Anti-Growth Cone monoclonal antibody (DMABT-50824MG)
Mouse anti-Chicken Growth Cone monoclonal antibody for IHC, ELISA, FC, IP, RIA, WB
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Chicken, Mouse, Rat
Embryonic chick tectal membranes
GH receptor; GH-binding protein; GHBP; GHR; GHR_HUMAN; Growth hormone binding protein
A growth cone is a dynamic, actin-supported extension of a developing axon seeking its synaptic target. Their existence was originally proposed by Spanish histologist Santiago Ramón y Cajal based upon stationary images he observed under the microscope. He first described the growth cone based on fixed cells as "a concentration of protoplasm of conical form, endowed with amoeboid movements". Neuronal growth cones are situated on the very tips of nerve cells on structures called axons and dendrites. The sensory, motor, integrative, and adaptive functions of growing axons and dendrites are all contained within this specialized structure.
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Mikoshiba, K; Fukuda, M; et al. Role of synaptotagmin, a Ca2+ and inositol polyphosphate binding protein, in neurotransmitter release and neurite outgrowth. CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS OF LIPIDS 98:59-67(1999).
Shinomiya, K; Matsuda, K; et al. Flybrain Neuron Database: A Comprehensive Database System of the Drosophila Brain Neurons. JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY 519:807-833(2011).
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