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Rabbit Anti-ARG. Vasopressin Polyclonal Antibody, Unconjugated from GeneTex

Description:... Antibody to ARG. Vasopressin The antibody blocks with the arginine vasopression peptide. Cells are found in the paraventricular and supraoptic nucleus and fibers are found throughout the hypothalmus in rat brain of 4% FA perfused tissue. Immunogen: Arginine Vasopression ...
Company:GeneTex

Rabbit Anti-CRF Polyclonal Antibody, Unconjugated from GeneTex

Description:... antibody blocks specificially with the ovine CRF sequence that it was raised against. Cells and fibres are found in the paraventricular hypothalamic nucleus of rat brain in colchicine treated 4% FA perfused tissue. Immunogen: CRF: ...
Company:GeneTex

Rabbit Anti-HDAC4 Polyclonal Antibody, Unconjugated from GeneTex

Description:... residues. Its C-terminal sequence is highly similar to the deacetylase domain of yeast HDA1. HDAC4, unlike other deacetylases, shuttles between the nucleus and cytoplasm in a process involving active nuclear export. Association of HDAC4 with 14-3-3 results in sequestration of HDAC 4 protein in the ...
Company:GeneTex

DAPI from KPL

Description:... DAPI (4,6-diamidine-2-phenylindole, dihydrochloride) is a fluorescent counterstain which stains the nucleus blue in color. The bright blue fluorescence provides excellent contrast to red fluorochromes such as rhodamine, Cy3, Texas Red, or R-Phycoerythrin. ...
Company:KPL

Propidium Iodide from KPL

Description:... (PI) is a fluorescent nucleic acid dye which binds only to double-stranded nucleic acids. As a nuclear counterstain, propidium iodide stains the nucleus light to dark red in color. The fluorescent red color provides excellent contrast to green or blue fluorochromes such as FITC, Cy2 or AMCA. ...
Company:KPL

Nuclear Matrix Protein ELISA Kit from Calbiochem

Description:... DO NOT FREEZE. Nuclear matrix proteins (NMPs) make up the internal structural framework of the nucleus and are associated with such functions as DNA replication, RNA synthesis, and hormone receptor binding. Although the nuclear matrix has been shown to ...
Company:Calbiochem

Mouse Dopaminergic Neuron Differentiation Kit, 2nd Generation from R&D Systems

Description:... field. These dopaminergic (DA) neurons give rise to extensive forebrain dopamine innervation ( e.g.projections to the caudate nucleus, putamen nucleus accumbens, olfactory tubercle, and several cortical regions and limbic regions, including the amygdala, lateral septum and ventral hippocampus). The ...
Company:R&D Systems

pMIR-hU6-Luc, Human U6 Luciferase Control Vector from Mirus Bio Corporation

Description:... to introduce siRNAs into mammalian cells is transient or stable transfection of expression constructs that drive siRNA transcription in the nucleus from RNA Polymerase III promoters. An expression cassette is a DNA construct that includes a complete transcription unit consisting of a promoter, a ...
Company:Mirus Bio Corporation

pMIR-mU6, Mouse U6Template (Vector) from Mirus Bio Corporation

Description:... to introduce siRNAs into mammalian cells is transient or stable transfection of expression constructs that drive siRNA transcription in the nucleus from RNA Polymerase III promoters [2,3,5-11]. An expression cassette is a DNA construct that includes a complete transcription unit consisting of a ...
Company:Mirus Bio Corporation

pMIR-mU6-Luc, Mouse U6 Luciferase Control Vector from Mirus Bio Corporation

Description:... to introduce siRNAs into mammalian cells is transient or stable transfection of expression constructs that drive siRNA transcription in the nucleus from RNA Polymerase III promoters. An expression cassette is a DNA construct that includes a complete transcription unit consisting of a promoter, a ...
Company:Mirus Bio Corporation
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