Anti-Retinal Basal Lamina monoclonal antibody (DMAB9538)
Mouse anti-Chicken Retinal Basal Lamina monoclonal antibody for WB, IHC
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chick retinal basal lamina
basal lamina; lamina; retinal basal lamina; LAM; LAMA 1; LAMA
The basal lamina is a layer of extracellular matrix secreted by the epithelial cells, on which the epithelium sits. It is often confused with the basement membrane, and sometimes used inconsistently in the literature, see below. It is typically about 40-50 nanometers thick (with exceptions such as the basal laminae that compose the 100-200 nanometre thick glomerular basement membrane). It includes proteoglycans.
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Dimitropoulou, A; Dixby, JL; et al. Motor neurite outgrowth is selectively inhibited by cell surface MuSK and agrin. MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE 28:292-302(2005).
Annies, M; Kroger, S; et al. Isoform pattern and AChR aggregation activity of agrin expressed by embryonic chick retinal ganglion neurons. MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE 20:525-535(2002).
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