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acel12093-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif4794KFig. S1 Co-localization of γ-enolase or cathepsin X with LAMP1 in 19-month-aged Tg2576 brain sections. Double immunofluorescence staining for γ-enolase (red fluorescence) and cathepsin X (green fluorescence) with the lysosomal marker LAMP1 (green fluorescence) were performed. Scale bars 20 µm.
acel12093-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif2192KFig. S2 Subcellular co-localization of cathepsin X and γ-enolase in microglia EOC 13.31 cells. Representative images of double immunofluorescence staining for cathepsin X (green fluorescence) with γ-enolase (red fluorescence) in EOC 13.31 cells intoxicated with Aβ (200 nm). Scale bar 20 µm.
acel12093-sup-0003-FigS3.tifimage/tif3304KFig. S3 Intravesicular co-localization of cathepsin X and γ-enolase in microglia EOC 13.31 cells. Representative images of triple immunofluorescence staining for LAMP1 (red fluorescence), γ-enolase (green fluorescence) and cathepsin X (blue fluorescence) in EOC 13.31 cells intoxicated with Aβ. Scale bar 10 µm.
acel12093-sup-0004-FigS4.TIFimage/tif2944KFig. S4 Primary microglia cultures isolated from postnatal day 2 mouse brain (BALB/c). Flow cytometry analysis of microglia cells using a CD11b antibody (a) Representative images of a single cell suspension and isolated primary microglia (b).
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