Antiserums to neurons and to oligodendroglia from mammalian brain

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Science  15 Jul 1977:
Vol. 197, Issue 4300, pp. 270-272
DOI: 10.1126/science.327546


Two specific antiserums were produced, one to rat neurons and one to lamb oligodendroglia isolated in bulk from brain. On the basis of immunofluorescence and absorption studies with bulk isolated cells, the antiserums were produced to specific surface components. The antiserums are useful as markers for cell identification and for studying proteins in plasma membranes.