Alomone Labs has developed two innovative platforms for studying protein-protein interaction and/or protein co-localization in complex immunostaining or immunoprecipitation protocols:
ATTO-Conjugated Antibodies: These antibodies can be used in immunohistochemistry (IHC) and immunocytochemistry (ICC) with same species antibodies.
Save time and resources with ONE antibody.
Benefits of immunostaining with ATTO-conjugated antibodies:
✓ Direct immuno-fluorescence
✓ Secondary antibodies are not necessary
✓ Ideal for immuno-colocalization with same species/host antibodies
Guinea Pig-Raised Antibodies: Antibodies raised in guinea pig can be used with any non-guinea pig second species antibodies (e.g. antibodies raised in mouse, rabbit, goat, etc.) in complex immunostaining or immunoprecipitation protocols. Our line of guinea pig raised antibodies can be combined with any of our rabbit-raised or ATTO-conjugated antibodies in complex immunostaining protocols.
Inwardly rectifying K+ (Kir) channels have diverse physiological functions depending on their type and their location. To date, 15 Kir subunit genes have been identified and classified into seven subfamilies (Kir1 to Kir7). These subfamilies can be categorized into four functional groups: 1) classical Kir channels (Kir2.x), 2) G-protein gated Kir channels (Kir3.x), 3) ATP-sensitive K+ channels (Kir6.x), and 4) K+-transport channels (Kir1.x, Kir4.x, Kir5.x, and Kir7.x).