We are introducing a set of antibodies for identification of p63 and p73 isoforms, which have relevance for tumor analysis.
The importance of HLA-G is documented by the fact that there are more than 2 500 papers on HLA-G and Google returns more than 7,5 million entries related to this molecule.
Last month we added four new antibody clones to our portfolio: Mouse monoclonal antibodies to TCR Vgamma4, TCR Vgamma9, CD15, and CD92.
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Obviously, the present pandemic provides a strong impetus to deeper studies on mechanisms of pathologies caused by various respiratory viruses. Better understanding of this area may bring entirely novel approaches to prevention and therapy of diseases caused by such pathogens.
Here we present a short communication of Prof. Vaclav Horejsi, PhD (IMG AS CR) on this Hot Topic.
Mouse monoclonal antibody Ki-67 has become an important tool in tumor diagnostics and cancer studies for its ability to identify proliferating cells.
Fragmentation of DNA during apoptosis excludes apoptotic sperms from ability to give a life to a baby.
Today we introduce one rat and two mouse monoclonal antibody clones, that have been added to our portfolio: Anti-human CD172g (clone OX-119), anti-alpha tubulin (YOL1/34), and anti-BCL6 (clone IG191E/A8).
When performing immunostaining procedures, it is important to know also the backround signal of the immunoglobulin itself, especially when higher antibody concentrations are being used. Hence negative controls represented by conjugates of corresponding antibody isotypes are available.
Today we introduce two mouse monoclonal antibody clones, that have been added to our portfolio: Anti-human CD79a (clone ZL7.4 - SURFACE STAINIG) and anti-human CD335 (clone 9E2).
Easy way how to identify regulatory T cells (Tregs) in human peripheral blood or umbilical cord blood.