Rabbit anti-Human S-100, Polyclonal, Ig, Ready-to-use
Ready-to-use Antibody for Immunohistochemistry
S-100 represents a group of acidic dimeric proteins that have a wide distribution in various tissues. Like calmodulin, parvalbumin, myoglobin, etc., they are calcium-binding and -modulating proteins. Three different dimers are known: S-100a (alpha/beta), S-100b (beta/beta) and S-100aa (alpha/alpha). The rabbit polyclonal antibody E031 reacts with human S-100a and S-100b. These proteins are typical of glial cells of the brain, ependyma, and Schwann cells of the central and peripheral nervous systems. S-100ao, on the other hand, is found in neurons, striated muscle cells, which usually do not stain or stain weakly with E031.
Bovine, Cat, Horse, Human, Mouse, Rat, Swine
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