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    Anti rat complement C3 goat antiserum to
    Description:
    Product is the lyophilized powder of goat antiserum to rat complement C3 and buffer salts
    Catalog Number:
    0855713
    Price:
    165.6
    Category:
    Life Sciences Antibodies Antisera
    Applications:
    Immunoassays, Immunoelectrophoresis, Immunodiffusion, Immunoprecipitation
    Size:
    2 mL
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    Valiant goat anti c3
    Anti rat complement C3 goat antiserum to
    Product is the lyophilized powder of goat antiserum to rat complement C3 and buffer salts
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    Average 92 stars, based on 1 article reviews
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    goat anti c3 - by Bioz Stars, 2021-03
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    1) Product Images from "HIV Tat causes synapse loss in a mouse model of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder that is independent of the classical complement cascade component C1q."

    Article Title: HIV Tat causes synapse loss in a mouse model of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder that is independent of the classical complement cascade component C1q.

    Journal: Glia

    doi: 10.1002/glia.23511

    WT animals have elevated C3 activation in response to TAT exposure compared to mice with C1qa KO. Saline or HIV1-Tat was injected into the cortex of WT or C1qa-KO animals and the animals were processed for IHC 28 days later using anti-C3 antibodies. Images were taken at the injection site. Scale = 60μm. B) Quantification of C3 fluorescence intensity. Statistical Analysis: Two-Way ANOVA performed with independent variables: Injection treatment (Tat vs Saline; F (1,22) =11.56; p=0.003 - grey #) and Genotype (WT vs C1qa KO; F (1,22) =1.58; p=0.222). n=6–7 animals per group. No significant interaction between injection treatment and genotype was found (F (1,22) =1.55; p=0.226). ANOVA was followed by Holm’s-Sidak multiple comparison test (p
    Figure Legend Snippet: WT animals have elevated C3 activation in response to TAT exposure compared to mice with C1qa KO. Saline or HIV1-Tat was injected into the cortex of WT or C1qa-KO animals and the animals were processed for IHC 28 days later using anti-C3 antibodies. Images were taken at the injection site. Scale = 60μm. B) Quantification of C3 fluorescence intensity. Statistical Analysis: Two-Way ANOVA performed with independent variables: Injection treatment (Tat vs Saline; F (1,22) =11.56; p=0.003 - grey #) and Genotype (WT vs C1qa KO; F (1,22) =1.58; p=0.222). n=6–7 animals per group. No significant interaction between injection treatment and genotype was found (F (1,22) =1.55; p=0.226). ANOVA was followed by Holm’s-Sidak multiple comparison test (p

    Techniques Used: Activation Assay, Mouse Assay, Injection, Immunohistochemistry, Fluorescence

    2) Product Images from "Sialic acid is a critical fetal defense against maternal complement attack"

    Article Title: Sialic acid is a critical fetal defense against maternal complement attack

    Journal: The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    doi: 10.1172/JCI99945

    CVF decomplements the maternal serum and rescues the inflammatory phenotype of Cmas –/– implants. ( A ) C3 Western blot analysis. Serum of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice at E8.5 was separated by SDS-PAGE and immunostained with anti-C3 antibody. C3 protein was only detectable in PBS-treated mice, but was depleted in CVF-treated pregnant mice. Anti-albumin staining was used as loading control. ( B ) C3 immunohistochemical staining of sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 embryos within the uterus of PBS- or CVF-treated mice. In PBS-treated mothers, C3 reactivity was restricted to the EPC in control implants, but was expanded to the entire fetal-maternal interface in Cmas –/– embryos, with strong staining at the surface of TGCs. In implants of CVF-treated mothers, the C3 reactivity was abolished irrespective of the genotype. Insets show fetal TGCs. ( C ) Ly6G immunohistochemical staining for neutrophils on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri from PBS- or CVF-treated mice. Ly6G-positive cells are sparsely distributed in proximity of control embryos of PBS-treated mothers. In contrast, the entire fetal-maternal boundary of Cmas –/– implants is infiltrated with Ly6G-positive cells in PBS-treated mice. CVF treatment does not change the phenotype of controls but reverts Ly6G staining of Cmas –/– implants to that of controls. ( D ) Quantification of Ly6G-positive cells (neutrophils) on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice. Error bars indicate SD. Statistical analyses were performed by ANOVA with Newman-Keuls post test (*** P
    Figure Legend Snippet: CVF decomplements the maternal serum and rescues the inflammatory phenotype of Cmas –/– implants. ( A ) C3 Western blot analysis. Serum of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice at E8.5 was separated by SDS-PAGE and immunostained with anti-C3 antibody. C3 protein was only detectable in PBS-treated mice, but was depleted in CVF-treated pregnant mice. Anti-albumin staining was used as loading control. ( B ) C3 immunohistochemical staining of sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 embryos within the uterus of PBS- or CVF-treated mice. In PBS-treated mothers, C3 reactivity was restricted to the EPC in control implants, but was expanded to the entire fetal-maternal interface in Cmas –/– embryos, with strong staining at the surface of TGCs. In implants of CVF-treated mothers, the C3 reactivity was abolished irrespective of the genotype. Insets show fetal TGCs. ( C ) Ly6G immunohistochemical staining for neutrophils on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri from PBS- or CVF-treated mice. Ly6G-positive cells are sparsely distributed in proximity of control embryos of PBS-treated mothers. In contrast, the entire fetal-maternal boundary of Cmas –/– implants is infiltrated with Ly6G-positive cells in PBS-treated mice. CVF treatment does not change the phenotype of controls but reverts Ly6G staining of Cmas –/– implants to that of controls. ( D ) Quantification of Ly6G-positive cells (neutrophils) on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice. Error bars indicate SD. Statistical analyses were performed by ANOVA with Newman-Keuls post test (*** P

