For more information, click here.
The StabilizorTM system uses rapid heating to preserve tissue samples as close as possible to their in vivo state. Heat stabilization permanently prevents biological changes from the moment of sampling, thereby increasing the accuracy and quality of analytical results.
Eliminates enzyme activity from the moment of sampling
Stops degradation permanently - without using additives
Standardizes sample handling - to improve reproducibility of analytical workflows
Links upstream processing to downstream results - traceable treatment parameters
Facilitates accurate sample comparison and data interpretation downstream
The range of biological samples that have been heat-stabilized and analyzed successfully is expanding steadily as more scientists implement the Stabilizor system into their workflows. Currently, the benefits of heat-stabilization have been utilized when analyzing proteins or peptides in the following biological samples:
Proteins in brain, liver, heart, pancreas and breast tumor, erythrocytes and yeast.
Peptides in brain, thymus and pancreas.
Analytical techniques have included mass spectrometry,phospho-shot gun, MALDI Imaging, Western Blot with phospho-specific antibodies, 1D and 2D gels with phospho-specific stains and reversed phased protein arrays (RPPA)