Like many other companies and institutions around the world, we are experiencing interference with some of our systems within the TNT network.
We are implementing remediation steps as quickly as possible. We have implemented operational contingencies to continue to complete collections from customers with scheduled stops. For customers who do not have a regular stop, collection should be arranged via our customer service centers.
Customers may experience delays in the transit of shipments, particularly inter-continental or non-EU European delivery, as we work to remediate our systems. Additionally, if customers do not have the facility for self-labeling, they may also experience delays.
We are not able to collect shipments of dangerous goods at this time.
We regret any inconvenience to our customers.
Site-specific AF647® Labelled Chemokines
Our premium products are the AF647® labelled chemokines, which are unique to Almac. The chemokines are labelled selectively at or near the C-terminus of the protein in a selective manner which ensures that only a single dye molecule is incorporated. The bright AF647® dye enables straightforward use in applications such as flow cytometry, and receptor recognition studies.
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 AF647®-labelled chemokines are licensed for research use under patents or patent applications owned by Molecular Probes.  Hatse et al (2006). “Stromal cell-derived factor 1 (CXCL12) binds to endothelial cells and signals through a receptor different from CXCR”. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 348, 192-199.  Strong et al (2006). “Synthetic chemokines directly labeled with a fluorescent dye as tools for studying chemokine and chemokine receptor interactions”. Eur.Cytokine Netw., 17 (1), 49-59.