L-Noradrenaline Polyclonal AntibodyRef: IS1042
The anti-Noradrenaline (NA) antibody IS1042 is a rabbit polyclonal antibody developped to detect NA with high affinity and specificity. Combined with the STAINperfect immunostaining kit A, the antibody allows direct NA detection in whole mounts, cell culture and tissue sections.
|Reactivity||Reacts with all species|
|Tested samples||Whole mounts, cell culture, tissue sections|
|Staining procedure||STAINperfect immunostaining kit A|
|Format||50µl (approx. 40 tissue sections)|
|Product name||L-Noradrenaline antibody – Rabbit pAb|
|Specificity||When tested in competitive ELISA, the anti-conjugated NA antibody did not show any significant cross reactivity with for example Dopamine and normetanephrine conjugates|
|Storage buffer||Store at +4°C for short term (1-2 months). Aliquot and store at -20°C for long term. Avoid repeated freeze / thaw cycles|
|Material safety datasheet||Download MSDS|
|IF – Cell cultures, Whole mounts, Tissue sections||Dilute antibody with the antibody diluent provided in the STAINperfect immunostaining kit A. Use at 1/250 -1/1000 dilution. Follow the STAINperfect protocol suited to your sample|
|Comments||Optimal working dilutions must be determined by the end-user|
|Restrictions||For research use only|
|Full protocol||Download STAINperfect protocol for Noradrenaline staining|
Instructions for Use
for cell cultures
for whole mounts
for tissue sections
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Selected articles on Noradrenaline (Norepinephrine):
- Robertson SD, Plummer NW, de Marchena J, Jensen P. Developmental origins of central norepinephrine neuron diversity. Nat Neurosci. 2013 August ; 16(8): 1016–1023. doi:10.1038/nn.3458.
- Sauvage M, Steckler T. Detection of corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor 1 immunoreactivity in cholinergic, dopaminergic and noradrenergic neurons of the murine basal forebrain and brainstem nuclei – potential implication for arousal and attention. Neuroscience Volume 104, Issue 3, 14 June 2001, Pages 643–652
- A Hayashi, K Le Gal, K Södersten, D Vizlin-Hodzic, H Ågren and K Funa. Calcium-dependent intracellular signal pathways in primary cultured adipocytes and ANK3 gene variation in patients with bipolar disorder and healthy controls. Molecular Psychiatry (2015) 20, 931–940; doi:10.1038/mp.2014.104; published online 14 October 2014