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AntibodyRegistry: Antibodies

The Antibody Registry is the authoritative source for antibody identifiers, which can be used in publications to uniquely mark the antibodies used in a paper.

(last updated: Feb 10, 2018)

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Antibody IDAntibody NameTarget AntigenVendorCat NumProper CitationReferenceClonalityClone IDHost OrganismComments
AB_90755Sheep Anti-Tyrosine Hydroxylase (TH, Tyrosine Monooxygenase) Polyclonal antibody, UnconjugatedTyrosine Hydroxylase ma, r, mMillipore AB1542(Millipore Cat# AB1542, RRID:AB_90755)References (34)polyclonal antibodysheepThis record was consolidated by curator on 4/22/2017 with AB_11213126 the entry for this same antibody, which came from Chemicon data; recommendations: Western Blot; Immunohistochemistry; IH, WB
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