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Antibodies to GPCRs, kinases and other cell signaling proteins


From: LifeSpan Science Team
Subject: Antibodies to GPCRs, kinases and other cell signaling proteins
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 03:09:17 -0700

LifeSpan BioSciences offers Immunohistochemistry (IHC) services with proprietary IHC-validated antibodies and difficult-to-obtain tissues, a team of Board-Certified Pathologists with expertise in human and non-human tissue analysis, and high-quality protein localization reagents and instruments.

IHC-Validated Antibodies

More than 800 antibodies to G protein-coupled receptors, nuclear receptors, protein kinases, and protein phosphatases available for sale or use in Contract Research Services.  Custom production of highly specific antibodies, affinity-purified and characterized for use in IHC using positive and negative control human tissues.

Tissue Bank

More than 2 million normal and diseased human tissues for use in contract studies.  Inventory includes formalin-fixed and frozen human and animal tissues, and high-quality normal and diseased human tissue arrays

Contract Molecular Pathology Services

Services include tissue preparation, antibody characterization, special and IHC staining, double labeling, pathology interpretation, and sample imaging.  Featuring GLP monoclonal antibody cross-reactivity testing for FDA submission.

_expression_ and Localization Data Archive

Online access to comprehensive informatics and immunohistochemistry profiles for more than 430 genes.  Each gene’s localization profile is studied across 75 normal and diseased human tissues, covering all major therapeutic areas.

Automated Imaging and Analysis Systems

Fully automated system includes a 300-slide capacity, single specimen and arrayed tissue mapping, and unparalleled image quality.  Custom analysis development is available in areas such as animal toxicology and cancer recognition.

A complete list of our antibodies and research services can be found at http://www.lsbio.com. Inquiries can be sent to address@hidden

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