In the brains of patients suffering from Parkinson's disease, misfolding and aggregation of native alpha-synuclein occurs, resulting in the formation of filamentous Lewy bodies. Aggregated alpha-synuclein can be detected by anti-alpha synuclein filament antibody (ab209530), which is a conformation-specific antibody.
Anti-alpha synuclein filament antibody [MJFR14-6-4-2] (ab209538):
- Developed with experts in the field – Developed and tested in partnership with The Michael J Fox Foundation (MJFF).
- Conformation-specific - Alpha-synuclein filaments/fibrils consisting of Lewy bodies are specifically labeled.
- Specific, reproducible, and reliable - A recombinant rabbit monoclonal antibody produced using RabMAb® technology ensures reliability, reproducibility, and specificity of the supply.
- Suitable for studying other synucleinopathies - This antibody can also be used in the study of other synucleinopathies such as multiple system atrophy (MSA) and dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB).
Immunohistochemistry (formaldehyde-fixed paraffin-embedded sections) of human DLB brain stained with anti-alpha synuclein filament antibody [MJFR14-6-4-2] (ab209538). Image courtesy of Mr Carl Hobbs, Kings College London.
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