Area: Cytoskeleton Gamma Tubulin antibodies: New publications In their current PLoS One article titled Plk1-Dependent Recruitment of gamma-Tubulin Complexes to Mitotic Centrosomes Involves Multiple PCM Components Laurence Haren et al. use this anti-gamma-Tubulin antibody for immunohistochemistry. The same anti-gamma-Tubulin antibody is employed by Tibelius et al. in their publication about the relation between Microcephalin, Pericentrin and Mitosis. Furthermore Lixin Mi et al. rely on the anti-gamma-Tubulin antibody with the clone designation TU-30 in two current publications. (Journal of Biological Chemistry, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications) The anti-gamma Tubulin antibody TU-30 is especially suited for detecting the C-Term Peptide EYHAATRPDYISWGTQ by means of immunocytochemistry and western blotting.