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Cell marker antibodies

Cell marker antibodies are highly specific antibodies that recognize and bind to proteins or other molecules that are uniquely expressed or enriched in specific cell types. These antibodies are crucial tools in cell biology and research as they allow scientists to identify, isolate, and study different cell populations in complex biological samples. By using cell marker antibodies in techniques like flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, and immunofluorescence, researchers can distinguish between various cell types based on their unique surface markers or intracellular proteins. This information is vital for characterizing cell populations, understanding cellular heterogeneity, and studying cell differentiation and development. Additionally, cell marker antibodies are essential in biomedical research, aiding in the diagnosis and classification of diseases and identifying biomarkers associated with specific cell types or pathological conditions. As advances in antibody development continue, the use of cell marker antibodies is expanding, providing valuable insights into cellular biology and contributing to the development of personalized medicine and targeted therapies.
9067Alpha-synucleinmouse monoclonalhuman mouse ratWBICCIHC
9015Calreticulinrabbit polyclonalhuman mouse ratWBICCIHC
9059Doublecortinrabbit polyclonalhuman mouse ratWBICCIHC
9024GFAPrabbit monoclonalhuman mouse ratWBICCIHC
9056Ki67rabbit monoclonalhumanWBICC
9022LAMP1mouse monoclonalhumanWBICCIHC
9018NeuNmouse monoclonal (2Q158)human mouse rat rabbit dogWBICCIHC
9009Tyrosine Hydroxylaserabbit monoclonalhuman mouse ratWBICC
9044Ubiquitinrabbit polyclonalhuman mouse rat rabbit goat cat sheep hamster cow dog guinea pig pig h pylori otherWBICCIHC
9046Vimentinrabbit monoclonalhuman mouse ratWBICCIHC