Publications and Citations
Inhibition of apoB secretion from HepG2 cells by insulin is amplified by naringenin, independent of the insulin receptor. By Emma M. Allister, et al. Journal of Lipid Research, Vol 49, No 10, 218-2229, October 2008. Use of goat anti-human transferrin and goat anti-human apolipoprotein B.
AUP1 (Ancient Ubiquitous Protein 1) Is a Key Determinant of Hepatic Very-Low-Density Lipoprotein Assembly and Secretion. By Jing Zhang, et al. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology; Published (prior to printing) February 9, 2017. Use of goat anti-human transferrin and goat anti-human apolipoprotein B.
INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING PATHWAYS REGULATING HEPATIC APOLIPOPROTEIN B100 PRODUCTION: Role of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases (MAPKs) and Inhibitor of NF(κ)B Kinase (IKK)-NF(κ)B.By Julie Wen-chia Tsai. PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 2009. Use of goat anti-human transferrin, goat anti-human apolipoprotein A-1, goat anti-human apolipoprotein B, goat anti-human apolipoprotein E, and goat anti-human albumin.
Development and validation of 14 human serum protein assays on the Roche cobas® c 501. By Tom Ledue, et al. Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis, Vol 15, No.1, 52-60, January 2011. Use of goat antiserum to human: alpha-1- antitrypsin, alpha -2-macroglobulin, albumin, apolipoproteins AI and B, complement components 3 and 4, haptoglobin, immunoglobulins A, G, and M, orosomucoid, transferrin, and transthyretin.
Applied Protein and Molecular Techniques for Characterization of B Cell Neoplasms in Horses. By Peter R. Badial, et al. Clinical Vaccine and Immunology Vol 22, No. 11, 1133-1145 October 26, 2015. Use of Goat anti-equine IgG.
Activation of hepatic CREBH and Insig signaling in the anti-hypertriglyceridemic mechanism of R-α-lipoic acid. By Xuedong Tong, et al. J. Nutr Biochem, Vol 26 N0 9, 921-928 May 7, 2015. Use of: goat anti-human Apo B, goat anti-human Apo-E, goat anti-human Albumin.
Hepatic mitochondrial and ER stress induced by defective PPARα signaling in the pathogenesis of hepatic steatosis. By Qiaozhu Su, et al. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Meth. Vol 306, No 11, E1264-E1273, June 1, 2014. Use of: goat anti-human Apo B, goat anti-human Apo-E, goat anti-human Albumin.
Adipose Tissue Depot-Specific Differences in Adipocyte ApoE Expression. By Zhi H. Huang et al. Metabolism, Vol 60, No 12, 1692-1701, December 2011. Use of goat anti-human Apo-E.
Huh-7 or HepG2 cells: which is the better model for studying human apolipoprorein-B100 assembly and secretion? By Steven J. R. Meex, et al. JLR, Vol 52, 152-158. Use of goat anti-human albumin.
Changes in Lipoprotein subfraction concentration and composition in healthy individuals treated with the CETP inhibitor anacetrapib. By Ronald M. Krauss, et al. J. Lipid Res. Vol 53, No 3, 540-547, March 2012. Use of goat anti-human Apolipoprotein (a).
Angiotensin II Regulates Adipocyte Apolipoprotein E Expression. By Poornima Rao, et al. JCEM. Vol 92, No 11, November 1, 2007. Use of goat anti-human Apo-E.
Development of an automated turbidimetric immunoassay for quantification of bovine serum immunoglobulin
G. By L.R. Etzel et al. AJVR, Vol 58, No. 11, November 1997.
Evaluation of a commercially available immunoassay for assessing adequacy of passive transfer in calves.
M.E. Dawes, DVM et al. JAVMA, Vol 220, No. 6, March 15, 2002.
Evaluation of a Lateral Flow Immunoassay for Monitoring Passive Transfer Status in Calves.
J. McVicker et al. AJVR. Vol 63. No. 2. February 2002.
Novel Method for Detecting Bovine Immunoglobulin G in Dried Porcine Plasma as an Indicator of Bovine Plasma Contamination.
J.R. Newgard et al. JAFC, 2002, Vol 50, No. 11.
Alimentación de Calostro y la Transferencia Pasiva.
J. McVicker, Lechero Latino, pages 20-24, Sep/Oct 2000. (Translated by Hugo Varel-Alvarez, Ph.D., Editor.)
POC testing in the health maintenance of livestock animals.
J.M. McVicker, IVD Technology, Vol 7:5, pg 47-51, June 2001.
Measurement of Serum IgG In Foals by Radial Immunodiffusion and Automated Turbidimetric Immunoassay.
D.G. Davis et al., JVIM 2005:19:93-96.
Comparison of levels and duration of detection of antibodies to bovine viral diarrhea virus 1, bovine viral diarrhea virus 2, bovine respiratory syncytial virus, bovine herpesvirus 1, and bovine parainfluenza virus 3 in calves fed maternal colostrum or a colostrum-replacement product. By M. F. Chamarro, et al. Canadian Journal of Veterinarian Research, 78(2): 81–88, April 2014. Use of bovine IgG serum calibrator.