Stages of Meiosis

Meiosis describes the process of cell division by which gametes are formed. In this process, we start with a cell with twice the normal amount of DNA and end up with 4 non-identical haploid daughter gametes after two divisions. There are six stages of Meiosis within each of the divisions, namely prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis. In this article, we will look at the stages of meiosis and consider their importance in disease.

Meiosis I

In meiosis I, the homologous chromosomes separate in two cells, so that there is one chromosome (consisting of two chromatids) per pair of chromosomes in each daughter cell, that is, two chromosomes in all.

Prophase I

Before prophase, the chromosomes replicate to form sister chromatids. Initially, there are four chromatids (c) and two chromosomes (n) for each of the 23 pairs of chromosomes (4c, 2n). The nuclear envelope disintegrates and the chromosomes begin to condense. Spindle fibres appear that are important for the successful division of chromosomes.

To further increase genetic diversity, homologous chromosomes swap small parts of themselves, so that one chromosome contains both maternal and paternal DNA. This process is known as crossing over, and the points where this occurs on a chromosome are called chiasmata.

Prometaphase I

Spindle fibres attach to chromosomes at points along the chromosomes called centromeres. As this happens, the chromosomes continue to condense.

Metaphase I

Maternal and paternal versions of the same chromosome (homologous chromosomes) line up along the equator of the cell. A process called independent assortment occurs: This is when the maternal and paternal chromosomes line up randomly on either side of the equator. This in turn determines which gamete chromosomes are assigned to, leading to genetic diversity among offspring.

Anaphase I

Here, each of the homologous chromosomes is drawn to opposite poles of the cell as the spindle fibres retract. This equally divides the DNA between the two cells that will form.

Telophase I and Cytokinesis I

During telophase, I, the nuclear envelope reforms and the spindle fibres disappear. In cytokinesis I, the cytoplasm and the cell divide result in two cells that are technically haploid: there is one chromosome and two chromatids for each chromosome (2c, n).

Meiosis II

Prophase II and Prometaphase II

These stages are identical to their counterparts in meiosis I.

Metaphase II

In metaphase II, the chromosomes line up in a single file along the equator of the cell. This is in contrast to metaphase I, where the chromosomes line up in homologous pairs.

Anaphase II

Sister chromatids are then attracted to opposite poles of the equator.

Telophase II

This stage is the same as telophase I.

Cytokinesis II

Again, the cytoplasm and the cell divide produce 2 non-identical haploid daughter cells. Since this happens in both cells produced by meiosis I, the net product is 4 non-identical haploid daughter cells, each containing a chromosome consisting of one chromatid (1c, 1n). These are fully formed gametes.

Spliceosome

Abstract

The spliceosome is a large RNA-protein complex that catalyzes the removal of introns from nuclear pre-mRNA. A wide range of biochemical and genetic studies show that the spliceosome comprises three major RNA protein subunits, the small nuclear ribonucleoprotein (snRNP) particles U1, U2, and [U4/U6.U5], and an additional group of splicing proteins. not snRNP. factors Rapid progress is being made in unravelling the interactions that take place between these factors during the splicing reaction.

The emerging picture of the spliceosome reveals a highly dynamic structure that assembles into pre-mRNA transcripts in a stepwise pathway and is organized, at least in part, by complex RNA base-pairing interactions between small nuclear RNAs (snRNAs) and the intron substrate. Many of these interactions can be detected in both mammalian and yeast spliceosomes, suggesting that the basic splicing mechanism is ancient and largely conserved during evolution.

What are spliceosomes?

Spliceosomes are huge multimegadalton ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complexes found in eukaryotic nuclei. They assemble into RNA polymerase II transcripts from which they extract RNA sequences called introns and splice flanking sequences called exons. This so-called pre-messenger RNA (pre-mRNA) splicing is an essential step in eukaryotic mRNA synthesis. Each human cell contains approximately 100,000 spliceosomes, which are responsible for removing more than 200,000 different intron sequences. Human cells contain two types of spliceosomes: the major spliceosome, which is responsible for removing 99.5% of introns, and the minor spliceosome, which removes the remaining 0.5%.

How did the various parts of the spliceosome get their names?

U snRNAs were originally discovered as abundant small uridine-rich RNA molecules present in mammalian nuclei and were initially numbered in order of their apparent abundance. U1, U2, U4, U5, U6, U11, and U12 were later found to be components of the splicesome. The U7 snRNA is required for processing the 3′ end of histone mRNA; the other abundant U snRNAs (U3, U8, U9, and U10) are all involved in ribosome biogenesis. U4atac and U6atac are much less abundant than other spliceosomal snRNAs, so they were only discovered and named when it was realized that there must be other snRNAs that recognize the minor intron class.

The first and last two DNA nucleotides of minor introns are usually AT and AC, respectively, hence the names U4atac and U6atac. Many spliceosomal proteins have PRP names, e.g. Prp2, Prp5, Prp8, etc. In yeast, mutations in these genes lead to “mRNA pre-processing” defects. Confusingly, orthologous genes may have different PRP names in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe because the original mutational screens were done around the same time and a unified naming system has not yet been devised.

