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β<sub>2</sub> receptors are identified by anti-β<sub>2</sub> receptors antibody on human trachea parasympathetic neurons (red, A, B–D) under high (A,C) and low (D) power.

By Zhenying Nie (305647), Allison D. Fryer (305649) and David B. Jacoby (182049)


<p>Neurons are labeled with anti-neurofilament antibodis (B, green) and the merged image (for neuronal and β<sub>2</sub> receptor staining) is shown in C. Nuclei stain blue with DAPI. The insert of D is the absence of primary antibody. Magnification bars: 50 µm.</p

Topics: Medicine, Cell Biology, Pharmacology, Biotechnology, receptors, antibody, trachea, parasympathetic, neurons
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0044780.g001
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