Neuroscience research typically focuses on the study of proteins and biomarkers associated with various aspects of brain function, including neuronal development, neural stem cells, neurodegenerative diseases, neuroinflammation, etc. ELISA plays a key role in detecting and quantifying these targets, providing valuable insights into the underlying mechanisms and potential therapeutic strategies for neurological disorders.
Here, Creative Biolabs will focus on these common ELISA targets involved in the field of neuroscience to help you advance your scientific research.
Blood Brain Barrier Related Targets
The Blood Brain Barrier (BBB) consists of a network of blood vessels that form a structural and chemical barrier between the brain and the body circulation. The limited permeability of the blood-brain barrier protects the brain from molecules that are harmless to peripheral organs, but toxic to brain neurons.
Listed below are some blood-brain barrier-related research targets that may be useful for your research.
Neural stem cells originate from the ectoderm, are the most primitive and undifferentiated cells of the nervous system, and are thought to differentiate into a large number of specialized neural cells. Neural stem cells have characteristics such as multidirectional differentiation, self-renewal, tissue fusion, and immunogenicity, and are a key area of research in neuroscience.
Common neurodegenerative diseases include Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, myasthenia gravis, and psychiatric disorders including depression and anxiety related disorders. Understanding the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases is critical to their prevention and treatment, and we offer a range of ELISA indicators for the study of biological processes that accompany neurodegenerative diseases.