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Integrin alpha-M (CD11b, ΜΑC-1, OX-42 Antigen)

Price: $399
Catalog #: MAC
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Mac-1 staining of the microglial cells in mouse cerebral cortex (red). Photo courtesy of Dr. Felix Eckenstein, University of Vermont.
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Antibody Concentration:  100 ug/ml (based on A280)

Volume: Regular vials contain 1000 ul; Sampler vials contain 200 ul.

Buffer: Phosphate-buffered (10 mM) isotonic saline (0.9%, w.v) with sodium azide (0.02%, w/v) added as a preservative.

Quality Control: Immunohistochemistry (at  a concentration of 100 ug/ml) using HRP-labeled goat anti-chicken IgY (1:1000 dilution, Aves Labs Cat# F-1005) as the secondary reagent.  Please note that these dilutions are meant to serve as starting points, and that optimal dilutions may vary.

Description: An antipeptide antibody was generated in chickens against a peptide sequence near the C-terminus of the human doublecortin gene product (CAA06617.1).  This exact sequence was also found in the mouse (AAT58219.1) and rat (NP_445831.3) gene products.  Since this peptide sequence is distant to the doublecortin motif near the N-terminus of this gene product, these antibodies will not recognize the various “doublecortin-domain-containing proteins,” which differ from Doublecortin outside of this N-terminal region.
These anti-Doublecortin antibodies recognize the human, mouse and rat homologs of Doublecortin.