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5-HIAA (5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid) Antibody

5-HIAA (5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid) Antibody
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Product ID : 24274
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The antibody produces moderate labeling of raphe neurons in normal rat. In rats whose serotonergic system has been activated, staining intensity is increased to a maximum label. Recommended dilutions of the antiserum are 1/200-1/400 for indirect immunofluorescence and 1/4000-1/8000 for biotin-streptavidin/HRP technique.

The specificity of the antiserum was evaluated using a model system of gelatin-indole plugs by a method similar to published procedures (Schipper and Tilders, 1983). Results showed that the 5-HIAA antibody dose dependently stained 5-HIAA but did not stain any concentration of 5-HT or 5-HTP. The antiserum was also tested by pre-adsorption at 25 µg/mL with various BSA conjugates. While pre-adsorption with 5-HIAA conjugate completely eliminates immunolabeling, pre-adsorption with conjugates of 5-HT,5-HTP and dopamine had no effect on staining intensity or distribution of stain.

 

Host: Rabbit

Quantity/Volume: 100 µL

State: Liquid

Reacts With: : Mollusc, Rat

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Journal References:


Pharmacological Manipulation of Serotonin Levels in the Nervous System of the Opisthobranch Mollusc Tritonia diomedea; Fickbohm, Spitzer and Katz; Biol. Bull,209:67-74, 2005, Tested in Mollusca, IFC, Cites Diasorin AKA ImmunoStar, PubMed ID: 16110094

In vivo interaction between serotonin and galanin receptors types 1 and 2 in the dorsal raphe: implication for limbic seizures; Andrey M. Mazarati, Roger A. Baldwin, Steve Shinmei and Raman Sankar; Journal of Neurochemistry,95:1495–1503, 2005, Tested in Rat, PubMed ID: 16219029

The endogenous proteoglycan-degrading enzyme ADAMTS-4 promotes functional recovery after spinal cord injury; Ryoji Tauchi, Shiro Imagama, Takamitsu Natori, Tomohiro Ohgomori, Akio Muramoto, Ryuichi Shinjo, Yukihiro Matsuyama, Naoki Ishiguro and Kenji Kadomatsu; Journal of Neuroinflammation,0.4118:1-10, 2012, Tested in Rat, PubMed ID: 22420304

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