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  1. Rising ImmunoStar – Neuroscience specialists

    ImmunoStar are based in Hudson, Wisconsin, USA and have a main focus in neuroscience. They are launching 5 new antibodies and will give free samples to the first ten people who mention this blog.

  2. Neuroscience Specialists: MAb Technologies

    MAb Technologies are based in Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA and primarily make antibodies which are useful for neuroscience, for example transporters and receptors.

  3. Newmarket Scientific: Plants, Brains and Secondary Antibodies

    Newmarket Scientific are based in Suffolk, UK and supply antibodies from a number of companies with a particular focus on Plant research (Agrisera), Neuroscience (Immunostar) and Cancer Research (Monojo). Rick Bhatt (Newmarket Scientific Technical Team) is also proud of their secondary antibodies and offers a 100% guarantee on all antibodies.

  4. The Zebrafish International Resource Center (ZIRC)

    ZIRC is the central repository for wild-type, transgenic, and mutant strains of zebrafish (Danio rerio) and for some materials and information about zebrafish research.

  5. Want us to highlight your company?

    We are gradually writing highlight pieces about antibody companies that have provided us with data. If we have not got to you yet and you would like us to highlight your company then please get in touch. We are also happy to highlight scientific conferences, websites and news items which are likely to be of interest to CiteAb users.

  6. Need a E2F7 antibody? Take a look at AntibodyBcn

    CiteAb have added a new antibody supplier AntibodyBcn. They are based in Barcelona and focus on supplying antibodies that are made by researchers and already used in publications.

  7. Almost time to launch!

    We’re delighted to announce that CiteAb is nearing the end of the Beta phase and is close to launch.

  8. Green Revolution? You need Agrisera

    CiteAb now lists antibodies from Agrisera which have a large collection of antibodies for plant and algal research. http://www.citeab.co.uk/search?c=58