Other core splicing proteins include CWC (complexed with CDC5), CWF (complexed with CDC five), SPF (Pichia farinosa killer toxin sensitivity), SYF (synthetic lethal with cdcforty). Complex nineteen (NTC) is a large protein-only subcomplex named for its most abundant component, Prp19, while another small protein-only complex known as NTR (related to complex nineteen) contains factors involved in spliceosome disassembly. Some of the major spliceosomal proteins were first discovered in invertebrates.

The seven Sm proteins, which form a ring surrounding a specific binding site on almost all spliceosomal snRNAs, were named after the patient (Smith) with whose autoimmune antibodies they react. A similar set of proteins (Lsm, for “Sm-like”) was later found to surround the U6 and U6atac snRNAs, the only two spliceosomal snRNAs that lacked a consensus Sm binding site. Two additional large classes of metazoan splicing factors are the hnRNP proteins, so named because they are found associated with heterogeneous nuclear RNA (hnRNA), and the SR proteins, named for a carboxy-terminal domain rich in arginine-serine dipeptides ( RS).

How does the spliceosome do its job?

Spliceosomes must remove non-coding introns from precursor transcripts and rejoin flanking exons to create mature spliced ​​mRNAs. To do so, splicing machinery assembles step by step at the ends of introns, with U1 snRNP recognizing the start of an intron (5′ splice site, the donor site) and U2 snRNP recognizing a feature (the donor site). branch) at the other end in the vicinity of the 3′ splice site (acceptor site).

After numerous structural rearrangements involving both the addition of new components and the expulsion of many others, splicing occurs in two chemical steps: first, cleavage at the 5′ splice site along with the formation of a lariat structure. in which the first nucleotide of the intron is linked via a 2′–5′ phosphodiester bond to the adenosine branch site; and second, ligation of the two exons, along with cleavage at the 3′ splice site. The spliceosome then disassembles from the excised intron, which subsequently debranches and degrades.

How do spliceosomes affect gene expression?

Because the vast majority of protein-coding genes in humans contain introns (usually 9 or 10, but some have more than 100!), splicing is an essential step in gene expression. High-throughput sequencing has now revealed that ~95% of human genes are also subject to alternative splicing, allowing the synthesis of many different mRNAs from a single DNA gene. By encoding alternative protein isoforms or harbouring different regulatory sequences in their untranslated regions, alternatively spliced ​​mRNAs greatly enhance biological complexity.

The act of splicing itself also has important consequences for gene expression beyond intron removal. By stably depositing proteins that accompany mRNPs in the cytoplasm (e.g., the exon-joining complex, EJC) into exons, splicing can affect subcellular localization, translational efficiency, and decay kinetics of mRNP. mRNA. In particular, mRNA decay driven by the location of EJC relative to the stop codon is a crucial mediator of cellular protein abundance.

Are spliceosomes associated with any disease?

Many human diseases are caused by the misplacing of a single gene or by the dysregulation of the entire spliceosome. About 35% of human genetic disorders are caused by a mutation that disrupts the splicing of a single gene. Such mutations can add/delete a single splice site (eg, α or β thalassemia) or change the balance of alternative splicing by affecting the inclusion/exclusion of a cassette exon (eg, frontotemporal dementia driven by a misplacing of tau). Some misplacing events generate an isoform of mRNA that is subject to rapid degradation.

Single point mutations affecting splicing can result in large changes in both protein structure and protein abundance. Other diseases are caused by mutations in the splicing proteins themselves, affecting the splicing of many transcripts. For example, mutations in several core splicing proteins (eg, Prp8, Prp3, Prp31, and Brr2) have been shown to cause autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa. Mutations in splicing factor 3B subunit 1 (SF3B1) and U2 helper factor 35 (U2AF35) are frequently associated with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia and myelodysplasia. Other types of cancer are associated with dysregulation of splicing factor levels. Therefore, the spliceosome has recently emerged as a new target for the development of new cancer therapies.

What is left to explore?

Due to its highly dynamic and complex nature, an atomic-level structure of the spliceosome remains an elusive goal. However, much progress has recently been made by crystallizing subsets of spliceosomal components, including the U1 and U4 snRNPs and the central core protein Prp8. Other important questions concern the exact molecular mechanisms by which spliceosomes achieve high splicing precision while allowing flexibility in splice site choice to enable alternative splicing. To answer these questions, new tools such as single-molecule microscopy, bioinformatics, and high-throughput methods for determining protein-protein, protein-RNA, and RNA-RNA interaction dynamics are increasingly being developed and applied.

Spermatogenesis

Introduction

Spermatogenesis, is the origin and development of sperm within the male reproductive organs, the testes. The testes are composed of numerous thin, tightly coiled tubules known as the seminiferous tubules; sperm are produced within the walls of the tubules. Within the walls of the tubules, too, there are many randomly scattered cells, called Sertoli cells, that function to support and nourish immature sperm by providing them with nutrients and blood products.

As the young germ cells grow, Sertoli cells help transport them from the outer surface of the seminiferous tubule to the central canal of the tubule. The testes continually produce sperm, but not all areas of the seminiferous tubules produce sperm at the same time. An immature germ cell takes up to 74 days to reach final maturation and during this growth process, there are intermittent resting phases.

