In February, researchers around the world cited ImmunoChemistry Technologies’ products in their publications. Explore our selection of February citations from 2017.
Liu YG, Chen JK, Zhang ZT, Ma XJ, Chen YC, Du XM, Liu H, Zong Y, Lu GC. NLRP3 inflammasome activation mediates radiation-induced pyroptosis in bone marrow-derived macrophages. Cell Death Dis. 2017. Full text.
“Released LDH in the cell culture supernatant was detected using LDH Cytotoxicity Assay Kit (Beyotime, Haimen, Jiangsu, China) and the activated Caspase-1 and PI were detected by FAM-FLICA Caspase-1 Assay Kit (ImmunoChemistry Technologies, Bloomington, MN).”
Branchu J, Boutry M, Sourd L, Depp M, Leone C, Corriger A, Vallucci M, Esteves T, Matusiak R, Dumont M, Muriel MP, Santorelli FM, Brice A, El Hachimi KH, Stevanin G, Darios F. Loss of spatacsin function alters lysosomal lipid clearance leading to upper and lower motor neuron degeneration. Neurobiol Dis. 2017. 102: 21-37. Abstract.
” Cathepsin B activity was determined with the Magic Red Cathepsin B Assay Kit, according to the manufacturer’s instructions (ImmunoChemistry Technologies).”
Schaaf K, Smith SR, Duverger A, Wagner F, Wolschendorf F, Westfall AO, Kutsch O, Sun J. Mycobacterium tuberculosis exploits the PPM1A signaling pathway to block host macrophage apoptosis. Sci Rep. 2017. 7: 42101. Full text.
“FAM FLICA (green) or FLICA™ 660 (far red) caspase-3/7 staining kits were used to stain for active caspase-3/7 in cells, and were used according to manufacturer’s protocol (ImmunoChemistry Technologies, Bloomington, MN).”