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Agrisera Antibodies in 10 000 most cited antibodies in the world

Agrisera Antibodies have been used in thousands of publications, over many years, since they first became available to the scientific community. Our catalog started with the photosynthetic antibody collection, over 20 years ago, which contains the most published photosynthetic antibodies in the world. The Agrisera Rubisco antibody, reactive to Rubisco Large Subunit from thousands of various species, has the largest publication record of all available antibodies to this most abundant enzyme on Earth. 

Based on publication records, we received the award "Plant Science Antibody Supplier of the year", which we are very proud of. 

If you would like to check scientific publications with Agrisera antibodies, the updated overview can be found here.

 Plant Science Antibody Supplier of the Year 2019

Read more 2021-02-24

Agrisera entered the collaboration with the Danforth Plant Science Centre

Recently Agrisera entered a collaboration with Dr. Kirk Czymmek from the Advanced Bioimaging Laboratory at the Danforth Plant Science Center and projects from the labs of Elizabeth Kellogg, Blake Meyers and Mao Li, with key contributions from Yunqing Yu and Sébastien Bélanger.

Agrisera Antibodies will be applied on a flexible pipeline for multiscale 3D tissue arrays using multiplex microscopy, compatible with probing numerous key cellular components/pathways across tissues for correlated light, super-resolution and electron microscopy on the same sample.

This work will provide versatile protocols, validated probing strategies and tools for manual and automated 2D/3D multiplex imaging of biomolecular pathways and/or other biologically relevant phenomena optimized for the plant science community.
The image shows abscission zone of the inflorescence in Setaria sp.

Read more 2021-02-19

Do you know where exactly Agrisera is located?

Agrisera Winter 2021

Did you know that Agrisera is located even further north than Anchorage, Alaska and 3000 km from the North Pole?

Yes, this is correct. The temperatures in the winter can drop below -20ºC (good for storing antibodies!) and there can be days when we will receive over 50 cm of snow. Like this winter. In spite of slightly extreme conditions, we continue to work, produce and purify antibodies. The shipment of our antibodies worldwide also continues as normal, to support research efforts in plant science and other areas.

We pride ourselves in being, as our customers describe it: fast, cooperative and efficient!
Read more 2021-02-12
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