The immature cells (called spermatogonia) are all derived from cells called stem cells in the outer wall of the seminiferous tubules. Stem cells are composed almost entirely of nuclear material. (The nucleus of the cell is the portion that contains the chromosomes.) Stem cells begin their process by multiplying in the cell duplication process known as mitosis. Half of the new cells in this initial culture become future sperm cells and the other half remain as stem cells, so there is a constant supply of additional germ cells.

Spermatogonia destined to become mature sperm are known as primary sperm. These move from the outer portion of the seminiferous tubule to a more central location and coalesce around the Sertoli cells. The primary sperm cells then develop somewhat by increasing the amount of cytoplasm (substances outside the nucleus) and structures called organelles within the cytoplasm.

After a resting phase, the primary cells divide into a form called secondary sperm. During this cell division, a breakdown of nuclear material occurs. In the nucleus of primary sperm, there are 46 chromosomes; in each of the secondary spermatozoa, there are only 23 chromosomes, as there are in the egg. When the egg and sperm combine and their chromosomes unite, the characteristics of both individuals mix and the new organism begins to grow.

The secondary sperm must still mature before it can fertilize an egg; maturation involves certain changes in the shape and form of the sperm cell. The nuclear material becomes more condensed and oval in shape; this area develops as the sperm head. The head is partially covered by a cap, called an acrosome, which is important in helping sperm enter the egg. Attached to the opposite end of the head is the tailpiece.

The tail is derived from the cytoplasm of the secondary sperm. In mature sperm, it consists of a long, thin bundle of filaments that propel the sperm by their undulating motion. Once the sperm have matured, they are transported through the long seminiferous tubules and stored in the epididymis of the testicles until they are ready to leave the male body.

Characteristics of normal spermatogenesis based on histological sections

– Diameter of the seminiferous tubule 180 μm minimum

– Presence of spermatogonia type A pale, type A dark, type B

– Presence of primary and secondary spermatocytes

– Differentiation of spermatids

– Spermiation zones

– Score count of at least 8 (see section – “Score count for the evaluation of spermatogenesis”).

– lumen of seminiferous tubule

– Normal distribution of lipids in the cytoplasm of Sertoli cells

– Presence of spermatogenesis stages

– Formation of germ cell clones

– Thickness of the lamina propria of the seminiferous tubule of 8 μm or less

– Structure and normal distribution of Leydig cells

Kinetics of spermatogenesis

Spermatogenesis begins during puberty and continues throughout life and into old age due to the inexhaustible reservoir of stem cells. A large number of germ cells develop and are released from the seminiferous tubules. The process of spermatogenesis is highly organized: the spermatogonia divide continuously, in part spermatogonia remain and in part give rise to spermatogenesis. Originating from the division of the spermatogonia, the groups of cells migrate from the basal to the adluminal position of the germinal epithelium.

Differently developed cell groups are found in a section of a seminiferous tubule and contribute to the typical appearance of the germinal epithelium. Six of these typical aspects were described in the human testis as “stages of spermatogenesis”. In any given region of the germinal epithelium, the same typical appearances of groups of germ cells appear every 16 days. This period of time is called the “seminiferous epithelial cycle”.

The development of a type A spermatogonium to mature spermatids requires 4.6 cycles, e.g. 74 days Mature spermatids released from the germinal epithelium as spermatozoa are transported through the epididymal duct system for an additional 12 days. Therefore, a minimum of 86 days should be calculated for a complete spermatogenetic cycle from spermatogonium to mature sperm.

Alterations of spermatogenesis

The proliferation and differentiation of male germ cells and the intratesticular and extratesticular mechanisms of regulation of spermatogenesis can be altered at all levels. This may occur as a result of environmental influences or may be due to diseases that directly or indirectly affect spermatogenesis. In addition, different nutritional and therapeutic substances, drugs, hormones and their metabolites, different toxic substances or X-rays can reduce or destroy spermatogenesis. Finally, also a fairly simple nose since the increase in temperature reduces the spermatogenetic activity of the testicles.

Under these negative influences, testicles respond relatively monotonically by reducing spermatogenesis. This can be expressed in the reduced number of mature spermatids, in spermatid malformation, lack of spermiation, impaired meiosis, arrest of spermatogenesis at the primary spermatocyte stage, reduced multiplication or apoptosis of spermatogonia. If the spermatogonia survive, then spermatogenesis can be rescued.

Otherwise, spermatogenesis ceases, and the shadows of the seminiferous tubules remain. Alterations in spermatogenesis are evaluated in histological sections of testicular biopsies. The most suitable technique is the semi-thin cut of the material embedded in epoxy resin. In a semi-thin section, all the details of the testicle cells can be optimally evaluated due to their excellent preservation.

Camillo Golgi (1843 -1926): scientist extraordinaire and pioneer figure of modern neurology

Camillo Golgi (1843 -1926): scientist extraordinaire and pioneer figure of modern neurology

Camillo Golgi was a unprecedented scientist whose contributions within the area of neuroanatomy proved to be essential for emergence of neuroscience as a sovereign scientific self-discipline. Golgi’s invention of the Black Reaction (La reazione nera) was a watershed occasion because it allowed outstanding visualization of the organizational sample of components of nervous system amongst complicated puzzle of shut knit interconnections. Till this time skinny filamentary extensions of neural cells (axon and dendrites) couldn’t be visualized with accessible staining strategies as a result of of their slender and clear nature.

