- ASIC/ENaC/Degenerin Family (16)
- Ca2+ Activated K+ Channels (9)
- Ligand-Gated Ion Channels (42)
- GABA(A) Receptors (8)
- Glutamate Receptors (34)
- TRP Channels (16)
Extracellular antibodies are ideal research tools for cell-surface proteins.
No permeabilization/fixation because using extracellular antibodies allows you to work with live cells!
Benefits of live cell imaging:
✓ Monitor cell movement
✓ Study protein transport across the cell
✓ Investigate protein internalization
Ca2+ can influence various cellular outcomes by either entering the cell from the extracellular milieu or by being released from intracellular stores, such as the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). Ca2+ release from the ER is influenced by a number of factors like the activation of G-protein coupled receptors and receptor tyrosine kinases which activate downstream pathways leading to Ca2+ release. There are also membrane proteins located on the ER membrane which are known to influence Ca2+ release. Such proteins include IP3R, ryanodine receptors (RyRs) and various pumps. Many compounds can either promote or inhibit Ca2+ release from the ER. Alomone Labs is pleased to offer various small molecules and peptides known to modulate Ca2+ release from intracellular stores.