2021 is the 50th year for the Society for Neuroscience Meeting!SfN is excited to celebrate its 50th anniversary meeting with neuroscientists around the world at our most inclusive experience to date. Neuroscience 2021 offers opportunities to participate virtually and in Chicago. McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago November 13 - November 16, 2021 Booths 454, 456, and 457
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ImmunoChemistry Technologies will be joining all of our sister companies for the first time! Come by to learn about our vast array of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies, assays, reagents, and proteins that will power your research!
For over fifty years, the people of Antibodies Incorporated have dedicated themselves to supporting the life-enhancing, breakthrough work of scientists everywhere. Antibodies Inc is the exclusive provider of NeuroMab antibodies.
Aves Labs specializes in the development of chicken polyclonal antibodies. They have pioneered novel algorithms for finding highly-immunogenic peptide sequences within proteins, developed novel affinity purification methods specific for chicken antibodies, and developed a host of other useful reagents, such as BlokHen® blocking reagent and PrecipHen® immunoprecipitation reagent.
PhosphoSolutions, was founded in 2001 by Drs. Michael D. Browning, John W. Haycock, and Andrew J. Czernik, who all worked together in the laboratory of Dr. Paul Greengard. Dr. Greengard was a co-recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on the role of protein phosphorylation in signal transduction in the nervous system. Their expertise led to the development of a portfolio of over 300 antibodies — including 125 phospho-specific antibodies — focused primarily in the neuroscience field. PhosphoSolutions also offers custom services using their expertise in phospho-specific antibody development to researchers. ICT was founded in 1994 as a contract lab providing custom immunoassay services and a proprietary line of ELISA reagents. Shortly thereafter ICT expanded its product line to include a variety of fluorescent probes useful for determination of cell viability and investigating mechanisms of cell death. Today, ICT is well-known in the biotech industry and its products are used worldwide by researchers to probe mechanisms of cell death, perform immunoassays, and advance scientific understanding. We are so excited to be back in-person at SfN. We look forward to meeting you and learning about your research. Register Here