Related topics: Metabolism, Signal transduction
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On July 1, 2019
Trine Rasmussen wrote:
This antibody yielded a clear band of pPLCgamma from BDNF-stimulated mice primary cortical neurons without background. In lanes with lysate from unstimulated neurons the bands was weak or undetectable.
I have used kinexus lysis buffer for the lysates and exposed for 15-25 minutes utilizing ECL™ Prime (Amersham).
On November 28, 2017
Anders Dalby wrote:
This antibody worked well giving clear bands of p-PLCgamma from primary hippocampal neurons. These were lysed in kinexus lysis buffer. The antibody did, however, NOT work using TNE lysis buffer.
On January 23, 2017
lars meinertz byg wrote:
I was able to succesfully get a signal using this antibody with no band in the unstimulated lane. It is however somewhat weak. (see picture)
Exposure-time: 25 min
lane-load: 50 ug
On July 13, 2016
Signe Petersen, Aarhus University wrote:
PHOSPHO-PLCΓ1 (TYR783), RABBIT PAB, CELL SIGNALING #2821
I used this in a dilution of 1:1000 as advised by the manufacturer for western blotting. The samples were murine cell lysates from a primary hippocampal neuron culture. I was not able to make the antibody yield a succesful blot.
On February 25, 2016
Lars Meinertz Byg , Aarhus University wrote:
1:1000 from manufacturer. Needs to be exposed for at least 10 min. Demands a protein-load over 30ug/lane. Gives a signal by BDNF-stimulation of SY5Y cells transfected with TrkB, which is not observed in control lanes.