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Labeling neuronal proteins with quantum dots for single-molecule imaging

Thal LB, Kovtun O, Rosenthal SJ (2020) Labeling neuronal proteins with quantum dots for single-molecule imaging. (eds. Fontes A, Santos B). In: Quantum Dots. Methods in Molecular Biology. 2135:169-177. Humana Press, New York, NY. doi: 10.1007/978-1-0716-0463-2_9

Objective: The authors describe how nanometer-sized fluorescent semiconductors called quantum dots (QD) can be used to label neuronal proteins in a single QD imaging format.

Usage: Secondary antibody-conjugated QDs target membrane proteins pre-treated with SERT Mouse Monoclonal.

Related Products: SERT Mouse Monoclonal (Cat. #AB-N40)

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