    Techniques Used: Western Blot, Mouse Assay, SDS Page, Staining, Immunohistochemistry

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    Staining:

    Article Title: Complement C3-Deficient Mice Fail to Display Age-Related Hippocampal Decline
    Article Snippet: Secondary Alexa Fluor-conjugated antibodies (Life Technologies) were added at 1:200 in 0.03% Triton X-100 with 10% goat serum for 2 h at room temperature (RT). .. For C3 staining, immunohistochemistry was performed using a goat anti-rat C3 antibody (1:200; MPBio Cappel) and buffers containing 1–5% BSA instead of goat serum ( ). .. Sections were mounted (Hard Set with DAPI; Vector Laboratories) and coverslipped.

    Immunohistochemistry:

    Article Title: Complement C3-Deficient Mice Fail to Display Age-Related Hippocampal Decline
    Article Snippet: Secondary Alexa Fluor-conjugated antibodies (Life Technologies) were added at 1:200 in 0.03% Triton X-100 with 10% goat serum for 2 h at room temperature (RT). .. For C3 staining, immunohistochemistry was performed using a goat anti-rat C3 antibody (1:200; MPBio Cappel) and buffers containing 1–5% BSA instead of goat serum ( ). .. Sections were mounted (Hard Set with DAPI; Vector Laboratories) and coverslipped.

    Incubation:

    Article Title: The mannose-binding lectin pathway is a significant contributor to reperfusion injury in the type 2 diabetic heart
    Article Snippet: Briefly, 2% rat serum (diluted with veronal-buffered saline with Ca++ and Mg++ (VBS++ )) was added to BSA–GlcNAc-coated 384-well microplates and incubated at 37°C for 30 min. .. The plates were washed and incubated with goat anti-rat C3 antibody (MP Biomedicals), followed by washing and detection with donkey anti-goat IRDye® 800 antibody (1:3,000; Rockland). ..

    Article Title: Contribution of Adipose-derived Factor D/Adipsin to Alternative Pathway Complement Activation: Lessons from Lipodystrophy
    Article Snippet: .. Goat anti-M C3 (MP Biomedicals), goat anti-Hu FB (CompTech), rabbit anti-M P , sheep anti-M FD (R & D) and rabbit anti-Hu FD (Abcam, Cambridge, MA) were incubated with the membranes for 2 h or overnight at 4° at RT. .. Secondary HRP-conjugated rabbit anti-goat IgG (Sigma-Aldrich), goat anti-rabbit IgG (GE Healthcare UK Limited), donkey anti-sheep IgG (R & D) or rabbit anti-human IgG (Jackson Immuno Research) was added for 1 h at 37°C.

    Article Title: Role of IgM and Angiotensin II Type I Receptor Autoantibodies in Local Complement Activation in Placental Ischemia-induced Hypertension in the Rat
    Article Snippet: Non-specific binding was blocked for 30 min with 10% donkey sera in PBS. .. The washed sections were incubated overnight at 4°C with goat anti-rat C3 (MP Biomedical 55713; Santa Ana, CA), rabbit anti-complement 5b-9 (EMD Millipore 204903; Darmstadt, Germany), goat anti-mouse Crry (Santa Cruz sc-25217; Dallas, TX) or rabbit anti-rat IgM (Rockland Immunochemicals 112-4107; Limerick, PA). .. Serial sections were incubated with appropriate isotype control antibodies.

