co-localization

co-localization

The presence of 2 or more substances in the same site
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The purple and teal detection kits feature more translucent dyes that are ideal for co-localization studies for mRNA ISH as well as the ability to perform immunohistochemistry and ISH for protein-RNA co-detection on the same slide.
At other stages, co-localization may be very useful, especially in the form of crowdsourcing combined with localization automation.
By the co-localization analysis of Confocal laser scanning microscope (yellow signal), it can be found that pGH and pGHR may form a dimer in the cytoplasm and nuclei (Figure 2D).
To confirm the possible link between Rab7 and A[sz] aggregation in neurons, we carried out double-labeled immunofluorescent staining of Rab7 and A[sz], and did observe the co-localization of two proteins in neurons of 12-month-old APP/PS1 mice [Figure 2]a, merged, labeled in yellow].
Co-localization of the entire 18S-25S rDNA loci with related C-DAPI+ bands (Fig.
allowing precise co-localization between 3D optical and MRI data.
Powered by the SCiLS lab software suite, powerful next-generation statistical algorithms such as PLSA and univariate and multivariate modalities can rapidly analyze imaging regions to identify unknown metabolites and biomarkers through spatial co-localization.
This rare entity of co-localization of two active blistering dermatoses involving pemphigus vulgaris occurring only over an active herpes zoster infection has not been reported in the literature so far.
Ultrastructural examination of porcine pituitary gland revealed co-localization of TFF3 and oxytocin within the same vesicles, and was thus hypothesized that from there, TFF3 is released into the bloodstream to affect potential, undiscovered target receptors [25].
In STED microscopy, it is most desirable to use a single STED beam to inhibit multiple dyes together, which ensures that the co-localization errors are minimal.
Integrating phenotypic QTL with protein QTL can also give investigators a more direct link between genotype and phenotype via co-localization of candidate protein abundance with a phenotypic QTL.
The VGLUT1-expressing vesicles showed a large co-localization with markers of SLMVs [9] such as VAMP3 (or cellubrevin, 94 [+ or -] 5.5% for n = 5 cells, Figure 1(c)) and glutamate (92 [+ or -] 6.2% for n = 5 cells, Figure 1(d)).