Anti-Optic Tectum Protein monoclonal antibody (DMAB9537)
Mouse anti-Chicken Optic Tectum Protein monoclonal antibody for IHC, WB, IHC
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partially fractionated, solubilized tectal proteins
tectal protein; TP; optic tectum; tectum
The optic tectum or simply tectum is a paired structure that forms a major component of the vertebrate midbrain. In mammals this structure is more commonly called the superior colliculus (Latin, higher hill), but, even in mammals, the adjective tectal is commonly used. The tectum is a layered structure, with a number of layers that vary by species. The superficial layers are sensory-related, and receive input from the eyes as well as other sensory systems. The deep layers are motor-related, capable of activating eye movements as well as other responses. There are also intermediate layers, with multi-sensory cells and motor properties.
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Theiss, C; Hellmann, B; et al. The differential distribution of AMPA-receptor subunits in the tectofugal system of the pigeon. BRAIN RESEARCH 785:114-128(1998).
Coenen, M; Kogler, G; et al. Transplantation of human umbilical cord blood-derived adherent progenitors into the developing rodent brain. JOURNAL OF NEUROPATHOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY 64:681-688(2005).
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