Expanded serotonin, nicotine and dopamine ranges, and exclusive dynamin inhibitors toolbox available in Ascent Scientific's new Low-Cost Ligand™ catalogue

September 08, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Ascent Scientific (www.ascentscientific.com) announced the launch of the new Low-Cost Ligand™ 2011 catalogue. Amyloid peptides, caspase inhibitors, and novel caged compounds are amongst the many new products, plus greatly expanded serotonin, nicotine and dopamine ranges.

Plus, the new catalogue includes the world exclusive dynamin inhibitors toolbox – a unique collection of small molecule, potent, and cell permeable dynamin inhibitors which enables the characterization of dynamin and endocytosis.

Steve Roome, Commercial Director revealed, "In our new catalogue, we have added many more products across various ranges, notably in our serotonin, nicotine and dopamine ranges. Plus, we have introduced amyloid peptides and caspase inhibitors within the signalling range.

We are delighted with the number of product suggestions we have received in the last year - many of which we have been able to introduce to the range - so please keep them coming!

As always, all new products are introduced at the usual high quality and affordable prices (up to half the price of other suppliers)".

Contact: Steve Roome, Commercial Director +44 (0)117 982 99 88

About Ascent Scientific
Ascent Scientific offers a range of high quality receptor ligands and synthetic chemistry services at prices so low that as many researchers as possible will be able to afford them.

The Low-Cost Ligand range includes receptor ligands and signalling tools in research areas such as glutamate, GABA, ion channels, cannabinoids, opioids, 5-HT and more.

The Low-Cost Chemistry Service provides cost-effective custom synthesis of organic molecules, fluorescent labels, standards & references, stable isotope labels, receptor ligands and more.

To request a new catalogue, visit our website www.ascentscientific.com, or contact customer service at customerservice@ascentscientific.co.uk.