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Proteintech Europe Strengthens Partnership with Acris Antibodies

admin August 13, 2014

  Proteintech Europe are delighted to announce that as of August 1st 2014 Acris Antibodies will become our co-exclusive distributors in Germany. This means that our German customers can only order Proteintech products either directly from Proteintech or through Acris Antibodies. Acris Antibodies have been selling Proteintech products for a number of years in Germany… Continue Reading »


mRNA Methylation and the Circadian Clock: A New Role for an Old Modification

admin May 11, 2014

  Proteintech Guest Blogger Toryn Poolman, a circadian researcher based at the University of Manchester, talks us through one of the latest discoveries in the world of circadian biology. The paper appeared in the journal Nature and featured several Proteintech antibodies… espite my current postdoc position in the field of circadian biology, believe it or… Continue Reading »


AMPA Receptor Trafficking Shapes the Synapse

admin October 23, 2013

  By Simon Hackett Retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) are neurons located near the ganglionic cell layer of the retina. These cells receive impulses from photoreceptor cells via bipolar and amacrine cells mediated by AMPA-class glutamate receptors (AMPA receptors). Two types of these receptors exist: receptors lacking GluA2 subunits, permeable to calcium ions, and those with a… Continue Reading »


Is a Treatment for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Within Grasp?

admin October 18, 2013

  by Deborah Grainger Last week our attention was turned to an article on the BBC News website, which hails one of the biggest discoveries in neurodegenerative disease research of 2013: scientists based at the University of Leicester, UK, may have found a way of stopping neurodegeneration in its tracks. It could mean that an effective treatment… Continue Reading »


TDP-43 Antibody Recommended for “Gold Standard” FTLD Diagnosis

admin May 28, 2013

Proteintech’s TDP-43 antibody (10782-2-AP) is applied in wide range of research into neurodegenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Since its involvement in the identification of TDP-43 as the “mystery” ubiquitinated protein aggregate in a proportion of FTD and ALS cases (Neumann et al. Science 2006), this… Continue Reading »


PD-1 Blockade: Priming the Immune System to Combat Cancer

admin April 19, 2013

  The immune system’s role in cancer was a recurring topic at this year’s American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting. From the outset of the conference, talks and poster presentations detailing how the immune response can be primed to combat cancer seemed ubiquitous; a reflection of the progress made in the field of… Continue Reading »


New Antibody Search Engine: CiteAb

admin March 18, 2013

Proteintech is working with a new antibody search engine called CiteAb to ensure antibodies are easy to find and that researchers can quickly see where they have been cited in the past. CiteAb lists over 800,000 antibodies from 50 companies, along with the publications that cite them. CiteAb is the world’s largest independent citation-ranked antibody… Continue Reading »


Antibody Comparison Sites: How to Find Your Perfect Antibody Faster

admin January 18, 2013

Antibodies are indispensable biomedical research tools underpinning an ever-increasing number of bioassays. As such, it is hard to find a life science publication lacking any antibody-based technique in the present literature. A wealth of biotechnology companies exist to provide these essential laboratory resources in pre-made form (reducing costs and acquisition times significantly). From hundreds of smaller vendors… Continue Reading »


ASCB 2012 mini-symposium review: “Cell Biology of Neurodegeneration”

admin January 4, 2013

This year, we asked Dr. Lori Silverman, a Research Associate at the Department of Physiology, University of Toronto, to write a guest report for us on what happened at ASCB 2012. Lori has attended the meeting for a number of years and is a regular contributor to their annual Newsletter. Mini-symposium “Cell Biology of Neurodegeneration”… Continue Reading »

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