Quinaldic acid detection by IF in human brain
Quinaldic acid visualization by immunofluorescence in human caudate putamen. Staining illustrates cytoplasmic accumulation of Quinaldic acid in glial cells. Paraffin-embedded tissue section was subjected to pH=6 antigen retrieval followed by overnight incubation with primary antibody (dilution 1/5O0). After incubation with Alexa-555 conjugated secondary Ab, epifluorescence microscopy (10X) was used to capture the staining.
Quinaldic acid antibodyRef: IS004
Our anti-Quinaldic acid antibody is a mouse monoclonal antibody, which was validated for immunohistochemistry (IHC) and immufluorescence (IF) in paraffin-embedded tissues from human caudate-putamen region.
|Clonality||Monoclonal antibody (clone 5A4-H10)|
|Valided applications||IHC / IF
|Specie reactivity||Reacts with all species|
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|Product name||Quinaldic acid antibody|
2-Quinolinecarboxylic acid antibody
Quinolin-2-carboxylate acid antibody
|Immunogen||Conjugated Quinaldic acid
|Isotype||IgG1 k chain|
|Specificity||When tested in competitive ELISA, the anti-Quinaldic acid antibody did not show any significant cross reactivity with Kynurenic and Xanthurenic acid conjugates
Store at +4°C for short term (1-2 months). Aliquot and store at -20°C for long term. Avoid repeated freeze / thaw cycles.
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Dilute at 1:200-1:2000. Perform heat antigen retrieval (pH=6) before initiating IHC staining protocol on paraffin-embedded and frozen sections
Dilute at 1:100-1:1000 on paraffin-embedded and frozen sections. Before staining, perform heat antigen retrieval
Optimal working dilutions must be determined by the end-user
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Selected publication on Quinaldic acid:
- Liu SY1, Zhang RL, Kang H, Fan ZJ, Du Z. Human liver tissue metabolic profiling research on hepatitis B virus-related hepatocellular carcinoma. World J Gastroenterol. 2013 Jun 14;19(22):3423-32. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v19.i22.3423.