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April 24, 2019

By: List Labs

By: Hans Bigalke Tetanus toxin (TeNT) and botulinum toxin (BoNT) appear quite different at first glance, however, when we take a closer look at how these toxins function, they are more similar than suggested by the diseases they cause. Symptoms of Tetanus vs. Symptoms of Botulism While tetanus causes a body to take a rigid, […]

January 28, 2019

By: List Labs

List Labs offers citations on our website for easy use by researchers.  At present we have over 3,000 citations from publications around the world, with emphasis on the last 5 years.  We provide information on how to purchase the referenced products and the ability to sort from among the over 100 catalog items we offer […]

December 10, 2018

By: List Labs

A fast, sensitive, specific and accurate detection method to determine active infection Dr. Nancy Shine (408) 874-1305 NShine@ListLabs.com [Campbell, CA, 11/29/2018] • Method to detect Anthrax before it’s deadly • Anthrax is a problem for livestock • Test method is both specific and sensitive for Anthrax • List Labs is looking to partner on this […]

October 2, 2018

By: List Labs

List Labs scours the internet monthly, looking for citations referencing our products. We are highly intrigued by, and love to investigate the different ways researchers use our products. Scientists world-wide have used our toxins for research and have produced interesting results. List Labs History of working with Botulinum Neurotoxin List Labs has developed sensitive assays […]

September 19, 2018

By: douano@listlabs.com

By: T.J. Smith The answer as to whether the botulinum neurotoxin (BoNT)-producing bacteria comprised six separate species required a complete revolution in microbial classification.  Up to the turn of the last century, bacterial differentiations were based on morphological characteristic and biochemical activities, known collectively as phenotypic characteristics.  However, the discovery of DNA as the ultimate […]

July 23, 2018

By: douano@listlabs.com

By: Mary N. Wessling, Ph.D. ELS In this blog we will unravel the terminology describing bacterial toxins. In general, there are at least three ways that bacterial toxins are described in the literature: by their biological designation—the genus and/or species from which they come by the origin of the toxin, either as innate to the […]