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Fig. 4 | Fluids and Barriers of the CNS

Fig. 4

From: Claudin-12 is not required for blood–brain barrier tight junction function

Fig. 4

Lack of reagents allowing to detect expression of claudin-12 protein. Immunoblot analysis of claudin-12 protein levels in freshly isolated brain microvessels (a) and in skeletal muscle (b) from WT and claudin-12lacZ/lacZ C57BL/6J mice, using three different polyclonal anti-claudin-12 antibodies. Three independent immunoblots for both skeletal muscle and brain microvessels were analysed

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