Golgi was the primary to achieve success in staining myelin element of axon, which he used to find the myelin annular equipment. He recognized the entire life cycle of Plasmodium (malarial parasite) in human erythrocytes. His analysis on histological particulars of human kidney highlighted the existence of juxtaglomerular equipment. Later on Spanish scientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal, primarily based on the use of Golgi’s Staining (Black Reaction) documented the morphologic particulars of nervous system in a extra refined method, which finally led to the emergence of Neuron Doctrine. In recognition of their exemplary contributions in neuroscience Golgi and Cajal had been collectively awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1906.

We use info on new sovereign debt points within the euro space to discover the drivers behind the debt maturity selections of governments. We arrange a theoretical mannequin for the maturity construction that trades off the desire for liquidity companies offered by short-term debt, roll-over threat and value threat. The common debt maturity is negatively associated to each the extent and the slope of the yield curve.

A panel VAR evaluation exhibits that constructive shocks to threat aversion, the likelihood of non-repayment and the demand for the liquidity companies of short-term debt all have a constructive impact on the yield curve degree and slope, and a damaging impact on the common maturity of new debt points. These outcomes are partially according to our theoretical framework. A forecast error variance decomposition means that adjustments within the likelihood of non-repayment as captured by the anticipated default frequency extracted from credit score default spreads are an important supply of shocks.

Seeking Justice: How VAWA Reduced the Stronghold Over American Indian and Alaska Native Women

 

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), initially handed in 1994, was efficiently reauthorized in 2000, 2005, and 2013. Over time, VAWA altered the surroundings for a lot of victims who had beforehand suffered in silence. This article focuses on how VAWA impacted American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) victims of relationship and home violence. AI and AN girls expertise these crimes at a fee larger than the nationwide common, but they’re typically denied justice as a result of interaction of federal and state legal guidelines and tribal sovereignty.

VAWA affirmed tribes’ sovereign authority to train felony jurisdiction over non-Indians who commit crimes in opposition to AI and AN victims on tribal lands. This article additionally discusses future steps to boost justice reforms. Extremist actions are rising within the United States. However invention of Black Reaction and its subsequent software demystified the essential structure of mind tissue which was now seen to the students in all its complexity in microscopic research. Golgi can also be credited with the invention of two sorts of sensory receptors in muscle tendons: Golgi tendon organ and Golgi-Mazzoni corpuscles.

One regarding extremist group is that of sovereign residents. Sovereign residents have been labeled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a terrorist risk. Relative to different analysis about extremist teams, restricted analysis exists concerning the sovereign citizen motion. The function of this text is to evaluate all related literature regarding this motion, because it pertains to the risk posed to legislation enforcement, through descriptive analysis and to determine present information gaps. Most empirical work, about sovereign residents, so far has targeted on authorized issues, psychological well being, radicalization, and postdiction of focused violence. The work introduced right here serves as a basis for future analysis regarding this group.

Camillo Golgi (1843 -1926): scientist extraordinaire and pioneer figure of modern neurology

The Embodied Brain of SOVEREIGN2: From Space-Variant Conscious Percepts During Visual Search and Navigation to Learning Invariant Object Categories and Cognitive-Emotional Plans for Acquiring Valued Goals.

 

This article develops a mannequin of how reactive and deliberate behaviors work together in actual time. Controllers for each animals and animats want reactive mechanisms for exploration, and realized plans to effectively attain objective objects as soon as an surroundings turns into acquainted. The SOVEREIGN mannequin embodied these capabilities, and was examined in a 3D digital actuality surroundings. Neural fashions have characterised essential adaptive and clever processes that weren’t included in SOVEREIGN.

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF405s

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF680r

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF488a

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Alpha-bungarotoxin CF488a

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF568

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF568

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF594

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Alpha-bungarotoxin CF594

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF633

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF633

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Alpha-bungarotoxin

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Fluorescein-Alpha-bungarotoxin

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Sulforhodamine 101-a-bungarotoxin (Texas Red--a-bungarotoxin): (500ug)

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Sulforhodamine 101-a-bungarotoxin (Texas Red--a-bungarotoxin): (10x50ug)

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Biotin-xx-a-bungarotoxin

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Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF555 conjugate

9-00018
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Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF555 conjugate

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Biotin-cAMP, diisopropylethylammonium salt:

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Staurosporine

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Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF543

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Rhodamine phalloidin 300u

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Sulforhodamine 101 (Texas-Red) Phalloidin

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Phalloidin, CF405M

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Phalloidin, CF405M

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CF488A-cAMP

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CF640R-cAMP

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Phalloidin, CF555

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Phalloidin, CF555

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Phalloidin, CF647

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Phalloidin, CF488A

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Phalloidin, CF543

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Phalloidin, CF543

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Phalloidin, CF568

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Phalloidin, CF568

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Phalloidin, CF594

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Phalloidin, CF594

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Phalloidin, CF633

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Phalloidin, CF660R

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Phalloidin, CF660R

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Phalloidin, CF680R

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Phalloidin, CF640R

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Phalloidin, CF532

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Phalloidin, CF532

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Phalloidin, CF660C

00052 300U
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Phalloidin, CF680

