AP32495SU-N Norepinephrine antibody

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Rabbit anti Human, Rat Norepinephrine


Product Description for Norepinephrine

Rabbit anti Human, Rat Norepinephrine.
Presentation: Serum
Product is tested for Frozen Sections.

Properties for Norepinephrine

Product Category Primary Antibodies
Quantity 0.1 ml
Presentation Serum
Reactivity Hu, Rt
Applications C
Clonality Polyclonal
Host Rabbit
Shipping to Worldwide
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Manufacturer Acris Antibodies GmbH
Material safety datasheet MSDS for Polyclonal Antibodies (de)

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Application Immunohistochemistry: 1/500-1/2500
by PAP (see suggested protocol)
Background The chemical compound norepinephrine (NC(8)O(3)H(11), also known as noradrenaline, is a catecholamine that functions as both a neurotransmitter and a hormone. It is released from the adrenal glands and also by certain neurons. It affects parts of the human brain where attention and impulsivity are controlled. This compound affects the fight-or-flight response, activating the sympathetic nervous system to directly increase heart rate, release energy from fat and increase muscle readiness.
The host of physiological changes activated by a stressful event are unleashed in part by activation of a nucleus in the brain stem called the locus ceruleus. This nucleus is the origin of most norepinephrine pathways in the brain. Neurons using norepinephrine as their neurotransmitter project bilaterally from the locus ceruleus along distinct pathways to the cerebral cortex, limbic system, and the spinal cord, among other projections.
for Neurotransmitter Detection by Immunohistochemistry. (Example for a rat brain.)
1.SOLUTIONS TO BE PREPARED - Solution must be prepared as needed.
Note:Tris can be replaced by a 0.01M phosphate solution.
Solution A: 0.1 M cacodylate acid, 10 g/l sodium metabisulfite,pH 6.2.(*)
Solution B: 0.1 M cacodylate acid, 2.5-5% glutaraldehyde, 10 g/l sodium metabisulfite, pH 7.5.(*)
Solution C: 0.05 M Tris, 8.5 g/l sodium metabisulfite, pH 7.5.(*)
Solution D: 0.05 M Tris, 8.5 g/l sodium chloride pH 7.5.(*)
(*) Adjust pH with NaOH or HCl if necessary.
In the case of GLUTAMATE, Tris can be replaced by .0.1 M PBS in solutions C and D.
The rat is anaesthetized with sodium pentobarbital or chloral hydrate. The anesthesia is correct when: on its' back, rat doesn't return to it's side & light reaction occurs pinching the tail.
Open the animal's thorax and rapidly cannulate the aorta via the left ventricle. Cut the right atrium or ventricle to allow efflux of blood and perfusate. Clamp off the descending aorta. Perfuse intracardially
through the aorta, using either a multi-speed pump or a large syringe.
Solution A (30 ml): 200-300ml/min
Solution B (500 ml): 200-300 ml/min
Solutions A and B must be perfused through the rat brain continuously without flow stopping when changing solutions.
Indications of a good perfusion:
-Limbs are blanching. Ears are bleached and very white.
-Liver loses it's color and becomes very hard.
-When cutting the rat nose, glutaraldehyde must leak drop by drop.
-The brain must be dark-yellow and hard. (The color is homogeneous without any white blots).
Indications of a incorrect perfusion:
-All the above indications do not appear.
-Glutaraldehyde leaks by the mouth. Rat eyes are swollen.
Cover rat brain with Solution B and let soak 30-120 minutes, then soft wash 4 times in Solution C.
50 µm slices, preferably by the 'vibratome' technique, using Solution C.
Sections are reduced with Solution C containing sodium borohydride (0.1M) for 10mn. Then the sections are washed carefully 4 times with stock Solution C.
The sections are washed 3X (15 minutes each) in cold (4°C) Sol'n C, then incubated 1-1.5 hrs at room temp. in Sol'n C plus 3% of non-specific serum (normal goat serum).
Use a final dilution of 1/500-1/2500 in Solution C containing 0.5% Triton X100 and 2% non-specific serum. Incubate 12 sections per 2 ml diluted antibody overnight, +2-8°C on a rocker. Then wash the sections three times for 10 minutes each in Solution D. (Note that the antibody may be usable at a higher dilution. This should be explored to minimize the possibility of high background. Additionally, note that a change in the buffering system as indicated in the protocol may change the background and antibody recognition). The specific reaction is then revealed by PAP procedure.
Incubate the sections with a 1:50 to 1:200 dilution of goat anti-rabbit in Solution D containing 1% non-specific serum for either 3 hrs at 20°C or 1 hr at 37°C on a rocker. Then wash the sections, 3 times, for 10 minutes each with Solution D.
10. PAP:
Incubate the sections with the appropriate dilution of peroxidase anti-peroxidase (for free floating method) in Solution D containing 1% non-specific serum for 1-2 hours at 37°C on a rocker. Then wash sections 4 times for 10 min each in solution D.
The antigen-antibody complexes are visualized using DAB-4-HCl (25 mg/100 ml) in 0.05M Tris and filtrated; 0.05% hydrogen peroxide is added. Incubate the sections for 10 minutes at room temp. Stop the reaction by transferring the sections to 5 ml 0.05M Tris. Wash tissue with solution D using 2, 10 min washes. Mount sections on chrome-alum coated slides. Dry overnight at 37°C. Rehydrate sections using conventional histological procedures. Coverslip using rapid mounting media.
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Storage Upon receipt, store undiluted (in aliquots) at -20°C.
Avoid repeated freezing and thawing.
Shelf life: One year from despatch.
0.05% Sodium azide
This antibody recognizes Noradrenaline reacted with glutaraldehyde.
(Glutaraldehyde required in fixation for reactivity.)
Reactivity with free noradrenaline is very poor.The cross-reactivities were determined using either ELISA or RIA techniques, at concentration/unconjugated or conjugated amino acid concentration at half displacement.Cross-reactivity ratioNoradrenaline-G-BSA: 1 Octopamine-G-BSA: 1/30 Dopamine-G-BSA: 1/70 Adrenaline-G-BSA: 1/180 L-Dopa-G-BSA: 1/>5000 p-Tryamine-G-BSA: 1/>5000 Noradrenaline: 1/>5000 The antisera was also tested for specificity using the free-floating PAP technique on rat locus coeruleus. (Abbreviations: (BSA) = Bovine serum albumin, (G) = Glutaraldehyde)
Human and Rat.

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