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Micrograph Galleries - Gallery 5

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1) TS inflorescence stem of Arabidopsis labelled with Calcofluor for cellulose (blue) and anti-xylan LM10 (FITC).  Hand-sectioned material. lm 2004

2) TS young internode of tobacco stem labelled with CBM2a that binds to crystalline cellulose. The his-tagged CBM is detected with anti-his antibodies. Wax-embedded material. lm 2004 ref

 

3) The same section of tobacco stem as shown in 2) labelled with Calcofluor White that stains cellulose in all cell walls. lm 2004

4) TS older internode of tobacco stem labelled with CBM2a that binds to crystalline cellulose. The his-tagged CBM is detected with anti-his antibodies. Wax-embedded material. lm 2004 ref

 

5) Calcofluor White staining of an equivalent section of tobacco stem as shown in 4). lm 2004

 

6) Composite panel of UV-autofluorescence micrographs alongside those showing indirect immunfluorescence labelling with anti-feruloylated-1,4-galactan (LM9) and anti-1,4-galactan (LM5) monoclonal antibodies of hand-cut sections of sugar beet root, spinach petiole, maize root and potato tuber. The LM9 epitope is restricted to the sugar beet and spinach cell walls. Clausen et al. 2004

 

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