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Substance P is a neuropeptide derived from preprotachinin. Substance P is widely distributed in the central and peripheral nervous system. In sensory ganglia, it is expressed by small sensory neurons and is transported to their central and peripheral terminals. The role of substance P in sensory transmission has been studied extensively, and its involvement in nociception and chronic pain is well established. Our guinea pig anti-substance P antibody provides an excellent tool for multicolor immunofluorescence experiments.
- Product ReviewsThe product was very satisfactory. I recommend everyone to purchase from Neuromics.Prabesh Ghimire - Mar 22, 2018 - Rating: 5.0Your guinea pig substance P antibody works great for IHC. Product Name: Substance P, Guinea Pig – (Cat# GP14103) http://bit.ly/1FvXVCx Organization: UPENNChristine - Mar 21, 2015 - Rating: 5.0
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