We offer primary and secondary antibodies, controls etc. of the best quality from our suppliers: Cayman Chemical, Cell Signaling Technology (CST), GenScript, Origene, Rockland, and Vector Laboratories.
Feel free to contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for, we are happy to assist you.
We also offer antibody production if the antibody you need is not available commercially.
Cayman's Prostaglandin E2 EIA kits are known worldwide, and the 8-Isopostane EIA Kit is often cited in oxidative stress studies, while the LDH Cytotoxicity Assay Kit is the most popular assay for cell viability.
Lonza offers specific assay kits for bone and fat cell types, as well as assays for cell proliferation, apoptosis and cytotoxicity that are very easy to use.
We offer cell culture media and reagents from Lonza and serum for cell growth from Biosera.
The range of products for cell culturing is enormous. We supply Greiner bio-one and TPP products, offering everything from standard cell culture products such as flasks, plates, tubes, cell scrapers and serological pipettes to specialized products such as 3D cell culture, vacuum filter system, cryoproducts for biobanking and plates for luminescence / fluorescence.
Shimadzu tilbyr instrumenter innen elektroforese, proteinsekvensering,
MALDI-TOF MS, Imaging, Bio Pharmaceutical, Dried Plasma Spots og Imaging MS.
Shimadzu Life Science Lab
Instrumenter er fokusert på å utvikle nye verktøy for å bidra til å akselerere
life science forskning ved å integrere kjemi med inovativ teknologi for å
oppnå en unik posisjon som en leverandør av løsninger for life science.
Shimadzu samler teknologier og
verktøy som hjelper deg å finne ut mer om den biologiske prøven. Enten det er
et gel-basert eksperiment for å forstå proteinuttrykk, karakterisering av
forskjeller i metabolisme i pasientstudier eller bildebehandling av vev med
massespektrometri, kan Shimadzu hjelpe deg å finne ut mer om biologien ved
One of the most common contaminants in cell culture laboratories is mycoplasma. Cells are usually infected by cross-contamination from not tested infected cells (eg, through aerosols generated during pipetting, using the same medium bottles, working with more than one cell type at a time), contaminated material, contaminated donor tissue (<1%), or direct infection from the researcher.
Mycoplasma grows slowly and does not necessarily kill the cells, but affects different cellular parameters, such as changing the cell membrane's antigenicity, creating chromosomal level changes, inhibiting cell metabolism and fragmenting DNA.