AdipoGen's n-Octyl-β-D-glucopyranoside (ultrapure) is a non-ionic detergent for the functional solubilisation, isolation, purification and crystallography of membrane proteins.
Integrated DNA Technologies has released its latest CRISPR enzyme, Alt-R Cas12a (Cpf1) Ultra. It is a powerful addition to IDT's Alt-R CRISPR enzyme arsenal, with improved performance compared to previous products, making it easier to achieve precision genome editing at new sites across genomes.
Expedeon's InstantBlue is formulated as a 1X ready-to-use staining reagent. Only proteins are stained, resulting in well-defined blue bands on a transparent background.
AdipoGen Life Sciences offers a broad panel of >500 natural products from bacterial, fungal, marine and plant sources. These products include rifamycins, lantibiotics, thiazolyl peptides, antibiotics for cancer research, antibiotics for inflammation and neuroscience research, mycotoxins, synthetic antibiotics and more.
Abcam's tissue clearing kits and reagents enable easy and rapid clearing for 3D imaging of tissues and cell culture models.
Absolute Antibody's murine bispecific reagents enable researchers and drug developers to more easily evaluate potential bispecific combinations in mouse models.
The GIBCO CTS LV-MAX Lentiviral Production System, from Thermo Fisher Scientific, is a complete lentivirus production solution designed to produce high-titre lentiviral vectors.
The Anti-Alpaca secondary antibody product line targets the IgG repertoire of camelid immunoglobulins, including whole molecule, subclass and VHH domain specificities. They are raised against alpaca and cross-react with llama.
Scientists have developed a new antibody technology that combines the advantages of antibody-based therapies with the convenience of oral drug administration.
An antimicrobial coating made of precious metals has reduced growth of bacteria on contamination-prone surfaces inside the International Space Station.
Cayman's line of MaxSpec standards and kits are designed to enable quantitative accuracy and interlaboratory reproducibility in mass spectrometry analysis.