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Dystonin Antibody

Dystonin Antibody

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Human anti Human Dystonin H5E.Hy.4B

Product Code: DDX0450P-100

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    Human anti Human Dystonin H5E.Hy.4B.
    Presentation: Purified
    Product is tested for Frozen Sections, Immunocytochemistry/Immunofluorescence, Western blot / Immunoblot.
  • Additional Information

    SKU DDX0450P-100
    Name Dystonin Antibody
    Size 0.1 mg
    Product Type Antibodies
    Target Dystonin
    Alternative target names Hemidesmosomal plaque protein, Dystonia musculorum protein, BPA, Bullous pemphigoid antigen, DST, BPAG1, DMH, DT, KIAA0728
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    Species Human
    Application WB, IF, IHC frozen section. 

    Usage recommendation:
    *This monoclonal antibody may be used between 5-20 μg/ml.
    *Optimal dilution should be determined by each laboratory for each application.
    *Coupled antibody: to maintain RT before using.
    State Purified
    Concentration 0.5 mg/ml
    Purification QMA Hyper D ion exchangechromatography
    Buffer System Purified: 100 μg in 200μl / 50 μg in 100 μl Tris-NaCl pH 8.
    Coupled: 100 μg in 200 μl / 50 μg in 100 μl PBS 50% glycerol.
    Immunogen EBV cell clones derived from PBMC of patients with the typical clinical, histologic, immunopathologic criteria of Bullous Pemphigoid
    Genename 667
    Clone H5E.Hy.4B
    Supplier Dendritics
    Clonality Monoclonal
    Storage -20°C. KEEP CONTENTS STERILE: no preservative.
    Purified antibodies: avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles.
    Coupled antibodies: glycerol protects from freezing.
    Host species Human
    Applications C, ICC/IF, WB
    UniProt Accession Number Q03001
    Presentation Purified
    Background Bullous pemphigoid is an acquired blistering skin disease associated with production of IgG autoantibodies to the BP antigen. Antibodies-producing cells were established by EBV infection of CD40-activated PBMCs. These antibodies recognize different epitopes of BPAg1. (Peyron E. et al.,.J Immunol,1994,153, 1333)
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