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A microscopy image of a cell from BJ hTERT cell line treated with aphidicolin to induce genomic instability. Immunolabeling of the cell positively labelling CREST/Centromere Protein (red, 1:500, Cat No. 15-234) and labelling DNA with DAPI. The anaphase cell has a segregation error which lacks centromeric staining unlike the mass of properly segregating chromosomes. Image kindly provided by Nadeem Shaikh and Sarah McClelland from Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London.  Confocal image of kinetochore-microtubule attachments in mouse control (CON) and IMQ treated oocytes where kinetochores are dyed purple by CREST antibody, microtubules are stained green by the anti-tubulin antibody. Chromosomes are dyed blue by Hoechst 33342.Image from publication CC-BY-4.0. PMID: 35589679
Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein (GFAP) immunostaining (red) of mixed cortical mouse brain cultures (1:500 dilution). Secondary antibody is Texas Red goat anti-chicken IgY. The blue is DAPI staining of nuclei of all cells, including non-GFAP-positive cells. Photo courtesy of Dr. Gerry Shaw, Univ. Florida.Representative section of formalin fixed, paraffin-embedded rat brain showing staining of GFAP. The sections were stained with Aves Labs anti-GFAP antibody (visualized in green) (Cat. No. GFAP) at 1:500 dilution. The stained sections were mounted with Antibodies Incorporated FluoroshieldTM with DAPI and DABCO mounting medium (Cat No. AR-6505). DAPI nuclear stain (blue) shows cell nuclei. Anti-GFAP specifically stains the astrocytes in the rat brain.
Immunolabeling of spreaded WT mouse pachytene spermatocytes positively labeling CREST/Centromere Protein (red, Cat 15-235, 1:20) and SYCP3 (green). Image kindly provided by Fernando Sánchez Sáez and Alberto M. Penás from Universidad de Salamanca, Spain.Immunostaining of Vipera berus (Reptile, snake) synaptonemal complexes identifying the lateral elements of meiotic bivalents (Anti-SYCP3, green), the centromere proteins (Anti-ACA, Cat 15-235, 1:250, red), and nuclei staining with DAPI (blue). Image kindly provided by Victor Spangenberg, Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Moscow, Russia.
Immunohistochemical photomicrograph of adult auditory ganglion stained for β-tubulin 3 (Rabbit antibody, green; 1:500 dilution) and Neu-N (Chicken antibody from Aves Labs, red, 1:1000 dilution).Immunohistochemical photomicrograph of adult mouse cerebral cortex stained for β-tubulin 3 (Rabbit antibody, green; 1:500 dilution) and Neu-N (Chicken antibody from Aves Labs, red, 1:1000 dilution).
Immunohistochemical staining of Synaptotagmin-1 (green, 1:1000 dilution) and Vimentin (red, Rockland, 1:500 dilution) in a cryostat section through the basal plate of an e16 mouse brain.Immunohistochemical staining of Synaptotagmin (green, 1:1000 dilution) and NFH (red, Rockland, 1:500 dilution) and Vimentin (blue) in a cryostat section through the Cochlear nerve and Organ of Corti in an adult mouse.
Western blot. Left Lane -- Cultured COS cells were transfected with a plasmid containing the SAP1a cDNA fused with an HA epitope tag at its C-terminus. Right Lane -- COS transfected with an empty plasmid vector. 25 µg of protein loaded in each lane.Immunolabeling of mouse hindbrain dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus (DMV) neurons expressing an hM3Dq-HA tag (Anti-HA Epitope Tag, Cat ET-HA100, 1:200). The image is kindly provided by Nicholas Conley, Neuroscience Graduate Program, University of Virginia.
Immunostaining of adult mouse cerebellum, showing staining in the granule cell layer and white matter tracts. Anti-vimentin antibody, 1:1000; HRP-labeled goat anti-chicken IgY, 1:500.Culture of neurosphere cells from an e16 mouse brain immunostained for vimentin immunoreactivity. Vimentin antibody, 1:1000. Secondary, fluorescein-labeled goat anti-chicken antibody (Aves Labs, Cat.No. F-1005), 1:500. Hoda Ilias, Aves Labs.
Cortical neuron from a neo-natal mouse brain culture immunocytochemically stained for NF-H immunoreactivity (1:5000 dilution). Secondary antibody (fluorescein-labeled goat anti-chicken IgY, (1:1000 dilution)Confocal micrographs of DRG cryosections from WT mouse double-labeled with antibodies against caldendrin (green) and NF200 (Cat no. NFH, 1:1000, purple) or peripherin (Cat no. PER, 1:1000, purple). Arrows and arrowheads indicate cells in which caldendrin is or is not, respectively, co-localized with NF200 or peripherin. Results are representative of at least 3 independent experiments. Scale bar, 100 µm. Image from publication CC-BY-4.0. PMID:36788334
Immunofluorescent staining of HeLa cells using 2 µg/mL Aves Labs chicken anti-Calnexin (CANX) (Cat. No. CANX-0100) antibody (green). Actin filaments were stained using Phalloidin (red). DAPI nuclear stain (blue) shows cell nuclei. The cells were mounted with Antibodies Incorporated Fluoroshield with DAPI mounting medium (Cat. No. AR-6501). Anti-Calnexin specifically stains the Endoplasmic Reticulum in HeLa cells. ​Western blotting of various cell lysates with Aves Labs chicken anti-Calnexin (CANX) antibody (0.05 µg/ml) and detected with anti-chicken HRP. Aves Labs Chicken anti-Calnexin recognizes endogenous Calnexin in all the cell lysates at ~90 kDa.
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Immunostaining of HeLa cells showing specific labeling of Ki-67 (cat. Ki67-0100, 1:2000, red) present in cytoplasmic microtubules. Additional immunostaining done with β-tubulin in green and nuclear staining with DAPI (blue). During cell cycle Ki-67 protein is predominantly expressed in the nucleoli of cells during mitosis and interphase, and is not present during quiescence.Western blotting of HeLa cell lysate (10 µg/lane) with Ki-67 antibody at 2 µg/mL dilution and detected with anti-chicken HRP.

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