S100B, guinea pig pAb, Synaptic Systems, 287 004

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  • Numerous astrocytes contain the cytoplasmic calcium-binding protein S100β which can be revealed with appropriate primary antibodies from several host species. Among them, guinea pig-anti-S100β (Synaptic Systems, Göttingen, cat. no. 287004) was shown to be useful for the specific detection of a larger portion of astroglia in the brain of tenrecs (Mack et al 2018 Brain Struct Funct – Fig 2). Additionally, this immunoreagent enables the indirect immunofluorescence labelling of astroglial S100β also in rodent brains but requires highly species-specific secondary antibodies.

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    Mack et al. 2018 Brain Struct Funct: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00429-018-1730-1

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