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Browse our useful collection of posters, booklets, pathways and diagrams which have been designed to support researchers who use antibodies. Latest additions include the popular mouse and human immune cell lineage and antigen expression posters and booklets which simplify marker selection. We have also expanded our cancer research resources to include "SnapShot from Cell Press" posters covering aspects of both clinical and basic cancer research. New resources are added regularly to this page.
How Bio-Rad makes antibodies that recognize drug-target complexes using the HuCAL® library and in vitro guided selection.
The suitability of HuCAL recombinant custom monoclonal antibodies for pharmacokinetic (PK) assays and immune response (IR) assays.
HuCAL technology used to develop anti-hIL-6 for sandwich ELISA antibody pair resulting in highly sensitive assay.
A poster of the 13 regulated cell death mechanisms resulting in the loss of cellular integrity, crucial in organism development, tissue homeostasis and host defence.
Find the facts about immune cell specific markers and antibodies using murine lineage and cell expression pattern posters, guides and online database.
Find the facts about immune cell specific markers and antibodies using human lineage and cell expression pattern posters, guides and online database.
The “Snapshot: Acute Myeloid Leukemia” poster provides an overview of AML risk stratifications, frequency and types of genetic alterations, as well as current therapies.
The “Snapshot: Melanoma” poster covers the most common genetic mutations resulting in the development of melanomas and highlights the progression from an aberrant melanocyte to a metastatic melanoma.
The “Snapshot: Mitochondrial Dynamics” poster provides an overview of the mitochondrial fusion-division cycle and the fusion machinery as well as the division machinery.
How Bio-Rad applies industry recommended standards to characterize recombinant monoclonal anti-idiotypic antibodies for PK and ADA assays.
This poster aims to help you plan your experiment by going through the key steps you need to consider before you start. It also includes information on staining protocols and useful tips to optimize your staining.
Biomarker expression charts for cattle, dog, swine, and chicken to help you define veterinary immune cell populations.
Poster featuring common fluorophores suitable for flow cytometry with optimal laser excitation, maximal excitation and emission spectra, relative brightness and panel building advice.
An infographic highlighting the key facts about Ebola outbreaks and a summary of research in progress which aims to prevent future outbreaks (Adapted from source: World Health Organization (WHO) ).
A high resolution PDF of the Notch signaling pathway.
A diagram showing the life cycle and stages of Cryptosporidium parvum infections.
A diagram showing the antibodies and antigens we sell for Adenovirus research.
The extrinsic and intrinsic apoptosis pathways play a critical role in removing mutated or damaged cells.