Neuroscience Research

Neuroscience research has become a major focus for countries all over the world. The United States, European nations, Japan, China, India, and other countries have initiated, or plan to initiate, ambitious brain and neuroscience programs. In the United States, for example, the White House BRAIN Initiative, unveiled by President Obama in 2013, draws support from five federal agencies to drive advances in basic neuroscience research, cognition, traumatic brain injury, and neuropsychiatry, among other fields. Similar efforts from other nations will likely complement or expand this vision, making neuroscience research a top priority for the world scientific community.


  • Vision and Retina 
  • Vision and Retina
  • The retina is a light-sensitive layer of tissue located on the back of the eye that consists of layers of neural cells and pigmented epithelial cells.
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  • Neurological Disorders 
  • Neurodegenerative Disorders
  • Neurological disorders affect almost one in six people in the world, resulting in staggering levels of morbidity, mortality, and financial cost to societies.
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  • Ion Channels  
  • Ion Channels
  • Ion channels are pore-forming, usually multimeric plasma membrane proteins that can open and close in response to chemical, temperature, or mechanical signals.
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  • Neuropeptides 
  • Neuropeptides
  • Neuropeptides are small proteinaceous substances (peptides) produced and released by neurons through the regulated secretory pathway.
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GAD65 antibody (GTX133096)

GAD65 antibody (GTX133096)
beta Tubulin 3/ TUJ1 antibody [GT11710]
(GTX631836)

 

F-Actin antibody [NH3] (GTX20205)

F-Actin antibody [NH3] (GTX20205) citation-support
NF-M antibody
(GTX85461)citation-support

 

 

Calretinin antibody(GTX103261)

Calretinin antibody
(GTX103261)

 

Choline Acetyltransferase antibody [N1N3] (GTX113164)

Choline Acetyltransferase antibody [N1N3]
(GTX113164)