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Cell Biology Update

AssayMax ELISA KitsAssaypro offers hundreds of ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) kits in sandwich and competitive formats. Using the highest quality components guarantees the superior performance of our products.  All Assaypro ELISA kits are manufactured under an ISO 9001 approved quality management system. Assaypro offers the most complete series of albumin, human factor and complement assay panels on the market
New mAbMods™ Chimeric Anti-Mouse Antibodies! Introducing mAbMods Chimeric Anti-Mouse Antibodies! mAbMods have been engineered to have identical antigen binding variable domains to those of the traditional clones from which they are derived, but the IgG constant regions have been engineered to be of mouse origin. This reduces immunogenic responses in the mouse that can lead to adverse immunological reactions and gradual loss of activity. Click the button below to learn more about mAbMods!
Calcium Indicators

Cell-based calcium flux assays are widely used in high throughput screening (HTS) to determine agonist-stimulated and antagonist-inhibited signaling through G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), a large family of integral membrane proteins and an important target class in drug discovery. Accurate measurements of intracellular calcium concentration and mobilization allows for a more comprehensive understanding of calcium regulated signaling pathways, cellular functions and pathological processes.AAT Bioquest has developed the largest collection of calcium indicators, including Fluo-8® , Cal-520®, and Calbryte™ calcium indicators, as well as, calcium flux assays to track calcium mobilization with intense fluorescent signals and in a variety of wavelength options ranging from ultraviolet to infrared.

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