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ImmunoStar 22940 100 uL £323.00
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Product Detail: Neuropeptide Y Antibody
Background Info: Raised to synthetic porcine neuropeptide Y coupled to methylated BSA with glutaraldehyde.
Product Type: Antibody - Antibodies
Antibody Type: polyclonal
Format: Lyophilised
Host Animal: Rabbit
Species Reactivity: Alpaca (Llama), Bird, Bubalus Bubalis (Water Buffalo), Bullfrog, Cat, Ewe, Ferret, Fish, Frog (Xenopus Laevis), Ground Squirrel, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Human, Monkey, Mouse, Ovine (Sheep), Pig, Psetta Maxima (Flat Fish), Rat, Sheep, Snake, Tadpole, Toad, Turtle, Zebrafish
Immunogen: Neuropeptide Y
Applications: Immunohistochemistry, Immunocytochemistry
Additional Info: Neuropeptide Y (NPY) is a member of a regulatory peptide family and has a marked sequence homology with pancreatic polypeptide (PP) and peptide YY (PYY), which are other members of the family. In the rat central nervous system, immunohistochemistry has found NPY-like cell bodies in the cortex, caudate-putamen, hypothalamus (arcuate nucleus), hippocampus, anterior olfactory bulb, nucleus accumbens, amygdaloid complex and periaqueductal grey. NPY-like fibers and terminals are detected in high numbers in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis, the peri- and paraventricular regions of the hypothalamus and thalamus and in discrete hypothalamic nuclei, particularly the suprachiasmatic nucleus. It has been used to detect NPY in a wide range of species including rat, mouse, human (1-7), fish, cat, bird, guinea pig, zebrafish, squirrels, frog, and newt.
Gene Symbol: Npy
PubMed IDs: 7534647, 7514501, 7484210, 7476019, 2725865, 1901963, 1687468, 1511525, 1493219, 26300728
Product category: Alzheimer's, Chromatin Remodeling, Cytokine, Diabetes, Growth, Huntington's, Hypoxia, Metabolic, Obesity, Pain, Parkinson's, Stem Cell, Transcription Factor, Viral