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3747 N. Meridian Road, PO Box 117
Rockford, IL 61105-0117
United States of America, Illinois
Toll free: 800-874-3723
Fax: 800-842-5007 or 815-968-7316
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ABR--Affinity BioReagents, now a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, has been a leading global supplier of high quality monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies and antibody production services for almost 20 years. ABR offers over 35,000 products for 43 different areas of research--and growing! All products are supported by a 100% Quality Guarantee. ABR—Affinity BioReagents also offers custom antibody services.
Research areas include: Ancillary Reagents, Angiogenesis, Apoptosis, Bioactive Peptide, Blood and Coagulation System, Cancer Biology, Cell Adhesion & Junction, Cell Cycle, Cellular Organelle/ Structure Markers, Chaperonin, Chromatin Modification, Co-Activator/Co-Repressor, Controls and Tags, Cytochrome P450, Cytokines, DNA Repair, G Protein-Coupled Receptors, Heat Shock Protein, Immunology, Immunophilins, Infectious Disease, Imflammation and Arthritis, Ion Transport/Regulation, Lipid & Fat Metabolism Regulation, Membrane Receptor, Muscle Biology, Neurobiology, Nitric Oxide Synthase, Nuclear Pore Complex, Phosphoprotein, Protein Trafficking, Proteolytic Processing, Signal Transduction, siRNA, Stem Cell Differentiation, Steroid Receptor, Steroids & Hormones & Growth Factors, Transcription Regulation, Ubiquitin/Proteasome, Viral & Bacterial, and Vision.
Last update of this entry: January 21, 2009
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