We pride ourselves on our partnerships with many different institutes and organisations worldwide. This is because it is these partnerships that allows us to offer you such a vast range of novel and diverse reagents. Here are some examples of the unique reagents you can access through our portfolio.
Kinase Chemogenomic Set (KCGS)
The Kinase Chemogenomic Set (KCGS) is a collection of a narrow spectrum of small molecule kinase inhibitors, that has been assembled by the SGC-UNC to study the biology of dark kinases. Dark kinases are those kinases which are understudied due to the difficulty in detecting them, have little biological information and whose medical potential is untested. KCGS is unparalleled in the study of dark kinases within the human genome, and the discovery of new molecular targets for drug discovery. Discover more about this collection.
Having the right approach to identify and track specific markers within your research, can save hours of valuable research time. Fluorescent probes can be directed at virtually any marker, with agents available to target specific organelles, proteins, lipids and macromolecules. Having specific markers can help you visualise and quantify multiple dynamic processes in live cells. Our portfolio contains fluorescent probes that target peroxisomes, the endoplasmic reticulum and lipids. Explore our full range of fluorescent probes.
Following on from monoclonal antibodies, recombinant antibodies are rapidly expanding in popularity. Providing benefits in flexibility and reproducibility, they are increasingly being used in a wide variety of core life science research areas. Discover how recombinant antibodies differ from monoclonal antibodies or view the recombinant antibody collection within our portfolio.
Antibodies manufactured in plants
There has been a growth in the production of antibodies in non-mammalian production systems. One area of expansion has been in using plant-hosts to create antibodies with advantages in set up time, reduced contamination risk and scalability. Investigate the range of plant-produced antibodies on our portfolio.
Having access to a wide variety of cell lines can be beneficial when trying to find the perfect research tool for your experiment. Our portfolio includes cell lines from thelaboratories of Nobel Prize winner, Sir Peter Ratcliffe, Charles Janeway, the father of Innate Immunity, and industry leaders such as Prof. Peter Beverley and Prof. Irene Leigh. Explore thefull collection on our portfolio