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Most published Arabidopsis antibodies in the world

Agrisera Antibodies for Arabidopsis Research are most published antibodies for research on Arabidopsis thaliana, based on publication records. 

This antibody collection has been available to the scientific community since 2000, and Agrisera is continuously adding new antibodies, often developed in collaboration with various research groups worldwide. We offer a complex solution: validated primary antibodies, matching secondary antibody of high titer and outstanding chemiluminescencent and chromogenic detection reagents.

This year, we are going to attend the International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR2021) and you are most welcome to come by Agrisera's virtual booth, schedule a talk or send us a message! 
Introduction to Agrisera Arabidopsis Antibody Collection
Read more 2021-05-28

Agrisera antibody used to evaluate Nanoalgosomes

Microalgae can be used to produce a novel, membranous, biogenic nanomaterial - Nanoalgosomes. 

Nanoalgosomes can be utilized as a new natural delivery system for a range of high-value microalgal substances, such as antioxidants, pigments, lipids, complex carbohydrates, bioactive biological molecules (e.g., proteins, miRNA, siRNA, mRNA, lncRNA, peptides) and/or synthetic drugs. 

Agrisera anti-H+ATPase antibodies, a marker of the plasma membrane, were used to characterize Nanoalgosomes, which has been experimentally demonstrated in a recent publication by Adamo et al. "Nanoalgosomes: Introducing extracellular vesicles produced by microalgae", J Extracell Vesicles. 2021 Apr; 10(6): e12081.

 Algal cells
Read more 2021-05-04
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