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Review dyes used for labeling subcellular organelles, live cell tracking, and live cell labeling.
Found in all eukaryotic cells, actin is a protein essential to maintain cell structure. In humans, three main actin groups have been identified - alpha, beta. Actin is used as a loading control for western blotting to normalize protein loading. Read full article.
Exlpore targets to the research process of actin polymerization
Reagents to identify the subcellular localization of a protein. Learn more about our high quality reagents to track your protein of interest.
A review of our knockout validated antibody
This on-demand webinar explains how to incorporate more advanced aspects of ICC/IHC theory and practice into experiments. Topics include designing and analyzing multi-color imaging experiments.
Choose from our diverse set of reagents optimized for multi-color imaging.
Learn how to optimize ICC and IHC results through careful experimental design with our senior imaging specialist Simon Renshaw.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn the basic principles of confocal microscopy, sample preparation through to data analysis, advantage over epifluorescent microscopy and how the confocal microscope works.
An overview of commonly used plasma membrane markers such as sodium potassium ATPase, PMCA, pan Cadherin and CD98.