Neuroscience encompasses the study of the nervous system including the brain, the spinal cord, nerves, cellular receptors along with all small molecule neurotransmitters and various protein effectors. These elements govern the relay of information which is key to all physiological functions of the body ranging from basic organ function, hormonal regulation, and muscle coordination to more sophisticated features like cognition, memory and the plethora of emotions higher mammals are capable of. Naturally, research in this area can take diverse directions and thus ensures a concomitant need for a broad range of tools.

Our products in this field range from quantitative enzyme activity assays for key enzymes like Monoamine oxidase (MAO), N-Nicotinamide Methyltransferase (NNMT), β-secretase, etc., inhibitor screening assays for plausible drug targets like Sirtuins, ELISA kits, agonists and antagonists to various neurotransmitter receptors, antibodies to receptors, ion channels and transporters, specific tools for degenerative disease research (Alzheimer's), ion channel modulators, protein/enzyme effectors, neurotoxins, neuropeptides, and CNS (Central Nervous System) drugs. Overall, BioVision's neuroscience research portfolio offers a comprehensive collection of tools for studying neural signaling networks and all aspects of neurological disease and age-related pathophysiological conditions.

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