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  August 22, 2017
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Cell Sciences

65 Parker St, Unit 11
Newburyport
United States of America, Massachusetts
Toll free: 888 769-1246

Phone: 978 572 1070
Fax: 978 992 0298

Description:

Cell Sciences (http://www.cellsciences.com/) is a privately held innovative company serving the global life science community as a supplier of quality research antibodies, proteins and immunoassay kits since 2000.

 

Our products include ELISA and ELISPOT kits, flow cytometry reagents, monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies, native and recombinant proteins, cell lysates, and other associated reagents.  These products address research in human, non-human primate, and small and large animal models.

 

Cell Sciences offers a diverse range of research and development tools including cytokines, chemokines, CD antigens, adhesion molecules, ECM molecules, growth factors, hormones, enzymes, kinases, signal transduction mediators, viral proteins, and toxins.

 

We are passionate about providing the highest quality products and customer support to advance research and product development in fields such as immunology, inflammation, innate immunity, apoptosis, cell differentiation, cancer, stem cell research, coagulation, thrombolysis, hematology, endocrinology, neurobiology, angiogenesis, tissue engineering, and wound healing.



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Last update of this entry: March 07, 2017

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