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Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of immunolabel.
  • n. A method of identifying antigens by using antibodies containing a fluorescent tag

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Examples

  • The nano-bio-chip integrates multiple laboratory processes into a microfluidic platform: cell separation/capture on the membrane filter, biomarker immunolabeling and cytochemical staining, and fluorescent imaging and analysis.

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  • Figure 1: Double immunolabeling showing expression of neuronal CPR in cerebral cortex (Ctx, top) and PAG (bottom) in control (WT, left) and null (right) mice.

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  • The immunolabeling of the cuticle and midgut cryosections was performed according to Klein et al (1991).

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  • For immunolabeling, mouse cardiomyocyte suspension was fixed in 2% paraformaldehyde/0. 1% glutaraldehyde in 0.1 M cacodylate buffer pH7. 4 at room temperature for ~2-3 h.

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  • Figure 1B, immunolabeling of BIN1 (green) and Cav1. 2 (red) is shown in subsections of both human and mouse cardiomyocytes.

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  • R.A. and C.J.H. contributed to immunolabeling experiments.

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  • Immunohistological verification of the irradiation geometry. pH2AX immunolabeling performed (DNA damages) at D1 (A-F) and D7 (F-J) in different brain regions reported on MR-images (K, L).

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  • Geuze H. J (2007) Cryosectioning and immunolabeling.

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  • Next, we transfected hippocampal neurons either with GFP and control vector or GFP with GRASP-1-shRNA and analyzed internalization and recycling of endogenous AMPAR following AMPA stimulation by immunolabeling for surface GluR1 and GluR2.

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  • NPC were used as positive controls for immunolabeling; for negative control primary antibodies were omitted (figure S1).

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