Innovative Grade US Origin Porcine Stomach Reference 3-5-16

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Innovative Research's Innovative Grade US Origin Porcine Stomach was recently used in the following study:

(3-5-16)

Benzimidazole covalent probes and the gastric H/K-ATPase as a model system for protein labeling in a copper-free setting

CJ Paresi, Q Liu, LI Yueming - Molecular BioSystems, 2016
... as covalent inhibitors often have increased efficiency and duration of action and also unnecessary as the development of clickable covalent probes can allow researchers to determine ... Fresh porcine stomachs were obtained from Innovative Research Inc (Novi, MI) and kept ...

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