Latest Antibody Reviews

Review date: 2019-05-01 07:56

VAChT, rabbit pAb, Synaptic Systems # 139 103


VAChT SySy #139 103 rabbit polyclonal, affinity purified, K.O. verified works perfectly at mouse retina slides, dilution 1:500 (in PBS containing 0.1% Triton...

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Review date: 2019-04-23 10:20

GABA(A) receptor subtype alpha 1, rabbit pAb, Synaptic systems # 224 203

Western blot

This antibody works great to detect GABA-A receptor subunit alpha 1 in lysates from murine primary neurons (cortical). A...

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Review date: 2019-03-26 10:52

GAPDH, mouse mAb clone G-9, Santa Cruz, sc-365062

Western blot

PBMC lysate WB: bis-tris+MOPS buffer, 1h 5% milk block, 1:10000 dilution Single intense band of appropriate MW size.

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December 24, 2014. Julie Torvund-Jensen, Aarhus University
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March 21, 2014. Stine Klinger, NIH, Washington
December 20, 2013. Mads Kjolby, Aarhus University

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