Recognizes human and rat LC3A/B-I and LC3A/B-II by immunoblotting and immunoprecipitation (~18 kDa and ~16 kDa, respectively). Recognizes mouse LC3A/B-I (~18 kDa). The detection of mouse LC3A/B-II may require specific cell treatment and/or long exposure.
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