    Article Title: Sialic acid is a critical fetal defense against maternal complement attack
    Article Snippet: .. Depletion of C3 in the serum of CVF-treated animals was confirmed by Western blot: 0.25 μl serum was separated by 12% SDS-PAGE under reducing conditions, transferred to PVDF membrane, and incubated with the primary antibodies goat anti-C3 (1:5,000, Cappel, MP Biomedicals) or goat anti-albumin (1:5,000, ab19194, Abcam) as a loading control. .. After incubation with anti-goat HRP-conjugated secondary antibody (1:15,000, sc-2020, Santa Cruz Biotechnology Inc.), detection was performed with enhanced chemoluminescence.

    Western Blot:

    Article Title: Sialic acid is a critical fetal defense against maternal complement attack
    Article Snippet: .. Depletion of C3 in the serum of CVF-treated animals was confirmed by Western blot: 0.25 μl serum was separated by 12% SDS-PAGE under reducing conditions, transferred to PVDF membrane, and incubated with the primary antibodies goat anti-C3 (1:5,000, Cappel, MP Biomedicals) or goat anti-albumin (1:5,000, ab19194, Abcam) as a loading control. .. After incubation with anti-goat HRP-conjugated secondary antibody (1:15,000, sc-2020, Santa Cruz Biotechnology Inc.), detection was performed with enhanced chemoluminescence.

    SDS Page:

    Article Title: Sialic acid is a critical fetal defense against maternal complement attack
    Article Snippet: .. Depletion of C3 in the serum of CVF-treated animals was confirmed by Western blot: 0.25 μl serum was separated by 12% SDS-PAGE under reducing conditions, transferred to PVDF membrane, and incubated with the primary antibodies goat anti-C3 (1:5,000, Cappel, MP Biomedicals) or goat anti-albumin (1:5,000, ab19194, Abcam) as a loading control. .. After incubation with anti-goat HRP-conjugated secondary antibody (1:15,000, sc-2020, Santa Cruz Biotechnology Inc.), detection was performed with enhanced chemoluminescence.

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    Valiant goat anti c3
    WT animals have elevated C3 activation in response to TAT exposure compared to mice with C1qa KO. Saline or HIV1-Tat was injected into the cortex of WT or C1qa-KO animals and the animals were processed for IHC 28 days later using <t>anti-C3</t> antibodies. Images were taken at the injection site. Scale = 60μm. B) Quantification of C3 fluorescence intensity. Statistical Analysis: Two-Way ANOVA performed with independent variables: Injection treatment (Tat vs Saline; F (1,22) =11.56; p=0.003 - grey #) and Genotype (WT vs C1qa KO; F (1,22) =1.58; p=0.222). n=6–7 animals per group. No significant interaction between injection treatment and genotype was found (F (1,22) =1.55; p=0.226). ANOVA was followed by Holm’s-Sidak multiple comparison test (p
    Goat Anti C3, supplied by Valiant, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Valiant anti goat c3
    WT animals have elevated C3 activation in response to TAT exposure compared to mice with C1qa KO. Saline or HIV1-Tat was injected into the cortex of WT or C1qa-KO animals and the animals were processed for IHC 28 days later using <t>anti-C3</t> antibodies. Images were taken at the injection site. Scale = 60μm. B) Quantification of C3 fluorescence intensity. Statistical Analysis: Two-Way ANOVA performed with independent variables: Injection treatment (Tat vs Saline; F (1,22) =11.56; p=0.003 - grey #) and Genotype (WT vs C1qa KO; F (1,22) =1.58; p=0.222). n=6–7 animals per group. No significant interaction between injection treatment and genotype was found (F (1,22) =1.55; p=0.226). ANOVA was followed by Holm’s-Sidak multiple comparison test (p
    Anti Goat C3, supplied by Valiant, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 86/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    WT animals have elevated C3 activation in response to TAT exposure compared to mice with C1qa KO. Saline or HIV1-Tat was injected into the cortex of WT or C1qa-KO animals and the animals were processed for IHC 28 days later using anti-C3 antibodies. Images were taken at the injection site. Scale = 60μm. B) Quantification of C3 fluorescence intensity. Statistical Analysis: Two-Way ANOVA performed with independent variables: Injection treatment (Tat vs Saline; F (1,22) =11.56; p=0.003 - grey #) and Genotype (WT vs C1qa KO; F (1,22) =1.58; p=0.222). n=6–7 animals per group. No significant interaction between injection treatment and genotype was found (F (1,22) =1.55; p=0.226). ANOVA was followed by Holm’s-Sidak multiple comparison test (p

    Journal: Glia

    Article Title: HIV Tat causes synapse loss in a mouse model of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder that is independent of the classical complement cascade component C1q.