00053 300U
EUR 466
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Phalloidin, CF680

00053-T 50U
EUR 147
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Phalloidin, CF430

00054 300U
EUR 449
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Phalloidin, CF430

00054-T 50U
EUR 139
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Phalloidin, CF440

00055 300U
EUR 449
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Phalloidin, CF440

00055-T 50U
EUR 139
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Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF488A conjugate

00070 100ug
EUR 261
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Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF568 conjugate

00071 100ug
EUR 261
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Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF594 conjugate

00072 100ug
EUR 261
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Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF640R conjugate

00073 100ug
EUR 264
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Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF532 conjugate

00074 100ug
EUR 264
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Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF543 conjugate

00075 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF620R conjugate

00076 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF633 conjugate

00077 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF660R conjugate

00078 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF680R conjugate

00079 100ug
EUR 282
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Human Transferrin, CF488A conjugate

00081 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF543 conjugate

00082 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF568 conjugate

00083 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF594 conjugate

00084 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF640R conjugate

00085 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF680R conjugate

00086 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF750 conjugate

00087 1mg
EUR 155
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen

00110-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen full length 15 kDa

HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen

00110-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen full length 15 kDa

HIV-1 GAG P24 Recombinant Antigen

00111-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 gag p24 recombinant antigen a.a 77 to a.a 436 of the HIV-1 gag region 39 kDa

HIV-1 GAG P24 Recombinant Antigen

00111-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 gag p24 recombinant antigen a.a 77 to a.a 436 of the HIV-1 gag region 39 kDa

HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen

00112-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen a.a 3 to a.a 190 of the HIV-1 nef region 20 kDa

HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen

00112-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen a.a 3 to a.a 190 of the HIV-1 nef region 20 kDa

HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen

00113-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen a.a 466 to a.a 753 of the HIV-1 env region 32 kDa

HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen

00113-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen a.a 466 to a.a 753 of the HIV-1 env region 32 kDa

HIV-2 GP 36 Recombinant Antigen

00114-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV -2 env gp36 recombinant antigen a.a 390 to a.a 702 of the HIV-2 env region 34 kDa

HIV-2 GP 36 Recombinant Antigen

00114-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV -2 env gp36 recombinant antigen a.a 390 to a.a 702 of the HIV-2 env region 34 kDa

HCV core recombinant antigen

00115-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HCV core recombinant antigen

00115-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HCV core recombinant antigen, Biotin conjugate

00115-V-B-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, Biotin conjugate

00115-V-B-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, FITC conjugate

00115-V-F-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, FITC conjugate

00115-V-F-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, Rhodamine

00115-V-R-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa . Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, Rhodamine

00115-V-R-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa . Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b

00116-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b

00116-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Biotin

00116-V-B-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Biotin

00116-V-B-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, FITC

00116-V-F-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, FITC

00116-V-F-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Rhodamine

00116-V-R-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Rhodamine

00116-V-R-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV NS3 recombinant antigen

00117-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS3 recombinant antigen a.a 1400 to a.a 1643 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HCV NS3 recombinant antigen

00117-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS3 recombinant antigen a.a 1400 to a.a 1643 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HBV core recombinant antigen

00120-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HBV core recombinant antigen HBcAg a.a 1 to a.a 183 of HBV core antigen 18 kDa

HBV core recombinant antigen

00120-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HBV core recombinant antigen HBcAg a.a 1 to a.a 183 of HBV core antigen 18 kDa

HBV core recombinant antigen, Delta

00121-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HBV core recombinant antigen HBcAg a.a 1 to a.a 144 of HBV core antigen 16 kDa

HBV core recombinant antigen, Delta

00121-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HBV core recombinant antigen HBcAg a.a 1 to a.a 144 of HBV core antigen 16 kDa

HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg

00122-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen 22 kDa Pichia pastoris recombinant

HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg

00122-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen 22 kDa Pichia pastoris recombinant

HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen

00123-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen 22 kDa Pichia pastoris recombinant High purity

HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen

00123-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen 22 kDa Pichia pastoris recombinant High purity

HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen

00124-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen 31 kDa E. coli recombinant

HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen

00124-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HBV surface recombinant antigen HBsAg antigen 31 kDa E. coli recombinant

HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen

00131-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen a.a. 633 to a.a 659.

HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen

00131-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen a.a. 633 to a.a 659.

HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen

00132-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen a.a. 403 to a.a 461.

HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen

00132-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen a.a. 403 to a.a 461.

AA 403-461 HEV Birma ORF2 Recombinant Antigen

00133-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen a.a. 92 to a.a 123.

AA 403-461 HEV Birma ORF2 Recombinant Antigen

00133-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HEV (Birma) ORF2 recombinant antigen a.a. 92 to a.a 123.

