Tau Antibody (A-12) is a mouse monoclonal IgG2b κ, cited in 2 publications, provided at 200 µg/ml
raised against amino acids 1-150 of Tau of human origin
recommended for detection of Tau of mouse, rat and human origin by WB, IP, IF, IHC(P) and ELISA
See Tau (Tau 46): sc-32274 for Tau antibody conjugates, including AC, HRP, FITC, PE, Alexa Fluor® 488, 594, 647, 680 and 790.
m-IgG2b BP-HRP is the preferred secondary detection reagent for Tau Antibody (A-12) for WB and IHC(P) applications. This reagent is now offered in a bundle with Tau Antibody (A-12) (see ordering information below).
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Tau, also known as MAPT (microtubule-associated protein tau), MAPTL, MTBT1 or TAU, is a 758 amino acid protein that localizes to the cytoplasm, as well as to the cytoskeleton and the cell membrane, and contains four Tau/MAP repeats. Expressed in neuronal tissue and existing as multiple alternatively spliced isoforms, Tau functions to promote microtubule assembly and stability and is thought to be involved in the maintenance of neuronal polarity. Tau may also link microtubules with neural plasma membrane components and, addition to its role in microtubule stability, is also necessary for cytoskeletal plasticity. Tau is highly subject to a variety of post-translational modifications, including phosphorylation on serine and threonine residues, polyubiquitination (and subsequent proteasomal degradation) and glycation of specific Tau isoforms. Defects in the gene encoding Tau are associated with Alzheimers disease, pallido-ponto-nigral degeneration (PPND), corticobasal degeneration (CBD) and progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP).
For Research Use Only. Not Intended for Diagnostic or Therapeutic Use.