ELISA kits are one of the most versatile and used immunoassays in research and diagnostic laboratories for the detection and quantification of different bioanalytes. However, in view of the increasing need to detect analytes present in very low concentrations, these assays have some limitations in terms of sensitivity. This limitation has been overcome with the development
The quality and consistency of the antibodies are essential aspects if you want to obtain reproducible results in scientific research. And these aspects become especially critical in the case of using antibodies for Flow Cytometry . In this entry we discuss 3 key aspects that need to be considered to ensure that the Flow Cytometry antibodies work as expected. 1.-
BACKGROUNDPosterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) is a variable cerebrovascular syndrome related to hypertension and autoregulatory failure. Steroids have been reported to each precipitate and deal with PRES. We sought to find out the prevalence of steroid therapy on the time of PRES and to evaluate the connection between steroid therapy and extent of vasogenic edema.
BACKGROUNDBrain edema is a severe complication of ischemic stroke that may result in secondary neurological deterioration and dying. Glyburide is reported to forestall mind swelling in preclinical rodent fashions of ischemic stroke by way of inhibition of a non-selective channel composed of sulfonylurea receptor 1 and transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily M member 4.
Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) causes secondary mind damage resulting from vasospasm and irritation. Here, we studied a rat mannequin of mild-to-moderate SAH supposed to attenuate ischemia/hypoxia to look at the function of sulfonylurea receptor 1 (SUR1) within the inflammatory response induced by SAH. mRNA for Abcc8, which encodes SUR1, and SUR1 protein have been abundantly upregulated