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Figure 3

From: A series of N-terminal epitope tagged Hdh knock-in alleles expressing normal and mutant huntingtin: their application to understanding the effect of increasing the length of normal huntingtin’s polyglutamine stretch on CAG140 mouse model pathogenesis

Figure 3

Expression of 3xFlag140Q-htt and HA7Q-htt in 12 month-old Hdh3xFlag140Q/HA7Qcortex and striatum. (A) Confocal microscopy of fresh frozen brain sections containing the striatum and piriform cortex were immunostained with rabbit anti-Flag (green) and mouse anti-HA antibodies (red), while nuclei were visualized with the DNA dye To-Pro-3 (blue). In both the cortex and striatum, the Flag antibody stains a fraction of the nuclei, punctae, and to a lesser extent, the neuropil. HA staining is found diffusely in both the neuropil and in some nuclei. A few punctae co-stain with both Flag and HA antibodies in the cortex and striatum (open arrowheads), and filled arrowheads mark examples of nuclei co-staining with both antibodies. (B) In striatal sections co-immunostained with both Flag and an aggregation-specific antibody (mEM48; MAB5374), the majority of htt inclusions in the neuropil are stained with both antibodies (open arrowheads). Scale bar = 25 μm.

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