Biolegend have a range of C3 complement antibodies suitable for identifying an A1 astrocyte phenotype for investigating neurodegeneration and inflammation in the CNS.
MIT researchers have developed a way to make extremely high-resolution images of tissue samples, at a fraction of the cost of other techniques that offer similar resolution.
Parkinson’s disease (PD) affects millions of people worldwide. BioLegend provides highly specific antibodies for the study and detection of the proteins in the pathways underlying the disease.
Green astrocytes and magenta neurons in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN).
zStack image reconstruction of a single fluorescently labeled neuron.
Hippocmapal parvalbumin-expressing interneurons are in red while sparse sunsets of CA1 pyramidal cells are in green
Kyle Bean depicts the intricate cortical surface of the brain, using toothpaste.
Transmission electron micrograph of a section through a nerve fiber showing the axon bundle.
This section through a neonatal dorsal root ganglion (DRG) shows the cell bodies of different populations of sensory nerves.
False-colored scanning electron micrograph of an isolated retinal ganglion cell.
Confocal micrograph of a cross-section through a nerve passing through a mouse skeletal muscle.
Endogenous alpha-synuclein protein levels in a coronal brain section of a monkey intrastriatally inoculated with purified nigral Lewy body extracts derived from Parkinson disease’s post-mortem brains.
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