These polyclonal antibodies were designed for use with Brainbow applications, and are capable of distinguishing between individual neurons in the brain.
The brainbow process works by randomly expressing different ratios of red, green, and blue derivatives of green fluorescent protein in individual neurons, it is possible to flag each neuron with a distinctive color. This process has been a major contribution to the field of connectomics, or the study of neural connections in the brain.
From the laboratory of Dawen Cai, PhD, University of Michigan.
Part of The Investigator's Annexe program.
|Antigen:||Chicken-anti-GFP, Chicken-anti-mCherry, Rabbit-anti-mCherry, Rat-anti- mTFP, Guinea Pig-anti-TagRFP, Rabbit-anti-TagRFP|
|Isotype:||IgY (Chicken-anti-GFP), IgG (Rabbit-anti- mCherry, Rat-anti- mTFP, Guinea Pig-anti-TagRFP)|
|Reactivity:||Mouse, drosophila and zebrafish tissues|
|Species Immunized:||Chicken, Rabbit, Rat or Guinea Pig|
|Buffer:||1xPBS / 0.02% Sodium Azide|
|Tested Applications:||Immunofluorescence (1:350-1:500)|
|Storage:||-80C long term, 4C short term|
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