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News from the UC Davis/NIH NeuroMab Facility

NeuroMab Facility Director Jim Trimmer will speak in Abcam’s Reproducible Science Week webinar series. Jim will present a talk on June 3rd in this webinar series focused on reproducibility in science, with a particular focus on antibody-based research. See details here

The sequences of the heavy and light chain variable domains of most NeuroMabs are now available on the NeuroMabSeq website here.  These sequences were obtained by high-throughput sequencing of hybridoma-derived RNA as funded by BRAIN Initiative award NIH U24 NS109113.

Monoclonal antibodies generated at the UC Davis/NIH NeuroMab Facility are available from numerous sources at many different price points. Please search online for distributors of specific monoclonal antibodies using the term "antibody" and the clone number (e.g., "antibody K28/43").

NeuroMab hybridomas are now available from the MMRRC. Search their catalog here.

February 15, 2019. Recombinant NeuroMab paper published in eLifePubMed

November 29, 2018. The first set of plasmids encoding recombinant NeuroMabs has been made available through Addgene. Additional recombinant monoclonal antibody plasmids are being added to the Addgene collection on a regular basis.

October 25, 2018. Perspectives paper on antibody validation published in New Biotechnology. PubMed.

December 8, 2015.  A new section listing NeuroMabs validated for Array Tomography has been added. Validation was performed in part under the auspices of NIH award R01 NS092474 "Synaptomes of Mouse and Man", PI Stephen J. Smith.      

May 11, 2015.  A "Human Gene Name" column has been added to the list of available NeuroMabs to facilitate NeuroMab searches for those who study human genetics.

 

New NeuroMabs (482 total):

July 19, 2019.  Two new NeuroMabs have been added to the collection (by Target and NeuroMab clone number): Tiam1 (L130/1) and TRPC6 (N490/24).

June 19, 2019.  Two new NeuroMabs have been added to the collection (by Target and NeuroMab clone number): Tmem119 (L128/43) and Neurabin-1/Ppp1r9a (L129/96).

June 7, 2019.  Two new NeuroMabs have been added to the collection (by Target and NeuroMab clone number): Neurabin-1/Ppp1r9a (L129/93) and c-Fos (N486/76). 

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