Blots of crude cow cerebellum homogenate blotted with Aldolase-C. The monoclonal antibody binds strongly and cleanly to a band at about 40 kDa. Other studies show that this antibody does not recognize the very closely related molecules aldolase A or B.
Image: Blots of mouse brain homogenates stained with Fox1. Antibody binds closely spaced 48kDa and 46kDa bands. http://www.neuromics.com/ittrium/visit/A1x66x1y1x85b1x1x9cy1x6217x1x96y1x71bbx1y1x71b8x1x82y1x8f74x1x7f
Overview of actin gamma IP procedure using SureBeads Magnetic Beads followed by western blot detection of the IP sample with an anti-actin gamma primary antibody and a standard secondary antibody or TidyBlot. Using TidyBlot enables the detection of actin gamma without interference from the IgG heavy chain; the molecular weights of actin-gamma (46 kDa) and the IgG heavy chain (50 kDa) are very close, which often results in masking of the actin gamma band by the IgG heavy chain.
Antimatter belt around the earth, http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-14405122, A thin band of antimatter particles called antiprotons enveloping the Earth has been spotted for the first time. The antiprotons were spotted by the Pamela satellite (an acronym for Payload for Antimatter Matter Exploration and Light-nuclei Astrophysics) - launched in 2006 to study the nature of high-energy particles from the Sun and from beyond our Solar System - so-called cosmic rays.