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Activated microglia and astrocytes are present in nearly all neurodegenerative diseases inlcuding Alzheimer's and Parkinson's1. Easily label microglia and astrocytes with a versatile range of conjugated and unconjugated glial markers. Check out the guides below to ensure you’re using the best markers for your experiments.
Anti-Tmem119 antibody [28-3] – microglial marker (ab209064)
Immunohistochemistry (IHC-Fr-frozen sections) of mouse corpus callosum stained using anti-tmem119 (ab209064). Tmem119 is a highly specific cell-surface marker of microglia that is not expressed by macrophages or other immune or neural cell types2. View all tmem119 antibodies.
There is a complex array of interactions between misfolded proteins and neuroinflammation3. Enhance your study of misfolded proteins with near-infrared (NIRF) probes and antibodies against post-translational modification and conformational variants. Take a look at our recommendations below.
|Protein of interest||Recommended products|
|Amyloid beta (Aß)|
Detect structural variants of Aß with conformation-specific amyloid antibodies .
Image soluble and insoluble Aß in real-time with cell permeable and non-toxic near infrared Aß probes.
Easily induce neurotoxicity and neurodegeneration with an Aß peptide.
Specifically detect aggregated alpha synuclein with an alpha synuclein filament antibody.
Manipulate Lewy body formation with active alpha-synuclein monomers and aggregates.
Easily label total tau with anti-Tau [TAU5], which binds to the unmodified proline rich domain (PRD).
Detect posttranslational modifications of tau with a comprehensive range of phospho tau antibodies.
A chronic inflammatory environment in the brain is a hallmark of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s 4,5. Easily dissect the role of pro-inflammatory mediators with fast SimpleStep ELISA® kits, matched antibody pairs (MAPs), or take a multiplex approach with FirePlex® immunoassays.
Get results in just 90 minutes with SimpleStep ELISA kits, without compromising on performance. Learn more about SimpleStep ELISA.
Mouse IL-1 beta ELISA Kit (ab197742)
Human IL-1 beta ELISA Kit (ab214025)
Human TNF alpha ELISA Kit (ab181421)
Mouse TNF alpha ELISA Kit (ab208348)
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FirePlex® immunoassays feature fully customizable multiplex panels that allow you to analyze up to 75 analytes per well. Build your own panel or select a pre-designed panel for either human or mouse samples. Find out more about Fireplex immunoassays.
Need us to analyze your samples for you? Learn about our cytokine profiling services.
Our neuroinflammation antibody sampler panels allow you to try different antibody clones for key neuroinflammation disease targets to help you pick the right antibody for your research. Each panel contains 20µl aliquots of at least four different antibody clones.
1. Doty, K. R., Guillot-Sestier, M.-V. & Town, T. The role of the immune system in neurodegenerative disorders: Adaptive or maladaptive? BRAIN Res. 1617, 155–173 (2015).
2. Bennetta, M. L. et al. New tools for studying microglia in the mouse and human CNS. Pnas 1525528113- (2016). doi:10.1073/pnas.1525528113
3. Sweeney, P. et al. Protein misfolding in neurodegenerative diseases: implications and strategies. Transl. Neurodegener. 6, 6 (2017).
4. Cameron, B. & Landreth, G. E. Inflammation, microglia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Neurobiol. Dis. 37, 503–9 (2010).
5. Wang, Q., Liu, Y. & Zhou, J. Neuroinflammation in Parkinson’s