Product Details
Catalog Number: GP10110
Applications: IHC
Type: Guinea Pig IgG
Storage: Store at 4°C short term. Aliquot and store at -20°C long term. Avoid freeze-thaw cycles.
Shipping: Frozen (Polar Packs)
Format A: Affinity Purified
Format B: liquid
Species Reactivity: Mouse, Rat
Entrez: 5173
UniProt: P01213
Downloads: Datasheet (pdf)
Product Sizes
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150 ul$475.00$209.00Add to Cart
50 ul$220.00$95.00Add to Cart

Dynorphin peptides are members of the opioid peptide family and contain the canonical opioid sequence Tyr-Gly-Gly-Phe. These peptides are derived from prodynorphin and include dynorphin A, dynorphin B and alpha neo-endorphin. Of the opioid peptides, the dynorphins have the highest affinity for the kappa opioid receptor. They are found distributed throughout the nervous system and play a role in many physiological functions.

Supporting Products
NameCatalog #Size
proDynorphinP10116100 ug Blocking Peptide
Images

Systemic artemin normalized immunohistochemical markers in the ipsilateral L5 DRG, dorsal spinal cords and sciatic nerves of SNL rats.Immunofluorescent labeling was done 14 d after sham or SNL surgery and treatment with vehicle or artemin starting on day 3 after surgery. Scale bar = 100 um for DRG (first two rows), 50 mum for sciatic nerve (third row) and 200 mum for spinal cord (bottom row). Nature Medicine 9, 1383 - 1389

Systemic artemin normalized immunohistochemical markers in the ipsilateral L5 DRG, dorsal spinal cords and sciatic nerves of SNL rats.Immunofluorescent labeling was done 14 d after sham or SNL surgery and treatment with vehicle or artemin starting on day 3 after surgery. Scale bar = 100 um for DRG (first two rows), 50 mum for sciatic nerve (third row) and 200 mum for spinal cord (bottom row). Nature Medicine 9, 1383 - 1389

Dr Patrick Mantyh et al have successfully used this antibody to stain mouse spinal cord tissue. see J Pain Symptom Manage. 2008 September; 36(3): 289–303.

Dr Patrick Mantyh et al have successfully used this antibody to stain mouse spinal cord tissue. see J Pain Symptom Manage. 2008 September; 36(3): 289–303.

Dr Patrick Mantyh et al have successfully used this antibody to stain mouse spinal cord tissue. see J Pain Symptom Manage. 2008 September; 36(3): 289–303.

Dr Patrick Mantyh et al have successfully used this antibody to stain mouse spinal cord tissue. see J Pain Symptom Manage. 2008 September; 36(3): 289–303.

Immuofluorescent detection of Prodynorphin (seen as immunoreactive varicosities) in art hypothalamus (red fluorescence).

Immuofluorescent detection of Prodynorphin (seen as immunoreactive varicosities) in art hypothalamus (red fluorescence).

Immuofluorescent detection of Prodynorphin (seen as immunoreactive varicosities) in art hypothalamus (red fluorescence).

Immuofluorescent detection of Prodynorphin (seen as immunoreactive varicosities) in art hypothalamus (red fluorescence).