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Single cell RT-PCR analysis of ClC-2 mRNA expression in ureteric bud tip. Citations & References

  • Authors: Huber S; Schroppel B; Kretzler M; Schlondorff D; Horster M
  • Journal: The American Journal of Physiology 1998 5:F951-F957
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  • 4318739(Discontinued)
  • 4327058(Discontinued)
  • 4327059(Discontinued)

Have you tested cells grown in Gibco PSC Neural Induction Medium (NIM) for Scorecard analysis? Product FAQ

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H9 cells were differentiated into NSCs using Gibco PSC Neural Induction Medium (NIM) and hPSC Scorecard analysis was performed at various time points. The control sample was undifferentiated H9 ESC. Cells were seen to become positive for ectoderm by day 5.

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Do you offer the individual components of the Human Neural Stem Cell Immunocytochemistry Kit as standalone products? Product FAQ

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Only the NucBlue Fixed Cell ReadyProbes Reagent may be purchased separately as Cat. No. R37606. We do offer the secondary antibodies separately, but not in the same proprietary concentration as provided in the kit. We also offer formaldehyde, DPBS, BSA, and saponin as separate catalog numbers, but not in the volumes or as formulated in the kit. The primary antibodies are not available as separate stock items; all non-stock items in the kit may be available as a custom order. Please contact your Account Representative.

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Genetic analysis of the cell division protein FtsI (PBP3): amino acid substitutions that impair septal localization of FtsI and recruitment of FtsN. Citations & References

  • Authors: Wissel MC, Weiss DS
  • Journal: J Bacteriol (2004) 186:490-502
  • PubMed ID: 14702319

Can I use the Human Neural Stem Cell Immunocytochemistry Kit for flow cytometry analysis? Product FAQ

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We do not recommend using the Human Neural Stem Cell Immunocytochemistry Kit for flow cytometry analysis. The kit and protocol were specifically developed for imaging analysis (microscopy/high-content screening (HCS)).

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With the direct lysis approach to DNA/RNA analysis, can I use cells that are frozen or stabilized with RNAlater solution? Product FAQ

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For the Cells-to-CT lysis reaction, you can use fresh cells, frozen cells, or cells that have been stabilized with RNAlater solution. You just want to ensure that cells were washed once with PBS before going into the lysis reaction.

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Cancer-testis antigens and ING1 tumor suppressor gene product are breast cancer antigens: characterization of tissue-specific ING1 transcripts and a homologue gene. Citations & References

  • Authors: Jager D; Stockert E; Scanlan MJ; Gure AO; Jager E; Knuth A; Old LJ; Chen YT
  • Journal: Cancer Research 2000 1:6197-6204
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  • 4318739(Discontinued)
  • 4327058(Discontinued)
  • 4327059(Discontinued)

I would like to label only 100 µL of sample of the same cell density using a Ready Flow product. The manual notes 2 drops per 1 mL (1 X 10E6 cells/mL). May I scale down for smaller volumes? Product FAQ

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Yes, you may scale up or down as needed, but we recommend keeping the cell density the same. There are 41 µL per drop, so 2 drops is 82 µL (for the 1 mL of sample). You need to only scale down for this 100 µL volume, which would be 8.2 µL.

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Wastewater Analysis Products Product Literature

What product do you provide for activating mouse T cells? Product FAQ

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We offer Dynabeads Mouse T-Activator CD3/CD28 in 3 different volume sizes (Cat. No. 11456D (0.4 mL), Cat. No. 11452D (2 mL), Cat. No. 11453D (5 x 2 mL)). This product is intended for activation of mouse CD4+ or CD8+ T cells, or mouse Treg cells.

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Brochures & Specifications: Analysis of Gene Expression in Normal and Tumor Liver Tissue: Expression Array System: Data Sheet Product Literature

What concentration of my antibody should I use for cell analysis? Product FAQ

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An optimal concentration may be between 1-10 µg/mL for cell and tissue labeling for microscopy, or 0.2-5 µg/mL for flow cytometry. A range of concentrations should be tested to determine what is optimal.

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What are the standard lysis buffers used with mammalian cells for detection of protein expression by immunoprecipitation or Western blot analysis? Product FAQ

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The most commonly used buffer is RIPA Buffer with SDS. We offer RIPA Buffer (Cat. Nos. 89900 and 89901). We also offer the Pierce IP Lysis buffer (Cat. Nos. 87787 and 87788) as well as M-PER (Cat. Nos. 78501, 78503, and 78505).

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With the direct lysis approach to DNA/RNA analysis, can I use the direct lysis solution for uncultured primary cells or my other cell lines? Product FAQ

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We use multiple cells lines in-house, including primary human hepatocytes, stem cells, and differentiated stem cells. When using a new cell line, we recommend that a pilot experiment with a dilution of cells from 10-100,000 cells looking for a loss in linearity of results. Please refer to the manual for how to perform this experiment.

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BioProbes article: Time-resolved analysis of proteome dynamics by tandem mass tags and stable isotope labeling in cell culture hyperplexing Product Literature

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