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Quantitative In Situ Hybridization
- V-nCoV2019-S. This probe targets the S gene encoding the spike protein. This probe has been designed to be specific for SARS-CoV-2 and will not detect other coronaviruses.
- V-nCoV2019-S-sense. This “sense” probe targets the antisense strand of the S gene, which can be used to visualize viral replication in individual cells.
- Hs-ACE2. ACE2 is the cellular receptor for SARS-CoV-2. This probe will provide highly sensitive detection of ACE2 expression in cells and tissue sections, information critical to understand the tropism and pathogenesis of this novel virus.
- Hs-TMPRSS2. TMPRSS2 is a cellular serine protease and primes the spike protein (S) for cellular entry.
Immunuhistochemistry and Immunofluorescence
Optimization and staining for novel and commercial antibodies against SARS-CoV-2. Commercial antibodies are available against the spike, envelope, and nucleocapsid proteins.
COVID-19 Tissue for Research
COVID-19 tissue is now available for research from our accredited tissue bank partners.
Pathology Review in the Cloud
Access a network of experienced Board-Certified Pathologists.
Please contact us to apply these methods to your research.
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