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  • Rab 10 pT73 Phosphospecific Antibody (ICC/WB)

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Threonine73 of the Rab 10 protein. Recommended for immunostaining. Also suitable for immunoblotting although another antibody clone (ab230261) is more sensitive for that application. 

  • Rab 10 pT73 Phosphospecific Antibody (IP/WB)

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Threonine73 of the Rab 10 protein. Recommended for immunoblot and immunoprecipitation. A separate antibody (ab241060) is available for immunostaining. 

  • LRRK2 pT2483 Phosphospecific Antibody

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Threonine 2483 of LRRK2.

  • LRRK2 pT1503 Phosphospecific Antibody

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Threonine1503 of LRRK2.

  • Total Rab 10 Antibody

    Mouse monoclonal antibody directed against the human total Rab 10 protein. This antibody has been validated for immunoblotting experiments. This antibody epitope was mapped to amino acids 127-133.

  • LRRK2 pT1491 Phosphospecific Antibody

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Threonine1491 of LRRK2.

  • Total Rab 10 Anitbody

    Rabbit monoclonal antibody directed against the total Rab 10 protein. Suitable for immunoblot, immunoprecipitation, immunofluorescent staining, and flow cytometry experiments. This antibody epitope was mapped to C-terminus amino acids 185-193.

  • LRRK2 pS1292 Phosphospecific Antibody

    This rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody was directed against human LRRK2 (aa 1250-1350, phospho S1292; the exact sequence is commercially sensitive). This antibody performs well in immunoblotting experiments from cell lysate.

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