T, Pallidum recombinant antigen p15

00141-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen p15 (full length)

T, Pallidum recombinant antigen p15

00141-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen p15 (full length)

T, Pallidum recombinant antigen p17

00142-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen p17 (full length)

T, Pallidum recombinant antigen p17

00142-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen p17 (full length)

T, Pallidum recombinant antigen p45

00143-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen p45 (full length)

T, Pallidum recombinant antigen p45

00143-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen p45 (full length)

T, pallidum recombinant antigen TmpA

00144-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen TmpA (full length)

T, pallidum recombinant antigen TmpA

00144-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: T. Pallidum recombinant antigen TmpA (full length)

HCV core 2-119aa recombinant antigen

00150-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core 2-119aa recombinant antigen. Genotypes available: 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 3/10, 4, 5, 6a

HCV core 2-119aa recombinant antigen

00150-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core 2-119aa recombinant antigen. Genotypes available: 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 3/10, 4, 5, 6a

HCV Core 24 Antigen

00151-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core 24 antigen.

HCV Core 24 Antigen

00151-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core 24 antigen.

HCV core recombinant antigen

00152-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a.105-302

HCV core recombinant antigen

00152-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a.105-302

HCV NS3 1192-1456 aa Recombinant Antigen

00153-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS3 1192-1456aa recombinant antigen a.a.1192-1459. Available genotypes: 1a, 1b, 2b, 2c, 5, 6a

HCV NS3 1192-1456 aa Recombinant Antigen

00153-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS3 1192-1456aa recombinant antigen a.a.1192-1459. Available genotypes: 1a, 1b, 2b, 2c, 5, 6a

HCV NS3 1359-1456aa antigen

00154-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS3 1359-1456aa antigen. The protein contains immunodominant regions (1359-1456aa). available genotypes: 1a, 1b, 2b, 3, 4, 5, 6

HCV NS3 1359-1456aa antigen

00154-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS3 1359-1456aa antigen. The protein contains immunodominant regions (1359-1456aa). available genotypes: 1a, 1b, 2b, 3, 4, 5, 6

HCV NS4 mosaic recombinant antigen

00155-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 mosaic recombinant antigen a.a1691-1710, 1712-1733, 1921-1940. Genotypes available: 1, 2, 3, 5.

HCV NS4 mosaic recombinant antigen

00155-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 mosaic recombinant antigen a.a1691-1710, 1712-1733, 1921-1940. Genotypes available: 1, 2, 3, 5.

HCV NS4 1916-1947aa recombinant antigen

00156-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 1916-1947aa recombinant antigen.

HCV NS4 1916-1947aa recombinant antigen

00156-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 1916-1947aa recombinant antigen.

HCV NS5 2061-2302aa recombinant antigen

00157-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS5 2061-2302aa recombinant antigen.

HCV NS5 2061-2302aa recombinant antigen

00157-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS5 2061-2302aa recombinant antigen.

HCV NS5 2212-2313aa recombinant antigen

00158-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS5 2212-2313aa recombinant antigen. Available genotypes: 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4, 5, 6a.

A serious analysis program is summarized herein by which to constantly incorporate them into an enhanced mannequin known as SOVEREIGNrecord chunks, which management deliberate selections and actions towards valued objective objects. Predictively profitable record chunk combos are selectively enhanced or suppressed through reinforcement studying and incentive motivational studying. Expected vs. sudden occasion disconfirmations regulate these enhancement and suppressive processes. Adaptively timed studying permits consideration and motion to match process constraints. Social cognitive joint consideration permits imitation studying of expertise by learners who observe academics from totally different spatial vantage factors.

Recent Advances in Discovery of Potent Proteases Inhibitors Targeting the SARS Coronaviruses

Recent Advances in Discovery of Potent Proteases Inhibitors Targeting the SARS Coronaviruses

Across the globe, international locations are being challenged by the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic in methods they’ve by no means been earlier than. Global outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 with an unsure fatality price has imposed excessive challenges on world well being. The World Health Organization (WHO) has formally declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic, after the illness attributable to the new coronavirus unfold to greater than 100 international locations. To date, numerous therapeutic approaches has been proposed and are being applied to fight this pandemic, however sadly, no sovereign treatment has been es-tablished but.

Protease enzymes are vital targets to develop therapies for the remedy of infections attributable to SARS coronaviruses. In this assessment, an outline is given on current advances in discovery of potent protease inhibitors focusing on the SARS coronaviruses. Different courses of pure product inhibitors focusing on protease enzymes of SARS coronaviruses have been studied in element together with their construction exercise relationship evaluation. Repurposing of medicine has been additionally outlined in this research to know their roles as quick-to-be-identified remedy to fight these zoonotic coronaviruses.

Participants didn’t exhibit a considerable enhance in their willingness to turn into house owners of well being information and share the information with third events after the blockchain answer was launched. Participants had been involved about the dangers of dropping non-public keys, the ensuing issue in accessing care, and the irrevocability of information entry on blockchain. They did, nevertheless, favor a blockchain-based PHR that includes a non-public key restoration system and provides a well being pockets hosted by authorities or different positively perceived organizations.

They had been extra inclined to share information by way of blockchain if the third social gathering used the information for collective good and supplied members nonmonetary types of compensation and if the entry could possibly be revoked from the third social gathering. This research emphasised on vital covalent and non-covalent small molecule inhibitors which successfully inhibited chymotrypsin-like cysteine protease (3CLpro) and papain-like protease (PLpro) of two SARS coronaviruses i.e. SARS-CoV-1 and SARS-CoV-2.

