BIO International Convention 2017

The largest, most influential biotech Convention in the world is coming to San Diego, June 19-22, 2017. Montana Molecular will be there in the NIH Innovation Zone showcasing our best and brightest live cell assays. “NIH strongly believes in supporting innovative and...

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Experimental Biology 2017

A few of our esteemed colleagues will be discussing their work with our cADDis sensor at Experimental Biology in Chicago. Attending the meeting? Check out these presentations!  Oral Session: cAMP Signaling Compartment: Adenylyl Cyclases as the Anchors....

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Biophysical Society 61st Annual Meeting

If you will be attending the Biophysical Society's Annual Meeting, don't miss our presentation: Membrane Biophysics Subgroup 2017 Symposium Saturday, February 11, 2017 Room R02/03 Visualizing the competition between Gs and Gi signaling at the membrane Thomas Hughes,...

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SLAS 2017

Dreaming of a live cell assay that is easy to use in any cell type? Realize your dream at SLAS 2017 TUTORIAL Real Time Detection of G-Protein Coupled Receptors in Living Cells Hosted by BMG LABTECH Presented by: Dr. EJ Dell BMG LABTECH, Anne Marie Quinn & Shane...

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Measuring dynamic and real-time cAMP levels

Measuring dynamic and real-time cAMP levels using cADDis Paul Tewson, Scott Martinka, Catherine Berlot, Thom Hughes, Anne Marie Quinn & Shane Tillo Real-Time cAMP Detection Here, we introduce a new fluorescent cAMP sensor, cADDis, capable of detecting dynamic...

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ASCB 2016

We are showcasing our newest and brightest live cell fluorescent indicators for cell signaling at ASCB 2016. Happening at ASCB 2016 Annual Meeting: Theater 2 Tech Talk: Monday Dec. 5, 8:30 - 8:45am “Measuring dynamic cAMP levels with improved sensitivity using cADDis,...

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cADDis – A New Handle on Cilia Signaling

The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published another new scientific breakthrough made possible with our cADDis fluorescent biosensors. Montana Molecular’s genetically-encoded fluorescent biosensors are designed to 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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BIO International Convention 2016

Wednesday June 8, 2016 11:30 am, Room 3 We will also be hosting a kiosk in the NSF/NIH Sponsored Innovation Zone (Look for the Moose!) The more we learn about the mechanisms of drug activity, the more we realize that these mechanisms are far more nuanced than ever...

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