    doi: 10.1002/glia.23511

    Figure Lengend Snippet: WT animals have elevated C3 activation in response to TAT exposure compared to mice with C1qa KO. Saline or HIV1-Tat was injected into the cortex of WT or C1qa-KO animals and the animals were processed for IHC 28 days later using anti-C3 antibodies. Images were taken at the injection site. Scale = 60μm. B) Quantification of C3 fluorescence intensity. Statistical Analysis: Two-Way ANOVA performed with independent variables: Injection treatment (Tat vs Saline; F (1,22) =11.56; p=0.003 - grey #) and Genotype (WT vs C1qa KO; F (1,22) =1.58; p=0.222). n=6–7 animals per group. No significant interaction between injection treatment and genotype was found (F (1,22) =1.55; p=0.226). ANOVA was followed by Holm’s-Sidak multiple comparison test (p

    Article Snippet: We used the following antibodies in these experiments: rabbit anti-Iba1 at 1:1000 (Wako Biochemicals, 019–19741) rabbit anti-C1q (Abcam clone 4.8, KO verified in ( )), goat anti-C3 (MP Biomedicals 55730, KO verified in ( )), and guinea pig anti-piccolo (Synaptic Systems, 142104).

    Techniques: Activation Assay, Mouse Assay, Injection, Immunohistochemistry, Fluorescence

    CVF decomplements the maternal serum and rescues the inflammatory phenotype of Cmas –/– implants. ( A ) C3 Western blot analysis. Serum of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice at E8.5 was separated by SDS-PAGE and immunostained with anti-C3 antibody. C3 protein was only detectable in PBS-treated mice, but was depleted in CVF-treated pregnant mice. Anti-albumin staining was used as loading control. ( B ) C3 immunohistochemical staining of sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 embryos within the uterus of PBS- or CVF-treated mice. In PBS-treated mothers, C3 reactivity was restricted to the EPC in control implants, but was expanded to the entire fetal-maternal interface in Cmas –/– embryos, with strong staining at the surface of TGCs. In implants of CVF-treated mothers, the C3 reactivity was abolished irrespective of the genotype. Insets show fetal TGCs. ( C ) Ly6G immunohistochemical staining for neutrophils on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri from PBS- or CVF-treated mice. Ly6G-positive cells are sparsely distributed in proximity of control embryos of PBS-treated mothers. In contrast, the entire fetal-maternal boundary of Cmas –/– implants is infiltrated with Ly6G-positive cells in PBS-treated mice. CVF treatment does not change the phenotype of controls but reverts Ly6G staining of Cmas –/– implants to that of controls. ( D ) Quantification of Ly6G-positive cells (neutrophils) on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice. Error bars indicate SD. Statistical analyses were performed by ANOVA with Newman-Keuls post test (*** P

    Journal: The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    Article Title: Sialic acid is a critical fetal defense against maternal complement attack

    doi: 10.1172/JCI99945

    Figure Lengend Snippet: CVF decomplements the maternal serum and rescues the inflammatory phenotype of Cmas –/– implants. ( A ) C3 Western blot analysis. Serum of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice at E8.5 was separated by SDS-PAGE and immunostained with anti-C3 antibody. C3 protein was only detectable in PBS-treated mice, but was depleted in CVF-treated pregnant mice. Anti-albumin staining was used as loading control. ( B ) C3 immunohistochemical staining of sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 embryos within the uterus of PBS- or CVF-treated mice. In PBS-treated mothers, C3 reactivity was restricted to the EPC in control implants, but was expanded to the entire fetal-maternal interface in Cmas –/– embryos, with strong staining at the surface of TGCs. In implants of CVF-treated mothers, the C3 reactivity was abolished irrespective of the genotype. Insets show fetal TGCs. ( C ) Ly6G immunohistochemical staining for neutrophils on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri from PBS- or CVF-treated mice. Ly6G-positive cells are sparsely distributed in proximity of control embryos of PBS-treated mothers. In contrast, the entire fetal-maternal boundary of Cmas –/– implants is infiltrated with Ly6G-positive cells in PBS-treated mice. CVF treatment does not change the phenotype of controls but reverts Ly6G staining of Cmas –/– implants to that of controls. ( D ) Quantification of Ly6G-positive cells (neutrophils) on sagittal paraffin sections of E8.5 uteri of PBS- or CVF-treated pregnant mice. Error bars indicate SD. Statistical analyses were performed by ANOVA with Newman-Keuls post test (*** P

    Article Snippet: Depletion of C3 in the serum of CVF-treated animals was confirmed by Western blot: 0.25 μl serum was separated by 12% SDS-PAGE under reducing conditions, transferred to PVDF membrane, and incubated with the primary antibodies goat anti-C3 (1:5,000, Cappel, MP Biomedicals) or goat anti-albumin (1:5,000, ab19194, Abcam) as a loading control.

    Techniques: Western Blot, Mouse Assay, SDS Page, Staining, Immunohistochemistry