Primary Antibodies from PhosphoSolutions
PhosphoSolutions was founded in 2001 by Drs. Michael D. Browning, John W. Haycock, and Andrew J. Czernik, all of whom worked together in the laboratory of Dr. Paul Greengard, co-recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on the role of protein phosphorylation in signal transduction in the nervous system. This expertise has led to the development of a portfolio of nearly 300 antibodies -- including over 100 phospho-specific antibodies -- focused primarily in the neuroscience field.
Antibodies Incorporated is proud to offer some of PhosphoSolutions' best-cited selections: