BIO International Convention 2017

We’ll be exhibiting in the NIH Innovation Zone at BIO. Stop by our kiosk in booth #5607 to check out the latest and greatest  live cell fluorescent indicators for cell signaling and get our recommendation for the best San Diego taco spot!

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Our cADDis cAMP Sensor- A New Handle on Cilia Signaling

Read about the latest scientific breakthrough made possible with cADDis, one of our genetically-encoded fluorescent biosensors.  Our  sensors indicate changes in cell signals with changes in fluorescence intensity and provide a window into the hidden machinery of the living cell.
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Introducing cADDis: The brightest live cell assay in the world for measuring cAMP.

Make biological measurements of Gs & Gi in real time in the living cells of your choice. Save time & money with a simple, robust assay that can be detected on any fluorescence platereader or microscope. Easy steps, low cost of entry, unprecedented signal to noise.

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Our live cell assays play a key role in diabetes research

Oxford University researchers recently published new findings about the mechanism that mediates insulin secretion in pancreatic β cells.
Try our assays now. Make discoveries.

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ArcLight Voltage Sensor

A  genetically-encoded, fluorescent voltage sensing protein in a BacMam viral delivery system is a noninvasive, easy-to-use tool for studying the electrical activity of live neurons.

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Simultaneous Detection of Multiple Signals in Living Cells

Imagine a GPCR assay that can monitor multiple second messengers in real time. Get pathway specificity with simultaneous readouts of  multiple second messengers.

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Robust Fluorescent Live-Cell Assays

 

Check out our paper in Journal of Biomolecular Screening.

 

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