Ebba Biotech is getting published

Exciting Developments in Amytracker Research

A recent preprint from the Nowick Laboratory at UC Irvine investigates an Aβ trimer with specific Aβl7-36 β-hairpins. The goal? The development of antibodies towards these structures. The study includes the use of Amytracker 680 for the detection of Aβ plaques in brain tissue. With user Adam Kreutzer being a big fan of the easy implementation of the Amytracker molecules in his workflow. We at Ebba Biotech are very excited to read the full article once it is published.

🔬Figure 4. Confocal fluorescence micrographs of LOAD brain tissue containing CAA stained with pAb2AT-L (green) and AmyTracker680 (red). Adam G. Kreutzer et al. (CC BY 4.0)

Testimonial about Amytracker 680 – Adam Kreutzer

Adam Kreutzer about Amytracker 680:

“I have been very happy with the Amytracker dyes I have used thus far. I have easily worked the Amytracker dyes into my free-floating, fixed brain tissue immunostaining workflow. The nice thing about the Amytracker dyes is that I don’t have to dehydrate the tissue in a series of ethanols and xylene, which is required for the widely used thioflavin and congo red dyes. The Amytracker dyes can just be applied to the tissue in TBS and then imaged. I often don’t even wash the tissues after treatment with the Amytracker dyes.”

Adam Kreutzer, PhD, Associate Project Scientist at the Department of Chemistry, Nowick Laboratory, University of California, Irvine, USA


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