Figure 1: Immunofluorescence staining for dystrophin in TA muscle between BL10, MDX, and Treated groups. Mean with standard error showing statistical significance (***) with a p-value < 0.005.

A broad array of immunofluorescent antibodies can be used to assess specific aspects of muscle physiology such as fiber typing and muscle regeneration. In histological sections, fibronectin, collagen, IgG, and Laminin are routinely analyzed to assess neuromuscular disease pathologies.