Monkey Pancreas Tissue Slide

Monkey Pancreas Tissue Slide

Your search terms and filters produced no results.

Use the Blood and Tissue Products search tool above to find what you're looking for.

Suggested Products

  • X-CLARITY™ Electrophoretic Tissue Clearing System

    X-CLARITY™ Electrophoretic Tissue Clearing System

    The X-CLARITY™ Tissue Clearing System provides an all-in-one, easy-to-use solution for electrophoretic tissue clearing The X-CLARITY™ combines unique electrodes and an active cooling system to accelerate the removal of lipids in a highly efficient manner. Lipid bilayers are broken up through electrophoresis in the presence of ionic detergents, leaving behind a stable and transparent tissue-hydrogel hybrid that is chemically accessible for molecular phenotyping. The X-CLARITY™ dramatically ...
  • Gibco™ One Shot™ Fetal Bovine Serum 50 mL Bottle

    Gibco™ One Shot™ Fetal Bovine Serum 50 mL Bottle

    An easy-pour, easy-store, aliquot-free solution to minimize contamination and variability If you’re one of the more than 80% of researchers who aliquots their FBS into 50 mL conical tubes, your life is about to change for the better. The new Gibco™ One Shot™ FBS 50 mL bottle design eliminates the need to aliquot, and the variability that comes with it. And that improves your chances for consistent results. Features: Wide mouth, chamfered edge, and curved shape for easy pouring and pipetting ...
  • <<
  • >>

Recent Product Review

  • PLA2-IIa IHC Staining With Confidence

    PLA2-IIa IHC Staining With Confidence

    Our lab is interested in PLA2-IIa and its role as a anti-bacterial reagent. We wanted to test its levels in the oral epithelium (keratinocytes). We chose this antibody because it has been published by Pernet E et al. Pseudomonas aeruginosa eradicates Staphylococcus aureus by manipulating the host immunity. Nat Commun 5:5105 (2014).
  • ALDH1A3 Staining In Dedifferentiated Pancreas Tissue

    ALDH1A3 Staining In Dedifferentiated Pancreas Tissue

    Our lab focused on loss of beta cell identity. We aimed to determine whether the dedifferentiation marker Aldh1a3 is expressed in the our mouse model in which several beta cells have lost identity.