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Type: Rabbit IgG
 
Applications: WB
E=ELISA; FC=Flow Cytometry; ICC=Immunocytochemistry; IF=Immunofluorescence; IP=Immunoprecipitation; IHC=Immunohistochemistry; SE=Sandwich ELISA; WB=Western blotting; NB=Neutralization of Bioactivity; FACS; FPLC=Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography; GF=Gravity Flow; BSM=Biosactive Small Molecule or Peptide; HPLC=High Performance Liquid Chromatography; TPE=Targeted Protein Expression; AC=Adherent Cell Assays; NAC=Non-adherent Cell Assays; CDM=Cell Differentiation Media; BSC-CM5= Biacore Sensor Chip CM5; FM=Fluorescent Micsroscopy; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Species Reactivity: H; M; R
B=Bovine; Ca=Cat; Ch=Chicken; D=Dog; EQ=Equine; GP=Guinea Pig; H=Human; M=Mouse; P=Porcine; Pr=Primate; R=Rat; Rb=Rabbit; Y=Yeast; Xe=Xenopus; Ze=Zebrafish; ; ; ; NA-Not Applicable; STP=Step-Tactin Proteins; All
Format: Affinity Purified - liquid
 
Immunogen: Synthetic peptide comprising residues 3-17 LVPSARAELQSSPLV of the mouse and rat DOR-1 protein.
 
Description/Data:
Image of Delta Opioid Receptor 3-17, DOR 3-17 antibody

G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are the largest family of membrane receptors that activate intracellular signaling cascades and undergo endocytosis, recycling, or degradation upon stimulation.  The (mu) m-, delta (d) and kappa (k) opioid receptors are GPCRs of the nervous system, which control pain, stress, and addictive behaviors.  The delta opioid receptor (DOR-1) is the stereoselective receptor for enkephalins and inhibits neurotransmitter release by reducing calcium ion currents and increasing potassium ion conductance

 

 

 

Image: Western blot analysis with DOR at a dilution of 1:500. Lane 1: 10 ug of human brain lysate and Lane 2: 10 ug rat brain lysate

 

 

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Images: Distinct distribution patterns of DORs in subsets of DRG neurons of mice. Immunostaining with antibodies against DOR13–17 [A: 1:30,000, antibody 1 (ab #1); DiaSorin and C: antibody 2 (ab #2); Neuromics] shows DORs in small DRG neurons and afferent fibers in spinal laminae I–II. This immunostaining pattern is abolished by the antiserum preabsorption or the deletion of Oprd1 exon 1. Reduction in immunostaining is quantitatively assayed by determining the percentage of positive DRG neurons (B; n = 6) and fluorescence intensity (Ifluo.) in the laminae I–II (D; n = 5). **P < 0.01; ***P < 0.001. (Scale bars: A and C, 40 μm.). DOR labeling (anti-DOR13–17, 1:30,000; DiaSorin) associated with vesicles in peptidergic small DRG neurons (E and F) is absent in Oprd1 exon 1-deleted mice (G). Colocalization of DORs and neuropeptides is shown by correlated peaks of Ifluo. measured along lines. (Scale bar: 8 μm.) (H) Immunostaining with antibodies against DOR12–18 (1:60,000; Alomone) shows the presence of DORs on the cell surface of large DRG neurons of mice. (Scale bar: 25 μm.) This staining pattern is abolished by preabsorption and is absent in Oprd1 exon 1-deleted mice. (Scale bar: 80 μm.) (I) Triple-immunostaining shows that DOR+ large DRG neurons contain neither SP nor CGRP. (Scale bar: 80 μm.). www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1008382107