Immunohistochemistry (IHC) Vector Labs reagents for your complete workflow

Vector Laboratories, as a specialist in immunohistochemistry and immunofluorescence, offers you a comprehensive range of kits and reagents for every step in your IHC workflow or IF workflow. Our partner Vector Laboratories develops innovative laboratory detection reagents with decades of experie...

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CRISPR-based diagnostics SignalChem Webinar and Product Launch

CRISPR/Cas9 is a popular genome editing tool, due to its simplicity and versatility, which allows for highly specific genomic modification and targeted gene silencing. CRISPR-based diagnostics has become a relevant technology for fast, affordable and ultra-sensitive testing at home, point of care or in the field. We want to invite you to our partner SignalChem's webinar on the topic of CRISPR-based diagnostics.  

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miRNA Quantification Learn about BioVendors miRNA Quantification

The incredible regulatory power of microRNAs (miRNAs) and other short non-coding RNA sequences (sncRNA) was discovered very recently. Research into these highly abundant RNAs revealed their crucial involvement in orchestration of all molecular signalling pathways (p53, Wnt, FAS and others) and their potential as a biomarker. The ability of miRNAs to immediately respond to path...

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GeneTex Webinar The Epigenetic Basis of Inflammatory Training

Join our partner GeneTex' upcoming webinar on inflammatory training and tissue repair. Inflammatory training is the generation of an epigenetic memory that leads to an augmented state of responsiveness to a broad range of secondary stimuli. Though previously thought to be exclusive to the innate immune system, Dr. Samantha Larsen discovered that epithelial stem cells can undergo inflammatory training that accelerates tissue repair. She revealed this phenomenon hinges on the coordinated efforts of stimulus-specific, stress-responsive, and...

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RNA Viruses Viral protein antibodies

Viral epidemics are one of the greatest challenges of our time. The causative agents of most viral infectious diseases that have occurred in recent decades are RNA viruses. In addition to SARS-CoV-2, these include influenza viruses, Ebola virus, poliovirus, Zika and dengue virus, among others. R...

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Amytracker Amyloid visualization

One of the main features of Alzheimer's disease is the formation of senile plaques by extracellular deposits of beta-amyloid and intracellular fibrillar deposits in the gray matter of the brain. These are usually detected by light microscopy after silver staining or by immunofluorescence. Amytracker from our partner Ebba Biotech are fluorescent tracer molecules for high-quality visualization of protein aggregates. The molecules become vividly colorful – highly fluorescent - when bound to a target in...

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Autophagy Research Gold standard Anti-LC3 from MBL

Autophagy refers to the process of degradation and utilization of own cellular components such as misfolded proteins or organelles by eukaryotic cells. Autophagy in mammals is involved not only in the starvation response, but also in antigen presentation, cell death, development, aging, tumorigenesis, and defense against bacterial infections. Autophagy research is therefore important for understanding all these processes. LC3 has been studied extensively and is used as an autophagy marker in mammals. So...

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Cardiovascular Biomarkers ELISA Kits for clinical research

Cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of death worldwide and in Germany. However, if diagnosed in time, these diseases can usually be treated well. With our partners' high-quality ELISA kits for biomarker detection, we support your preclinical and clinical research on cardiovascular diseases.   FGF23: Novel Risk Marker of Heart Failure...

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Exosome Isolation ExoQuick ULTRA from SBI

Exosomes are formed by lymphocytes, dendritic cells, nerve cells and tumor cells, among others, as transport vesicles and for the expulsion (exocytosis) of cell components. They play an important role in cellular communication and acquired immunity. Viruses use exosomes for transport and camouflage. Exosomes have been the focus of research in cell communication and gene regulation for several years and are being investigated as therapeutic options in the treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases. Our partner SBI System Biosciences supports...

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Normal Serum for IHC In stock at BIOZOL - short delivery time!

Under our own brand Linaris Histoprime, we now offer not only high-quality validated antibodies but also the corresponding blocking serum for immunohistochemistry. Histoprime blocking serum for IHC is produced in our laboratory in Germany with serum from intra-European sources. We keep sufficient stocks of Histoprime serum at BIOZOL in Eching to ensure short delivery times. We can also provide custom fillings and pretreatments

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