bs-0358D [Secondary Antibody]
Donkey Anti-Guinea Pig IgG Antibody (H+L)
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Host: Donkey

Clonality: Polyclonal

Isotype: IgG

Purification: Purified by Protein A.

Storage Buffer: Aqueous buffered solution containing 1% BSA, 50% glycerol and 0.09% sodium azide.

Storage Condition: Store at -20°C for 12 months.

Background: Immunoglobulin G (IgG), is one of the most abundant proteins in serum with normal levels between 8-17 mg/mL in adult blood. IgG is important for our defence against microorganisms and the molecules are produced by B lymphocytes as a part of our adaptive immune response. The IgG molecule has two separate functions; to bind to the pathogen that elicited the response and to recruit other cells and molecules to destroy the antigen. The variability of the IgG pool is generated by somatic recombination and the number of specificities in an individual at a given time point is estimated to be 1011 variants.

Size: 1mg

Concentration: Determined by end user

Applications: WB(1:500-2000)
ELISA(1:500-2000)
IHC-P(1:500-2000)
IHC-F(1:500-2000)

Cross Reactive Species: Guinea Pig

For research use only. Not intended for diagnostic or therapeutic use.

PRODUCT SPECIFIC PUBLICATIONS
  • Murata, Yuzo, et al. "Neuronal and glial expression of inward rectifier potassium channel subunits Kir2. x in rat dorsal root ganglion and spinal cord." Neuroscience Letters (2016).Read more>>
  • Iwamori et al. Identification of KIAA1210 as a novel X-chromosome-linked protein that localizes to the acrosome and associates with the ectoplasmic specialization in testes. (2017) Biol.Reprod. 96:469-477Read more>>
  • Iwamori et al. Identification of KIAA1210 as a novel X-chromosome-linked protein that localizes to the acrosome and associates with the ectoplasmic specialization in testes. (2017) Biol.Reprod. 96:469-477Read more>>
  • Manirujjaman M et al. Degradation of the Tumor Suppressor PDCD4 Is Impaired by the Suppression of p62/SQSTM1 and Autophagy. Cells. 2020 Jan 15;9(1).Read more>>