Sovereign immunity and its implications for neurosurgery

 

The proportion of neurosurgeons going through a malpractice go well with every year is highest amongst all medical and surgical specialties. It is crucial for neurosurgeons to know native malpractice legal guidelines as a result of they fluctuate amongst states. Sovereign immunity, as described in the 11th constitutional modification, supplies absolute immunity to states from being sued by their residents and by different states. A state might waive its sovereign immunity, nevertheless, and substitute itself as the defendant in place of a state-employed doctor in the courtroom of legislation. This signifies that a doctor working for a state-funded hospital will not be liable to a malpractice go well with.

Further provisions of the legislation permit the state to not pay indemnity past a sure restrict, which discourages plaintiff attorneys from pursuing indemnity costs towards physicians working for state-funded establishments. In this assessment, the authors describe the idea of sovereign immunity and its implications for the follow of neurosurgery. Climate change has direct impacts on human well being, however these impacts fluctuate extensively by location.

Local well being impacts rely on a big quantity of elements together with particular regional local weather impacts, demographics and human vulnerabilities, and current native adaptation capability. There is a necessity to include native information and issues into local weather adaptation plans and consider totally different approaches. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has supplied funding, technical help, and an adaptation framework to help localities with local weather planning and actions.

The differing processes with which states, cities, and tribes develop and implement adaptation plans have been noticed. We define examples of the implementation of CDC’s framework and actions for native adaptation, with a deal with case research at differing jurisdictional ranges (a state, a metropolis, and a sovereign tribe). The use of native concerns and information are vital to tell local weather adaptation. The adaptable implementation of CDC’s framework helps communities defend well being.

Recent Advances in Discovery of Potent Proteases Inhibitors Targeting the SARS Coronaviruses

[Mechanism action of Chinese herbal compound and target network pharmacology of Yougui (YG) pill for the treatment of osteoporosis]

 

The recognized efficient Chinese natural compound of YG capsule was searched from conventional Chinese drugs built-in database(TCMID). Bioinformatics evaluation software for molecular mechanism of conventional Chinese drugs (BATMAN-TCM) was used to foretell goal of elements;DisGeNET and synthetic literature studying had been used to acquire targets of osteoporosis and bone transforming;Cytoscape 3.7.1 software program and its plug-ins BiN-GO and ClueGO had been used to counterpoint the GO annotation and pathwaysof the associated targets, and validation of the predicted goal of YG capsule had been validated by 87 differentially expressed proteins in postmenopausal osteoporosis and postmenopausal osteoporosis illness fashions in postmenopausal sufferers with regular bone mass from the earlier serum proteomics information.
  Totally 392 compounds had been retrieved from YG capsule, together with 83 sovereign medicine (monkshood, cinnamon, deerhorn gelatin), 127 ministerial medicine (ready rehmannia root, dogwood, wolfberry fruit and Chinese yam) and 182 supplementary medicine (cuscuta chinensis, eucommia ulmoides and Chinese angelica). Among them, there have been four identical compounds between sovereign drug and ministerial drug, 1 identical compound between sovereign drug and supplementary drug, and 14 identical compounds between ministerial drug and supplementary drug.

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF640r

9-00004
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF488a

9-00005
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin CF488a

9-00005
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF568

9-00006
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF568

9-00006
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF594

9-00007
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin CF594

9-00007
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF633

9-00009
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF633

9-00009
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100uG
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin

00010-1 1MG
EUR 168
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1MG

Fluorescein-Alpha-bungarotoxin

00011 500uG
EUR 367
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Tetramethylrhodamine-Alpha-bungarotoxin

00012 500uG
EUR 383
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Fluorescein-alpha-bungarotoxin: (10x50ug)

00013 10ST
EUR 417
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 10ST

Tetramethylrhodamine-alpha-bungarotoxin: (10x50ug)

00014 10ST
EUR 466
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 10ST

Sulforhodamine 101-a-bungarotoxin (Texas Red--a-bungarotoxin): (500ug)

00015 500uG
EUR 466
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Sulforhodamine 101-a-bungarotoxin (Texas Red--a-bungarotoxin): (10x50ug)

00016 10ST
EUR 523
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 10ST

Biotin-xx-a-bungarotoxin

00017 500uG
EUR 433
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF555 conjugate

9-00018
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100ug
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF555 conjugate

9-00018
  • EUR 494.00
  • EUR 161.00
  • 500uG
  • 100ug
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Biotin-cAMP, diisopropylethylammonium salt:

00020 1MG
EUR 314
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1MG

Biotin-cAMP, diisopropylethylammonium salt: (20x50ug)

00020-1 20ST
EUR 418
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 20ST

Biotin-cGMP, diisopropylethylammonium salt:

00021 1MG
EUR 344
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1MG

Biotin-cGMP, diisopropylethylammonium salt: (20x50ug)

00021-1 20ST
EUR 448
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 20ST

Cyanine 644-cAMP:

00022 1MG
EUR 491
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1MG

Cyanine 644-cAMP: (20x50ug)

00022-1 20ST
EUR 625
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 20ST

Fluorescein Methotrexate, triammonium salt:

