  1. Product Protocols: HOXB7 Antibody (ARP34393_T100) tested with SKOV3 by Immunofluorescence

    HOXB7 Antibody (ARP34393_T100) tested with SKOV3 by Immunofluorescence Cell Seeding -Allow cells to attach for 24 hours at 37 °C and 5% CO2 Fix, Wash, Block -Fix cells using 4% PFA for 30 mins -Wash 3x with permeabilizing wash buffer (PBS+0.3% Tx-100) -Block with 5% goat serum, 1% BSA, and 0.2% fish gelatin -Incubate at 4 °C overnight Primary Addition -Remove block solution...
  2. CENPN Antibody (ARP57258_P050) tested with HeLa by Immunofluorescence

    CENPN antibody - middle region (ARP57258_P050) Cell Seeding -Allow cells to attach for 24 hours at 37 °C and 5% CO2 Fix, Wash, Block -Fix cells using 4% PFA for 30 mins -Wash 3x with permeabilizing wash buffer (PBS+0.3% Tx-100) -Block with 5% goat serum, 1% BSA, and 0.2% fish gelatin -Incubate at 4 °C overnight Primary Addition -Remove block...
  3. New Antibody Validation Data

  4. Customer Reviews for RBBP9 Antibody (ARP34703_P050) tested with corneal endothelium in Immunofluorescence

     CAT# ARP34703_P050 RBBP9 RBBP9 Antibody RBBP9 Antibody Immunofluorescence RBBP9 Antibody Corneal Epithelium, Corneal Endothelium, and Limbus Submitted By: Laboratory of Biology & Pathology Institute of the Eye, Charles University in Prague Samples Cryosections: - control corneal buttons were dissected, snap frozen in liquid nitrogen, embedded in Optimal Cutting Temperature Compound and stored at 70°C. Tissue slices 7μm thick were cut...
  5. Timur Mavlyutov: Immunohistochemistry and Electron Microscopy

    Timur Mavlyutov is a post doctoral researcher  in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison, Wisconsin. Read about his work with sigma1 receptors. We sat down with Timur in an exclusive interview to learn more about his research and use of applications. Aviva: Hello Timur, Thank you very much for joining us, we are...
  6. Interview with an IF Guru: Joshua Sanes

    Fascinated with the brain from an early age, Joshua Sanes became a premier scientist in the field of neurobiology. Currently, Sanes is a professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University in Massachusetts. Sanes areas of interest include the molecules and structures which regulate synapse formation including intercellular interactions. In addition, Sanes is also known for his role...

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