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Fluorescent Biosensors for Live Cell Discovery
Fluorescent Biosensors for Live Cell Discovery

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Heading to San Diego next week for BIO International Convention. We'll be at our kiosk in the NIH Innovation Zone, Booth #5607 featuring the latest and greatest in fluorescent live cell assays. Hope to see you there! www.montanamolecular.com

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Heading to Biophysical Society's Annual Meeting? You'll be interested in our presentation Sat. 2/11 at 4:40 PM: Visualizing the competition between Gs and Gi signaling at the membrane. Room R02/03
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Look for the Moose! Today at International BIO 2016. Join Montana Molecular for our presentation 11:30 am, Room 3 at San Francisco's Moscone Center. Learn about Montana Molecular's latest technologies for GPCR and PDE drug discovery and agonist bias detection.
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We are presenting an Exhibitor Showcase today, 1pm, Experimental Biology Annual Meeting in San Diego: Single Fluorescent Protein-based Biosensors for Detecting Gi, Gs, and Gq-coupled Pathways of GPCR Signaling. Check out our site for more info on our cADDis cAMP sensor as well as our EB Poster Presentations: http://montanamolecular.com/experimental-biology-2016/

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We are delighted to exhibit at ASCB 2015! Stop by booth #1320 to pick up your gifts and tell us about your cells! Join us for our poster presentation "Examining Gs and Gi interactions in living cells with cADDis, a novel fluorescent sensor for cAMP" and don't miss our tech talk "Single fluorescent protein-based biosensors for detecting Gi , Gs and Gq-coupled pathways of GPCR signaling". Visit montanamolecular.com for more details
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We are looking forward to Neuroscience 2015, the 45th annual  Society for Neuroscience meeting on October 17-21 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Visit with us during the In Vivo Imaging Methods Session at Poster #732.26 on Wednesday October 21, to find out about the brightest fluorescent sensors for voltage and cAMP and see how these sensors can be combined with GECOs and delivered to live neurons via our baculovirus delivery system.  For detecting changes in cAMP, we introduce cADDIS, a new series of robust red or green single fluorescent protein sensors under the control of the synapsin promoter for targeted expression in neurons.
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Derica Rice explains the "life sciences ecosystem" and what it takes to get new drugs to market. 

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Montana Molecular’s own Dr. T. Hughes presented Fluorescent biosensors for multicolored views of GPCR signaling during the GPCR Forum at Life Science Week in Basel!  Lots of excitement about our newest sensors for detecting Gi and Gq-coupled signals in living cells. 
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