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Customer feedback about Agrisera products

Customer feedback about Agrisera products in 2019

From the customer feedback which we receive every week, we have chosen some to share with you.
We are very proud that we can serve scientific community and speed up your research on all pressing questions! 
Read more 2020-01-29

Agrisera Best Poster Prize awarded during UCMR Day in Ume

Agrisera Best Poster Prize during UCMR Day in Umeå

Our warm congratulations to Dr. Anita Kiss from Department of Chemistry, Umeå University, who received the Agrisera Best Poster Prize for her poster: "Novel ring-fused 2-pyridones to battle Listeria monocytogenes bacterial infections" at the Umeå Center for Microbial Research Day held on 23.01 in Umeå, Sweden.
In the above photo: Dr. Anita Kiss (right) and Dr. Teresa Frisan, one of the organizers (left).

Awaiting your free antibody choice!

The Agrisera collection to bacterial proteins can be found here.
Read more 2020-01-27

Is an antibody not specific or Western blot protocol is not optimized?

Is an antibody not specific or Western blot protocol not optimized?

Courtesy of Dr. Lea Vojta and Dr. Hrvoje Fulgosi, Laboratory for Molecular Plant Biology and Biotechnology, Division of Molecular Biology, Institute Ruđer Bošković, Croatia.

Antibody: TROL | Thylakoid rhodanese-like protein, AS19 4257.

Western blot protocol before optimization
Protein load/well: 20 µg
Blocking: 5 % milk
Primary antibody: 1: 2000 ON/4ºC
Secondary antibody: 1: 50 000 1h/RT

Western blot protocol after optimization
Protein load/well: 2 µg
Blocking: 5 % milk
Primary antibody: 1: 2000 ON/4ºC
Secondary antibody: 1: 50 000 1h/RT

Visible improvement was achieved with decreased protein load/well (10x).

In a need to optimize your western blot protocol?
Request a copy of the Agrisera Western blot trouble shooting brochure, or send your inquiry directly to [email protected].


Read more 2020-01-20

One year of The Global Plant Events Calendar

Word Cloud for The Global Plant Events Calendar

We are celebrating the 1-year anniversary of the Global Plant Events Calendar!

The Global calendar project was initiated on January 2nd, 2019 as a mutual effort of Plantae and Agrisera to provide the plant community with a comprehensive list of worldwide events.

We hope that the calendar will provide a quick overview of plant meetings, conferences and congresses, to help you decide and plan which conference to attend. The calendar will also help promote a meeting, should you be organizing one. The calendar widget can easily be loaded on the conference website. 

The Global Plant Events Calendar has already collected over 200 events! There are over 72 events registered for this year and even two events for 2021. We are looking forward to new conferences to be signed in and hope that we can cover most plant meetings taking place in the world.

Not familiar with the calendar yet? This short video will show you how to use it.
Read more 2020-01-19

19 Agrisera Awards handed out in 2019

Agrisera Best Talk and Best Poster prize 2019

In 2019 Agrisera contributed to conferences held world-wide though The Best Talk and The Best Poster awards, which were handed out during 19 meetings. Awardees received a diploma and could chose any product from Agrisera catalog, which is provided free of charge. 

Researchers from following countries received 2019 awards: Germany, France, Japan, Poland, Sweden, Switzeralnd. More information about it can be found on Agrisera blog and twitter

The Global Plant Events Calendar provides a comprehensive overwiev on world-wide plant conferences and listed over 155 events for 2019.
In January 2020 the calendar, which is initiative of Agrisera and ASPB/Plantae is celebrating one year.
Read more 2020-01-16
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