Santa Cruz Biotechnology is a provider of numerous groups of reagents that are suitable for numerous types of research projects. The company’s suite of research products include primary antibodies, secondary antibodies, proteins, tissue extracts and cell lysates, and veterinary research antibodies.
One group of primary antibodies that Santa Cruz Biotech produces is directed for a variety of both non-mammalian and mammalian protein targets. These antibodies are available in numerous functional groups that include cell cycle proteins, homeodomain proteins, steroid receptors, neurobiology, channel proteins, fusion protein tags, cell adhesion proteins, kinases and phosphatases, and signaling intermediates.
Santa Cruz Biotech offers a group of phospo-specific antibodies. These antibodies are explicitly or threonine, serine, phosphorylated amino acids tyrosine. They are also specific to a variety of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies that are for phosphorylated proteins. The phosphor-specific antibodies that Santa Cruz Biotech develops are suitable for identifying whether numerous proteins are phosphorylated as a result of interacting with agents.
Santa Cruz Biotechnology develops numerous antibodies that researchers can use for immunofluorescense microscopy and flow cytometry. These primary and secondary antibodies are offered as conjugates with various flurochromes. These include allophycocyanin (APC), Texas Red (TR), phycoerythrin (PE), tetramethylrhodamineisothiocyanate (TRITC), Alexa Fluor® 647, APC-Cy7, Alexa Fluor ® 405, and Alexa Fluor® 488.
The Santa Cruz Biotechnology antibodies that are suitable for veterinary research include both monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies. These antibodies are directed to a wide variety of both non-mammalian and mammalian protein targets. Many of the antibodies in this group are reactive to avian, porcine, bovine, canine, and equine—species that are important or veterinary research. Examples of the equine antibodies include cell cycle proteins, fusion protein tags, lymphocyte signaling, structural proteins, membrane receptors, homeodomain proteins, and cell adhesion proteins. The canine antibodies include many of those for the equine. Examples of the canine antibodies include channel proteins, kinases and phosphatases, and growth factors and hormones. The bovine antibodies include tumor suppressors and apoptosis, neurobiology, small molecules, and transcription regulators. The porcine and avian antibodies contain antibody products that include the previously listed products.
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