A monoclonal antibody recognizing subpopulations of neurones in mouse brain.

Abstract

A monoclonal antibody, designated C138, was raised against a particulate fraction from young postnatal mouse cerebellum. In sections from adult mouse brain and cerebellum, this antibody stained a sub-population of neurons. Cell bodies of large neurones and fibre tracts were negative in all brain regions examined, whereas neuropil was heavily labelled… (More)

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@article{Hirsch1983AMA, title={A monoclonal antibody recognizing subpopulations of neurones in mouse brain.}, author={M R Hirsch and Osmund Keith Langley and M. Said Ghandour and Michel Hirn and Giorgio Gombos and Christo Goridis}, journal={Journal of neuroimmunology}, year={1983}, volume={4 3}, pages={175-86} }