Mouse anti double-stranded RNA (J2, J5 and K1) Comparison Set

Research Use Only
ApplicationsOther Application, Dot Blot, ELISA, ImmunoCytoChemistry, ImmunoHistoChemistry
Product group Antibodies
€ 627,00
3 x 100 ug
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  • Supplier
  • Product Name
    Mouse anti double-stranded RNA (J2, J5 and K1) Comparison Set
  • Delivery Days Customer
  • Applications
    Other Application, Dot Blot, ELISA, ImmunoCytoChemistry, ImmunoHistoChemistry
  • Applications Supplier
    ELISA;Dot blot;Immuno-affinity-chromatography;Immunocytochemistry;Immunohistochemistry
  • Category Supplier
    Primary antibodies
  • Certification
    Research Use Only
  • Clone ID
    J2, J5 and K1
  • Concentration
    Concentration after reconstitution: 1.00 mg/ml as determined by A280 nm (A280 nm = 1.47 corresponds to 1 mg/ml antibody).
  • Estimated Purity
    Gel electrophoretically pure IgG antibody.
  • Host
  • Isotype
  • Scientific Description
    Anti-dsRNA mAb Comparison Set
  • Source
    Female DBA/2 mice were injected intraperitonially with a mixture of 50 ug L-dsRNA and 75 ug methylated bovine serum albumin, emulsified in complete Freund's adjuvant. After several boosts spleen cells were fused with Sp2/0-Agl4 myeloma cells to generate t
  • Storage Instruction
    After reconstitution antibodies should be aliquoted and stored at -20 °C or -70°C. After adding 10 mM sodium azide undiluted antibody can also be stored at +4 °C for a short period of time. For long term storage the mAb should be kept frozen. Repeated freezing/thawing cycles should be avoided. When kept lyophilized the product will remain stable for 10 years at -20 °C or -70°C.


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