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U.S. National Cancer Institute Publisher
UC Davis/NIH NeuroMab Facility University UC Davis/NIH NeuroMab Facility: A national monoclonal antibody-generating resource funded by NIH/NINDS Generates novel monoclonal antibodies (NeuroMabs) for neuroscience and other fields of basic biomedical research NeuroMabs are validated for biochemical and immunohistochemical applications in mammalian brain, including array tomography See recent publication on NeuroMab validation: Gong et al., New Biotech 33:551, 2016. PubMed. See detailed sample preparation and labeling protocols used for NeuroMab validation. Provides low cost, high quality mouse monoclonal antibodies to the research community Many ongoing projects and new developments so check back frequently for new NeuroMabs See suggestion page for details on how to suggest a future NeuroMab project New fee-for-service rates are available for your antibody generation and validation needs See publications list for peer-reviewed papers showing data obtained with NeuroMabs, now over 2600 publications! Subscribe to our mailing list to receive notifications when new NeuroMabs are added to our catalog Order NeuroMabs through our partner Antibodies Incorporated
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Publisher
Universita Degli Studi Di Pisa Publisher
University of Chicago Press Publisher
University of Massachusetts Publisher
University Of The Basque Country Press Publisher
University of the Basque Country Press Publisher
University of Tokushima School of Medicine Publisher
Urban & Fischer Publisher

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