BioProbes 61


Nanotechnology Meets Cellular Analysis—Qdot® conjugates in flow cytometry and imaging
Qdot® nanocrystals fluoresce in a way that’s completely different from traditional fluorophores. Their intrinsic brightness is often many times that observed for organic fluorophores, and their photostability is many orders of magnitude greater. These extraordinary fluorescence properties can be attributed to their unique structure and composition.

New Technologies

Novel Recombinant Monoclonal Antibodies—ABfinity™ Technology Ensures Performance

Single-Sample Detection of β-Galactosidase and Firefly Luciferase in Cell Lysates—NovaBright™ Chemiluminescent Dual Reporter Gene Assays

Practical Applications

Modeling Angiogenesis In Vitro—Cell Proliferation and Endothelial Tube Formation Assays

Multiparametric Approaches for Predictive Hepatotoxicity—Combining Assays for Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Membrane Integrity, and Oxidative Stress

Tools for Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Research—Gibco® Media and Reagents, and TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays

Highly Specific Antibodies for Cell Junction Studies—Validated Antibodies for Cell Junction Targets

Beyond Classification—Click-iT® EDU Outperforms BRDU Across All Species

The Art of Imaging—Putting Fluorescent Probes to Workp

Fluorescence-Based Alternatives to Chromogenic Immunohistochemistry—Quantitative, Multiplexed Results with Fluorescent Dyes, Reference Beads, and Antifade Reagents

Accurate Compensation is as Easy as AbC—AbC™ and ArC™ Kits for Flow Cytometry Compensation

Measuring Insulin Receptors in Cell Lysates—Quantify Site-Specific Phosphoproteins Using PhosphoELISA™ Kits


Journal Highlight—Baculoviral Transduction of Human Neurons

On the Web—Discover the Biological Applications of Click Chemistry; and Protecting the Environment Through Sustainability and Product Stewardship

Just Released—Highlighting our Newest Cellular Analysis Products and Technologies

Endnote—Recently Published: A Look at How Your Fellow Researchers are Using Our Products