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The study was supported by the Russian Science Foundation grant 18–74-10095, electrophysiological experiments were supported by Russian Ministry of Science and Education (agreement #075–15–2020-801). The immunofluorescence was performed using equipment of the Core Centrum of Institute of Developmental Biology RAS. The work of AT, IV and LYu was supported by Government program of basic research in Koltzov Institute of Developmental Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences in 2020, No. 0108–2019–0002.
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Suppl. Figure. Analysis of the anti-β5i antibodies. a. The antibodies were obtained after immunization of rabbits with the C-terminal murine β5i peptide (in red) conjugated with ovalbumin. After the third immunization animal sera were analyzed by immunoblotting with the 20S immunoproteasome (Enzo, USA) as the antigen (b). All animal sera were collected, and specific antibodies were obtained by affinity chromatography and tested as above (c). Immunoblotting of the purified recombinant β5i-subunit with the obtained antibodies (d). (PPTX 3593 kb)
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Maltsev, A., Funikov, S., Burov, A. et al. Immunoproteasome Inhibitor ONX-0914 Affects Long-Term Potentiation in Murine Hippocampus. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11481-020-09973-0
- Proteasome inhibitor
- Synaptic plasticity