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Modulator  
   
  • The Modulator magazine is dedicated to ion channel research. In every issue we present our readers with articles written by our staff. Each article focuses on recent studies describing the use of our ion channel related research products.

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GPCR Pathways  
   
  • The GPCR Pathways magazine focuses on cell signaling pathways mainly triggered via the activation of G-protein coupled receptors. In every issue we present our readers with articles written by our staff. Each article focuses on recent studies describing the use of our GPCR and cell signaling related research products.

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Neurotrophin Pathways  
   
  • The Neurotrophin Pathways magazine focuses on neurotrophic factors and their receptors. In every issue we present our readers with articles written by our staff. Each article focuses on recent studies describing the use of our neurotrophic factor and receptor related research products.

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Alomone Labs: Twenty Years of Ion Channel Activity The Brains on Adenosine Receptors
Alon Meir, Ph.D., CSO & R&D Manager Melanie Grably, Ph.D., Scientific Editor, Marketing Division
Alomone Labs was established in 1989, and has since grown to be a leading company specialized in the field of ion channel research tools. The activities of Alomone Labs include the generation of novel and specific ion channel, GPCR and neurotrophic factor antibodies as well as the recombinant production of proteins,
Adenosine is a small ubiquitous molecule known for its role as an energy and genetic code building block. Adenosine also serves as a ligand for Adenosine receptors, members of the G-protein coupled receptor superfamily and is involved in many physiological processes including regulation of sleep and the level of arousal,

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