Antibodies Against Neuropeptides

Another Nod From Nature Scientific ReportsPublications referencing use of our antibodies continue to build. We are recognized for having potentNeuropeptide Antibodies.This most recent publication references ourGuinea Pig Substance-P Antibody: Khaled Abdallah, Francis Nadeau, Francis Bergeron, Sylvie Blouin, V éronique Blais, Kelly M. Bradbury, Christine L. Lavoie, Jean-Luc Parent;, Louis Gendron. (2018). Adeno-associated virus 2/9 delivery of Cre recombinase in mouse primary afferents. Scientific Reports volume 8, Article number: 7321 (2018) doi:10.1038/s41598-018-25626-yFigure: Distribution of the Cre-GFP in the neuronal subpopulations within the lumbar dorsal root ganglia. Representative photomicrographs showing co-localization of GFP with markers of peptidergic (Substance P), non-peptidergic (Isolectine B4) and large diameter myelinated (NF200) neurons are shown for mice (n = 6) injected in the plantar surface of both hindpaws with the AAV2/9-CBA-Cre-GFP virus. Arrows indicate neurons co-labeled for GFP and the indicated marker. Scale bars = 50 µm.We stand behind all our products. If you are not 100% satisfied with one of our antibodies, we offer full replacements or your money back,
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