Anti TSPO, Mouse (Rabbit) Unlabeled


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Background

Translocator protein (TSPO) is an 18 kDa protein mainly found on the outer mitochondrial membrane. It interacts with StAR (steroidogenic acute regulatory protein) to transport cholesterol into mitochondria. It was first described as peripheral benzodiazepine receptor (PBR), a secondary binding site for diazepam, but subsequent research has found the receptor to be expressed throughout the body and brain. In humans, the translocator protein is encoded by the TSPO gene. It belongs to family of tryptophan-rich sensory proteins. [Imunogen] ICANtibodiesTM encoding mouse TSPO full length nucleic acid sequence

Application

Flow cytometry: 1/200

IHC: 1/20

 

Fig.1 Flow cytometry: Untransfected (red) and transfected with ICAFectinR 441 and plasmid encoding mouse TSPO Hela cells were fixed, 24h post transfection, permeabilized and stained with rabbit anti-mouse TSPO polyclonal antibodies diluted at 1/100 (orange) and at 1/200 (blue) and R-PE goat anti rabbit IgG secondary antibody at the dilution 1/200.

Fig.2 Immunohistochemistry: Hela cells transfected with ICAFectinR 441 and plasmid encoding mouse TSPO were fixed 24h post transfection, permeabilized and stained with rabbit anti-mouse TSPO Polyclonal Antibodies diluted 1/20 and Alexa488 goat anti rabbit IgG secondary antibody at dilution 1/1000. Nuclei were counterstained with DAPI in blue.

Product List

Product Name Cat# Quantity Price

Anti TSPO, Mouse (Rabbit) Unlabeled DataSheet

CAC-ICA-TG5-RBP1

50 UL ¥60,000
$800

To be used for research only. DO NOT use for human gene therapy or clinical diagnosis.


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