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Zhou, L.,, Schnitzler, A., Agapite, J., Schwartz, L.M., Steller, H. and Nambu, J.R.
Notes: The antibody was used in immunohistochemical localization of beta-galactosidase protein in Drosphila embryos. (1551)
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Anti-β-Galactosidase, Purified Monoclonal Antibody
Gajewski, K. , Kim, Y. , Lee, Y. M. , Olson, E. N. , Schulz, R. A.
Notes: The Anti-β-Galactosidase mAb was used for immunohistochemical localization of lacZ fusion proteins in whole mount Drosophila embryos. (1135)
Takahashi, K. and Coulombe, P.A.
Notes: The Anti-β-Galactosidase Purified Monoclonal Antibody was used to immunohistochemically stain paraffin-embedded transgenic mouse skin epithelial tissue sections. Induced β-Galactosidase expression was detected by immunohistochemically staining 5μm tissue sections fixed in Bouin’s fixative and embedded in paraffin. Staining was visualized using a peroxidase labeled secondary antibody and a colorimetric peroxidase substrate. (3028)
Xiao, C. Y. , Hubner, S. , Jans, D. A.
Notes: Promega's Casein Kinase II and DNA-Dependent Protein Kinase were used for in vitro phosphorylation of the SV40 large T antigen expressed either from Rabbit Reticulocyte Lysate or a large Tantigen-β-Gal fusion protein expressed in a rat hepatoma cell line. Lysates and cell extracts were assayed for DNA-dependent protein kinase activity with a peptide substrate. The ability of β-Gal-T antigen fusions (± phosphorylation) to bind to murine importin subunits was assessed by an ELISA system using the Anti-β-Galactosidase mAb. (0120)
DNA-Dependent Protein Kinase
DNA-Dependent Protein Kinase Peptide Substrate
Rabbit Reticulocyte Lysate System, Nuclease Treated
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Stanewsky, R., Frisch, B., Brandes, C., Hamblen-Coyle, M.J., Rosbash, M. and Hall, J.C.
Notes: The Anti-β-Galactosidase mAb was used to localize β-galactosidase in adult fly brains. The antibody was also used to probe immunoblots of fly brain extracts. (1543)
Johnson, E.S., Schwienhorst, I., Dohmen, R.J., Blobel, G.
Notes: The Anti-β-Galactosidase mAb was used to detect β-Galactosidase fusion proteins in S. cerevisiae extract by immunoblotting. (0940)
Huang, Z. and Kunes, S.
Notes: The antibody is used to localize beta-galactosidase protein by immunohistochemistry of Drosophila tissues. (1579)
Notes: The antibody was used to localize beta-galactosidase by immunohistochemistry of Drosophila eyes. (1571)
Mayford, M., Baranes, D., Podsypanina, K. and Kandel, E.R.
Notes: The antibody is used to localize β-galactosidase protein by immunocytochemistry of neuronal cultures of mouse hippocampi. (1587)
Heller, S., Finn, T.P., Huber, J., Nishi, R., Geissen, M., Puschel, A.W., Rohrer, H.
Notes: The authors used the CellTiter 96® Non-Radioactive Cell Proliferation Assay (MTT) and Anti-β-Galactosidase mAb in a TF-1 cell line. (1034)
CellTiter 96® Non-Radioactive Cell Proliferation Assay
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