BioProbes 54
(October 2007)
Cover story:
How much time and effort would you save if one label worked for multiple detection methods? With TC-FlAsH™ TC-ReAsH™ tetracysteine (TC) reagents, you don't have to wonder anymore.

Articles in NEW TECHNOLOGIES describe our latest products, including Click-iT™ EdU cell proliferation assays for multiple platforms, new PLA1- and PLA2-specific substrates, and more.

Articles in PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS give you in-depth product information, including new data describing the use of quantum dots as replacements for tandem dyes in flow cytometry; quantitating site-specific protein phosphorylation using phosphoELISA™ assays; an overview of fluorescent calcium indicators for in vivo imaging of neuronal networks; and others.

And check out our DEPARTMENTS for the latest web tools and published papers, a first look at our newest products, articles written by our readers, and much more.

Download the entire BioProbes 54 publication (PDF, 2.69MB) or the individual sections below.

Table of Contents

PDF 20x20The TC-FlAsH™ TC-ReAsH™ protein detection choice:
  • See your protein, your way
PDF 20x20Improved results are just a click away:
  • Accurate cell proliferation data with Click-iT™ EdU
PDF 20x20Phospholipase activity detection from A to D:
  • New PLA1- and PLA2-specific substrates
PDF 20x20Quantum dots as replacements for tandem dyes in flow cytometry:
  • Efficient excitation using violet and UV lasers
PDF 20x20Mitochondria and cardiac disorders:
  • Antibodies against proteins in the oxidative phosphorylation system/a>
PDF 20x20Identifying Alzheimer's disease biomarkers from human brain tissue:
  • Antibody bead-based assays for the Luminex® xMAP® platform
PDF 20x20Measuring proteins in JAK-STAT signaling:
  • Quantitate site-specific protein phosphorylation using phosphoELISA™ assays
PDF 20x20Fluorescent calcium indicators for in vivo imaging of neuronal networks:
  • Images from deep within the nervous system
PDF 20x20O-GlcNAc: Hiding in plain sight:
  • An enigma of glycobiology
  • The use of Qdot® nanocrystals in flow cytometry
  • Ian Dimmick, Flow Cytometry Core Facility Manager, North East England Stem Cell Institute, Bioscience Centre, International Centre for Life, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Great Britain
  • New web tools and resources to further your research
  • Highlighting our newest products and technologies
  • How researchers are using Invitrogen™ cellular analysis reagents