Sunday, January 24, 2016

More and More OR Pubs

Potent, Proven and Frequently Published

Many labs have used our Opioid Receptor antibodies over the past 10+ years. We are grateful for the many publications and testimonals referencing successful use of these antibodies.

Here's a sampling of more recent publications: Wendy M. Walwyn, Wenling Chen, Hyeyoung Kim, Ani Minasyan, Helena S. Ennes, James A. McRoberts, and Juan Carlos G. Marvizón. Sustained Suppression of Hyperalgesia during Latent Sensitization by μ-, δ-, and κ-opioid receptors and α2A Adrenergic Receptors: Role of Constitutive Activity. The Journal of Neuroscience, 6 January 2016, 36(1): 204-221; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1751-15.2016
...probed with antibodies to MOR (RA10104; Neuromics), p-Ser375-MOR (pMOR, RA18001; Neuromics) and p-Tyr416-Src family kinase (pSFK...serine-phosphorylated MOR (p-Ser375-MOR, RA18001; Neuromics) and a different MOR antibody (RA10104...
Jan Fraessdorf, Markus W. Hollmann , Iris Hanschmann, André Heinen, Nina C. Weber, Benedikt Preckel, Ragnar Huhn. Role of Endogenous Opioid System in Ischemic-Induced Late Preconditioning. Published: July 30, 2015DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0134283.
...Antibodies for μ-OR and δ-OR were purchased from Neuromics (Minneapolis, USA)...
Ying-Biao Chen, Fen-Sheng Huang, Ban Fen, Jun-Bin Yin, Wei Wang and Yun-Qing L nhibitory effects of endomorphin-2 on excitatory synaptic transmission and the neuronal excitability of sacral parasympathetic preganglionic neurons in young rat. Journal Name: Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, ISSN: 1662-5102, Article type: Original Research Article,Received on: 02 Apr 2015, Accepted on: 12 May 2015, Provisional PDF published on: 12 May 2015.
... guinea pig antiserum against MOR (1:1000, GP10106, Neuromics, Edina, Minnesota, USA)...
Sherika N. Smith, Candler Paige, Kandy T. Velazquez, Terika P. Smith, Srinivasa N. Raja, Steven P. Wilson, Sarah M. Sweitzer. Injury-specific promoters enhance herpes simplex virus mediated gene therapy for treating neuropathic pain in rodents. doi:10.1016/j.jpain.2014.12.007
...: MOR (Neuromics, RA10104, 1:1000)...

Figure: MOR in primary sensory neuron and its terminals were decreased in neuropathic mice. (A, B) Western blot shows that MOR protein were markedly decreased in sciatic nerve (A) and hindpaw skin (B) on day 7 after nerve injury when compared with sham-operated mice. The ratio of MOR/GAPDH in sham mice was set at 1 for quantifications. Zhou et al. Molecular Pain 2014, 10:51

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