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To help with methods and technical details for using CellAura's products, we have assembled
a compendium of Guides, Application Notes, Posters and Presentations that can be
downloaded as pdf files.

There is also a library of Publications and published Abstracts that describe the uses of CellAura’s fluorescent ligands.
 
The documents in this category provide detailed instructions and example data for using CellAura's fluorescent ligands.
 
The Getting Started Guide provides a generic methodology for using CellAura's fluorescent ligands. More specific instructions are contained in the individual Application Notes. Each Application Note applies to a specific application or instrumentation platform.
 
This category is a growing compendium of scientific presentations given by CellAura at scientific conferences and trade shows.
The presentations have been reformatted for colour printing at A4 size.
 
This category is a compendium of articles, publications, and published poster abstracts by scientific groups using CellAura's products. For copyright reasons we are unable to offer a document download option for this category, but if you click the
Access External Source link, it will take you to the journal webpage where you may download the article either as a free pdf or by purchasing a licenced copy. 
 
If you have a published article which uses CellAura products, we would be delighted to hear about it so that we can add the details to this compendium.
 
This category is a compendium of the posters presented by CellAura at various trade shows and conferences. Posters have been reformatted for colour printing at A4 size.
  
For document downloads, click 'add' for each document of interest, and when your selection is complete, click 'Download selection'. You will then be able to download all the selected documents in a single zip file download or as individual documents.

 

 

Title Author Add Resource
Guides and Application Notes
PHERAstar FS Application Note Alison Carter et al (2012)
Getting Started Guide CellAura (2009)
FACS Application Note CellAura (2010)
Direct Fluorescent Labeling Approaches for G-Protein Coupled Receptors and Imaging using the PerkinElmer Opera™ High Content Screening Platform Alison Carter et al (2009)
Title Author Add Resource
Publications
25. A novel fluorescent histamine H1 receptor antagonist demonstrates the advantage of using fluorescence correlation spectroscopy to study the binding of lipophilic ligands Rose RH et al (2012) Access External Source
24. Rapid Establishment of G-Protein-Coupled Receptor–Expressing Cell Lines by Site-Specific Integration Schucht R et al (2011) Access External Source
23. Synthesis and characterization of high-affinity 4,4-difluoro-4-bora-3a,4a-diaza-s-indacene (BODIPY)-labeled fluorescent ligands for human beta-adrenoceptors Baker JG et al (2011) Access External Source
22. Allosteric interactions across native adenosine -A3 receptor homodimers: Quantification using single cell ligand binding kinetics May LT et al (2011) Access External Source
21. A Fluorescent Ligand-Binding Alternative Using Tag-lite® Technology Zwier JM et al (2010) Access External Source
20. Confocal microscopic observation of fusion between baculovirus budded virus envelopes and single giant unilamellar vesicles Kamiya K et al (2010) Access External Source
19. The Effect of Allosteric Modulators on the Kinetics of Agonist-G Protein-Coupled Receptor Interactions in Single Living Cells May LT et al (2010) Access External Source
18. Antagonist selective modulation of Adenosine-A1 and -A3 receptor pharmacology by the food dye Brilliant Black BN: evidence for allosteric interactions May LT et al (2010) Access External Source
17. Influence of fluorophore and linker composition on the pharmacology of fluorescent adenosine A1 receptor ligands Baker JG et al (2010) Access External Source
16. Developments in fluorescent probes for receptor research Leopoldo M et al (2009) Access External Source
15. Livening up HCS imaging Comley J (2009) Access External Source
14. Kinetic analysis of the binding of xanthine amine congener and a fluorescent analogue (XAC-X-BY630) at the human adenosine A1 receptor using a live cell radioligand binding assay Hern J et al (2009) Access External Source
13. Using the fluorescent antagonist, XAC-X-BY630 to quantify antagonist-adenosine A3 receptor complexes in membrane microdomains of single living cells Corriden R et al (2009) Access External Source
12. The effect of Brilliant Black BN on agonist antagonist interactions at the human Adenosine-A1 and A3 receptors May LT et al (2008) Access External Source
11. The binding kinetics of a fluorescent agonist at the human adenosine A3 receptor in whole cells May LT et al (2008) Access External Source
10. Agonist-occupied A3 adenosine receptors exist within heterogeneous complexes in membrane microdomains of individual living cells Cordeaux Y et al (2008) Access External Source
09. Plasma membrane diffusion of G protein-coupled receptor oligomers Briddon SJ et al (2008) Access External Source
08. New fluorescent adenosine A1-receptor agonists that allow quantification of ligand-receptor interactions in microdomains of single living cells Middleton RJ et al (2007) Access External Source
07. Functional properties of fluorescent agonists at the human Adenosine-A1 and -A3 receptors May LT et al (2007) Access External Source
06. Pharmacology under the microscope: the use of fluorescence correlation spectroscopy to determine the properties of ligand-receptor complexes Briddon SJ and Hill SJ (2007) Access External Source
05. Characterisation of a fluorescent agonist acting at the human Adenosine-A3 receptor in CHO cells. Cordeaux Y et al (2004) Access External Source
04. Application of fluorescence correlation spectroscopy to the measurement of agonist binding to a G-protein coupled receptor at the single cell level Briddon SJ et al (2004) Access External Source
03. Quantitative analysis of the formation and diffusion of A1-adenosine receptor-antagonist complexes in living cells Briddon SJ et al (2004) Access External Source
02. Quantifying binding of a fluorescent agonist to the human Adenosine-A1 receptor in single living cells Briddon SJ et al (2004) Access External Source
01. ABEA-BY630 is a fluorescent agonist at A2b Adenosine receptors in human prostatic stromal cells Cordeaux Y et al (2003) Access External Source