Hello from Marco from Paris who received a tebu-bio Travel Grant

Here are some photos sent by one of our June Travel Grants Winners !

He is just back from the ISANH Antioxidants World Congress 2015 at the Pasteur Institute. Marco Feligioni

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Hello from Krisztina in Milan, a Research Travel Grant winner!

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Here are some photos sent by one of our April Travel Grants Winners !

She is just back from the 39th Annual Meeting of the European Working Group on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology in conjunction with the EHRA Europace-Cardiostim Congress in Milan.

 

 

 

 

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Facebook Summer Quizz from June 29th to July 5th 2015!

tebu-bio may have been around in Life Sciences for over 60 years, but we’re a young-minded company. Every day, we seek to innovate and meet our customer’s needs… YOUR needs! Finding new products, new techniques is great but it’s essential to share them with you. How well do you know our company….? 

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A new photo sent by one of our Travel Grants winners!

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Here is a photo sent by Francesca who is back from the AACR meeting  in Pennsylvania.

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Flow cytometry intracellular staining

Intracellular Flow Cytometry enables the identification and analysis of signaling and functional markers within cells from samples containing heterogeneous cell populations. Many cell types can be thus identified through their intracellular Flow Cytometry patterns and key intracellular signaling pathways and their respective post-translational modifications can be conveniently analysed. Behind these unique performances, Intracellular Flow Cytometry require anyhow optimized immunoreagents for cell permeabilization, intracellular staining and fluorescent detection. [Read more…]

Hello from tebu-bio Travel Grant winner Suvi!

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Here is a photo sent by one of tebu-bio’s Travel Grants Winners in February!

She is just back from the 13th Cancer Immunotherapy Meeting in Mainz, Germany.

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Put the odds in your favour for your STED microsopy images

Stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy is an accurate process allowing super resolutive cell imaging. STED microscopy overcomes the limits of standard confocal laser scanning microscopes. In 2014, Stefan W. Hell was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, along with Eric Betzig and William Moerner (USA) for the development of this breakthrough technique. STED offers exceptional experimental conditions for visualization of cellular events at unprecedented levels. These levels can only be reached with high quality reagents. Here, let’s review some top quality research antibodies and fluorochromes validated for STED applications, and browse a gallery with outstanding cell images.

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Expand your research with the Caveolin-1 antibody!

caveolin1Caveolin-1 is one of three caveolin isoforms (the others being Caveolin-2 and Caveolin-3) which constitute a family of integral membrane proteins directly involved in the structure and function of caveolae. Though these proteins are known to be crucial signaling scaffolds, there is growing interest in their caveolae-independent activities. [Read more…]

6 popular exosome antibodies !

The Exosome is a protein complex able to degrade the various types of RNA molecules. It can be found in eukaryotes and archaea cells.

Exosomes can be formed by all cell types and in particular lymphocytes, platelets, mast cells, dendritic cells, stem cells, astrocytes or tumor cells.

Exosomes play important roles in coagulation, waste management, and intercellular signaling. They are also used for clinical applications such as therapy, prognosis, and markers for disease. Exosomal marker antibodies detect proteins specific to the exosomes. They can help with the study of the morphology and dynamics of the exosome. A second task for this kind of antibodies is to elucidate the roles a protein may play in a number of tasks that are centered in or influenced by the exosome.

Here are 6 popular antibodies used by researchers!

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Focus on the Calcineurin-NFAT Pathway…

A few weeks ago, I received an email from one of our blog readers. Following my post about the Autophagy pathway, she asked me for the same kind of post about the Calcineurin-NFAT Pathway (Cn-NFAT). With my colleague, Ana (thank you!), we did some research about this pathway and this post is the result. We hope it will help you!

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