00023 1MG
EUR 281
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1MG

Staurosporine

00025 100uG
EUR 139
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100uG

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF543

00026 500uG
EUR 494
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Rhodamine phalloidin 300u

00027 300
EUR 345
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300

Biotin-xx-phalloidin

00028 100U
EUR 428
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100U

Fluorescein-phalloidin

00030 300U
EUR 345
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Rhodamine 110 phalloidin

00032 300ST
EUR 345
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300ST

Sulforhodamine 101 (Texas-Red) Phalloidin

00033 300EU
EUR 345
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300EU

Phalloidin, CF405M

00034 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF405M

00034-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

CF488A-cAMP

00036 100ug
EUR 172
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

CF640R-cAMP

00037 100ug
EUR 172
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Phalloidin, CF555

00040 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF555

00040-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF647

00041 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF647

00041-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF488A

00042 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF488A

00042-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF543

00043 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF543

00043-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF568

00044 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF568

00044-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF594

00045 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF594

00045-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF633

00046 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF633

00046-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF660R

00047 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF660R

00047-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF680R

00048 300U
EUR 466
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF680R

00048-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF350

00049 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF350

00049-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF640R

00050 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF640R

00050-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF532

00051 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF532

00051-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF660C

00052 300U
EUR 442
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF660C

00052-T 50U
EUR 133
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF680

00053 300U
EUR 466
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF680

00053-T 50U
EUR 147
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF430

00054 300U
EUR 449
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF430

00054-T 50U
EUR 139
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF440

00055 300U
EUR 449
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF440

00055-T 50U
EUR 139
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF488A conjugate

00070 100ug
EUR 261
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF568 conjugate

00071 100ug
EUR 261
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF594 conjugate

00072 100ug
EUR 261
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF640R conjugate

00073 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF532 conjugate

00074 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF543 conjugate

00075 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF620R conjugate

00076 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF633 conjugate

00077 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF660R conjugate

00078 100ug
EUR 264
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Cholera Toxin Subunit B, CF680R conjugate

00079 100ug
EUR 282
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 100ug

Human Transferrin, CF488A conjugate

00081 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF543 conjugate

00082 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF568 conjugate

00083 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF594 conjugate

00084 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF640R conjugate

00085 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF680R conjugate

00086 1mg
EUR 149
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

Human Transferrin, CF750 conjugate

00087 1mg
EUR 155
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 1mg

HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen

00110-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen full length 15 kDa

HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen

00110-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 tat recombinant antigen full length 15 kDa

HIV-1 GAG P24 Recombinant Antigen

00111-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 gag p24 recombinant antigen a.a 77 to a.a 436 of the HIV-1 gag region 39 kDa

HIV-1 GAG P24 Recombinant Antigen

00111-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 gag p24 recombinant antigen a.a 77 to a.a 436 of the HIV-1 gag region 39 kDa

HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen

00112-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen a.a 3 to a.a 190 of the HIV-1 nef region 20 kDa

HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen

00112-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 nef recombinant antigen a.a 3 to a.a 190 of the HIV-1 nef region 20 kDa

HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen

00113-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen a.a 466 to a.a 753 of the HIV-1 env region 32 kDa

HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen

00113-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV-1 env gp41 recombinant antigen a.a 466 to a.a 753 of the HIV-1 env region 32 kDa

HIV-2 GP 36 Recombinant Antigen

00114-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HIV -2 env gp36 recombinant antigen a.a 390 to a.a 702 of the HIV-2 env region 34 kDa

HIV-2 GP 36 Recombinant Antigen

00114-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HIV -2 env gp36 recombinant antigen a.a 390 to a.a 702 of the HIV-2 env region 34 kDa

HCV core recombinant antigen

00115-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HCV core recombinant antigen

00115-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HCV core recombinant antigen, Biotin conjugate

00115-V-B-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, Biotin conjugate

00115-V-B-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, FITC conjugate

00115-V-F-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, FITC conjugate

00115-V-F-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, Rhodamine

00115-V-R-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa . Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV core recombinant antigen, Rhodamine

00115-V-R-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV core recombinant antigen a.a 2 to a.a 192 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa . Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b

00116-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b

00116-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Biotin

00116-V-B-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Biotin

00116-V-B-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Biotin conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, FITC

00116-V-F-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, FITC

00116-V-F-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Fluorescein conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Rhodamine

00116-V-R-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b, Rhodamine

00116-V-R-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS4 recombinant antigen NS4a+b a.a 1658 to a.a 1863 of HCV polyprotein, 19 kDa. Rhodamine conjugate.

HCV NS3 recombinant antigen

00117-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HCV NS3 recombinant antigen a.a 1400 to a.a 1643 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HCV NS3 recombinant antigen

00117-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HCV NS3 recombinant antigen a.a 1400 to a.a 1643 of HCV polyprotein 22 kDa

HBV core recombinant antigen

00120-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5
Description: HBV core recombinant antigen HBcAg a.a 1 to a.a 183 of HBV core antigen 18 kDa

HBV core recombinant antigen

00120-V-1000ug 1000 ug
EUR 1282.5
Description: HBV core recombinant antigen HBcAg a.a 1 to a.a 183 of HBV core antigen 18 kDa

HBV core recombinant antigen, Delta

00121-V-01mg 0,1 mg
EUR 267.5