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Mouse Anti-Porcine Pyruvate Dehydrogenase (PDH), complex Immunocapture Kit Monoclonal Antibody, Protein G-Agarose Conjugated, Clone 15D3G9C11 from MitoScience LLC

Description:... kit include but are not limited to examining alterations in assembly of the complex in genetic PDH deficiency altered PDH functioning in late-onset diabetes (NIDMM) and the response of the enzyme complex to diet, exercise and ....
Company:MitoScience LLC

hKvLQT1/hminK-CHO K1 Recombinant Cell Line from Upstate

Description:... in therapeutic areas, such as neuropathic pain, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, local anaesthesia, stroke, Parkinson's, obesity, epilepsy, diabetes and depression. Historically, ion channels have been under exploited as drug targets primarily due to the lack of functional high throughput ...
Company:Upstate

hNav1.6-HEK293 Recombinant Cell Line from Upstate

Description:... in therapeutic areas, such as neuropathic pain, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, local anaesthesia, stroke, Parkinson's, obesity, epilepsy, diabetes and depression. Historically, ion channels have been under exploited as drug targets primarily due to the lack of functional high throughput ...
Company:Upstate

hKv1.5-CHO K1 Recombinant Cell Line from Upstate

Description:... in therapeutic areas, such as neuropathic pain, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, local anaesthesia, stroke, Parkinson's, obesity, epilepsy, diabetes and depression. Historically, ion channels have been under exploited as drug targets primarily due to the lack of functional high throughput ...
Company:Upstate

hHCN4-CHO K1 Recombinant Cell Line from Upstate

Description:... in therapeutic areas, such as neuropathic pain, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, local anaesthesia, stroke, Parkinson's, obesity, epilepsy, diabetes and depression. Historically, ion channels have been under exploited as drug targets primarily due to the lack of functional high throughput ...
Company:Upstate

hERG-CHO K1 Recombinant Cell Line from Upstate

Description:... in therapeutic areas, such as neuropathic pain, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, local anaesthesia, stroke, Parkinson's, obesity, epilepsy, diabetes and depression. Historically, ion channels have been under exploited as drug targets primarily due to the lack of functional high throughput ...
Company:Upstate

hERG-CHO K1 Recombinant Cell Line from Upstate

Description:... in therapeutic areas, such as neuropathic pain, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, local anaesthesia, stroke, Parkinson's, obesity, epilepsy, diabetes and depression. Historically, ion channels have been under exploited as drug targets primarily due to the lack of functional high throughput ...
Company:Upstate

hKv4.2/hKChIP2-CHO K1 Recombinant Cell Line from Upstate

Description:... in therapeutic areas, such as neuropathic pain, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, local anaesthesia, stroke, Parkinson's, obesity, epilepsy, diabetes and depression. Historically, ion channels have been under exploited as drug targets primarily due to the lack of functional high throughput ...
Company:Upstate

Rat Leptin Assay Kit from Immuno-Biological Laboratories, Inc.

Description:... by this change in comparison with former kit The recessive obesity mutation, ob, identified in 1950, results in profound obesity and type II diabetes as part of a syndrome that resembles morbid obesity in humans. Freidmanfs group at Rockefeller University originally identified the obesity gene that ...
Company:Immuno-Biological Laboratories, Inc.
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