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Choose the best astrocyte markers, inlcuding GFAP and ALDH1L1, with this at-a-glance guide.
Browse the best markers for radial glia, including vimentin, PAX6 and HES5 with this guide. Read now.
Neurons and glia express unique sets of transcription factors, enzymes, cytoskeletal proteins and receptors. Ensure you are choosing the best neural subtype markers with these easy-to-use guides.
Our conjugated primary antibodies against neuronal and glia markers will save you time and are ideal for multicolour immunofluorescence and flow cytometry experiments.
Read an overview of the role of glia in demyelinating diseases such as multiple sclerosis and download a free copy of the accompanying poster
Read about the roles of glia in the CNS including the functions of astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, ependymal cells and microglia.
For optimal epitope retrieval to ensure superior staining in immunohistochemistry (IHC). Try our ready-to-use, optimized reagents.
Read the guide to our IHC detection substrates and chromogens to help you choose the right method for you.
Trying to achieve clean, sensitive staining in IHC? Review the different chromogenic detection methods and kits available, including for biotin-based (eg ABC) and polymer methods.
Explore traumatic brain injury (TBI) biomarkers and access the tools you need to support your research.