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News from the UC Davis/NIH NeuroMab Facility

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). 

2019 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting Events:

Saturday October 19. 1:30pm to 4:00pm. Minisymposium Session 007. BRAIN Initiative: Cutting-Edge Tools and Resources for the Community. Presentation by NeuroMab Director James Trimmer: Renewable recombinant immunolabels developed and validated for BRAIN research.

Sunday October 20. Tools & Tech: A BRAIN Initiative Alliance Social. 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Hyatt Regency McCormick Place (Regency Ballroom CD). NeuroMab Director James Trimmer is a Featured Toolmaker. https://www.braininitiative.org/events/sfn-social/

Wednesday October 23. Poster Session 795. Anatomic Methods: Sample Preparation and Novel Probes. Recombinant miniaturized antibodies for studying brain structure and function.

Other news: 

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 "monoclonal antibody" and the clone number (e.g., monoclonal antibody K28/43).

NeuroMab hybridomas are now available from the MMRC. 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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