Neuronal Adhesion

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Featured Antibody
Anti-OL-protocadherin, clone 5G10

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Mouse E13-E14 brain tissue lysate was probed with Anti-OL-protocadherin, clone 5G10 (Catalog No. MABT20). Proteins were visualized using a Goat Anti-Rat IgG secondary antibody conjugated to HRP and detected using a chemiluminescence detection system. Arrow indicates OL-protocadherin (~130 kDa)
Extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins regulate cell adhesion, differentiation, proliferation, migration, invasion, and survival. The expansive, delicate, malleable nature of neural architecture requires an intricate relationship with the ECM. Cultured neurons interact with laminin and fibronectin - current studies ask whether these interactions are relevant for in vivo neurite outgrowth through the ECM, synapse growth and withdrawal, dendritic arborization, and spine changes. Visit Cell Structure to learn more about ECM and Cell Adhesion. Merck’s line of ECM and adhesion antibodies, proteins, and kits has grown to be the most complete line available, backed by our extensive in-house expertise. Find antibodies to targets such as: integrins, laminin, collagen, NCAM, CX3CL1, Neurofascin, and many more.

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