Neurobiology Methods: Monitor in vitro, in vivo, ex vivo

Membrane potential, presence of caspases and cathepsins, lysosomal activity – when it comes to research covering neurons and the brain, there is a lot of data to be collected, measured, and visualized.

In this webinar, we share some of the many ways our products have been used in neuronal publications in recent years, including studies on Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, spinal cord injuries, affective disorders, and neurodegeneration. Whether it be visualizing cell death via caspases or providing supplementary data that support primary conclusions, ICT’s cell viability kits and product lines offer a wide range of resources for your experiments.

We will highlight experiments studying neurons, brains, and related cells and tissues, focusing on in vitro, in vivo, and ex vivo analysis of cell viability and apoptosis, etc. Expand your research tool box by including ICT’s reagents for cell viability.

Cell viability assaysDisease applications