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On July 6, 2020
Jamie Rose, University of Edinburgh wrote:
Used for IF. Works well at 1:100 (10ug/mL).
For more information see Pickett et al. Cell Reports 2019, “Amyloid Beta and Tau Cooperate to Cause Reversible Behavioral and Transcriptional Deficits in a Model of Alzheimer’s Disease”.
On June 10, 2020
Jeannette Nardelli, Université de Paris, NeuroDiderot wrote:
Works good for IF (frozen and paraffin sections) in a dilution of 1:500.
For more information see Journiac et al. Cell Reports 2020, “ Cell Metabolic Alterations due to Mcph1 Mutation in Microcephaly”.
On March 31, 2020
Tugrul Ozdemir, University of Oxford wrote:
This antibody works great for immunohistochemistry.
Dilution used: 1:100
For more information see Ozdemir et al. Cell Reports 2020, “Unexpected Rule-Changes in a Working Memory Task Shape the Firing of Histologically Identified Delay-Tuned Neurons in the Prefrontal Cortex”