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Antibodies to Cell Membrane

The cell membrane, also known as the plasma membrane, contains many different types of molecules, including proteins which are involved in a variety of cellular processes such as cell signaling, cell adhesion, ion channel conductance, transport of molecules in and out of each cell, and more. Since membrane proteins are responsible for so many vital cell functions, it is easy to see why any dysfunction of these proteins may contribute to diverse human diseases. This also explains why membrane proteins have become prime drug targets.
IF staining of lipid rafts in HEK-293T cells using Anti-Flotillin 1 (F1180).
IF staining of focal adhesions in rat embryo fibroblasts using Anti-Talin, clone 8d4 (T3