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Oligodendrocyte Markers O4 will react with late OL progenitors, by reacting with an unidentified sulfated glycolipid antigen called POA (Proligodendrocyte Antigen). It also reacts with OLs that have entered terminal differentiation, in which case it reacts with sulfated galactosylcerebroside.
- Product ReviewsNeuromics has a conjugated antibody for oligodendrocytes that is unavailable anywhere else and works really well. Very pleased with the product and have already ordered it a few times. Edit: This antibody is available from Miltenyi now. They both behave comparably.Matthew Smith - Apr 24, 2018 - Rating: 5.0We ordered Oligodendrocte Marker 04 (MO15002) and I have only tried it on Western blot, even though its recommended for IHC only. I used 1:500 and it seemed ot have worked, not as good as I was hoping,, but it was detectable at that concentration and was at the correct size (~65) Product Name Oligodendrocyte Marker O4 – (Cat# MO15002) http://bit.ly/11oB6iQ Organization: Virginia TechVrushali - Nov 14, 2014 - Rating: 3.0
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