Only in Titles

           Search results for: Mouse Anti-beta-Amyloid(1-16) (human) Polyclonal Antibody, FITC conjugated,Isotype: IgG   

paperclip

#15896799   2005/06/15 Save this To Up

Removal of therapeutic anti-lymphocyte antibodies from human sera prior to anti-human leukocyte antibody testing.

Both monoclonal (e.g. Orthoclone (OKT3), rituximab) and polyclonal (e.g. ATGAM, Thymoglobulin (Thymo)) anti-lymphocyte Abs (ALAs) are used extensively in organ transplantation for immunosuppression induction, desensitization, and treatment of acute rejection. ALAs often interfere with post transplant immunologic monitoring. We describe a method that uses magnetic beads to selectively remove ALAs from patient serum. Rabbit anti-mouse Fc-specific (180 mug), or rabbit anti-mouse Fab-specific (180 microg), or rabbit anti-horse heavy and light chain-specific and rabbit anti-horse F(ab')2 (200 microg) (Jackson Immunoresearch) was adsorbed to 6.7 x 10(8) Dynabeads M-280 conjugated with sheep anti-rabbit IgG (Dynal Biotech). Fifty microliters of normal human serum (NHS) with 2 microg/ml of OKT3 or 100 microg/ml ATGAM, Thymo, or rituximab were incubated with conjugated beads for several incubations. NHS containing ALAs before and after treatment by the protocol were incubated with human lymphocytes and labeled with FITC-antibody to immunoglobulin of the species used to produce the particular ALA. Residual ALA was determined using flow cytometry. Average median channel for serum with or without ALA was 11.1 and 0.120, respectively for OKT3; 64.4 and 0.344 for ATGAM; 108.5 and 0.200 for Thymo; and 1022.5 and 11.4 for rituximab. Treatment lowered the median channel for serum with OKT3 to 0.103, 0.309 for ATGAM, 0.199 for Thymo, and 12.1 for rituximab. ALAs can be effectively removed from serum by the use of magnetic beads conjugated with Ab specific for ALA thereby permitting immunologic monitoring without interference.

1318 related Products with: Removal of therapeutic anti-lymphocyte antibodies from human sera prior to anti-human leukocyte antibody testing.

Anti AGO2 Human, Monoclon Anti AGO2 Human, Monoclon Anti Human AGO3, Monoclon Mouse anti Human IgA anti Mouse anti Human IgE anti Mouse anti Human IgE anti Mouse anti Human IgE anti Mouse anti Human IgE anti Mouse anti Human IgG anti Mouse anti Human IgG anti Mouse anti Human IgG anti Mouse anti Human IgM anti

Related Pathways

  •  
  • No related Items
paperclip

#8876053   1997/01/21 Save this To Up

Localization by indirect immunofluorescence of nitric oxide synthase in mouse and human spermatozoa.

The localization of nitric oxide synthase was studied in mouse epididymal spermatozoa and freshly ejaculated human sperm. A rabbit antiserum against the neuronal isoform of the enzyme was used, and antibody binding was detected with a fluorescein isothiocyanate-conjugated polyclonal antibody specific for rabbit IgG. In mouse spermatozoa, the percentage of cells staining specifically ranged from 88% to 98%. Samples were examined after 0-, 90- and 150-min incubations in vitro. Three different patterns of staining were observed: (a) Pattern I, intense fluorescent staining localized in the acrosome and in a segment of the tail; (b) Pattern II, fluorescent staining localized only in the tail; and (c) Pattern III, faint fluorescent staining localized in the acrosomal cap and in the tail. The potential physiological significance of these patterns is discussed. Nitric oxide synthase was also localized in the acrosome of freshly ejaculated human sperm.

1685 related Products with: Localization by indirect immunofluorescence of nitric oxide synthase in mouse and human spermatozoa.

Rat inducible nitric oxid Rabbit Anti-Nitric Oxide Nitric Oxide Synthase, mo Goat Anti-Human, Mouse HI Goat Anti-Human FTO (Mous Goat Anti-Human, Mouse EB Goat Anti-Human, Mouse, R Goat Anti-Human, Mouse, R Goat Anti-Human, Mouse AR Goat Anti-Human Apolipopr Mouse Anti-Human Interleu Mouse Anti-Human Interleu

Related Pathways

paperclip

#7741191   1995/06/08 Save this To Up

Demonstration of specific high-affinity Fc epsilon-receptors on the human basophil-like leukemia cell line KU812 by flow cytometry.

The specificity of IgE binding to a human basophil-like cell line (KU812) was studied by flow cytometry. Four IgE myeloma proteins, representing both light-chain types, one chimeric IgE protein, and polyclonal serum IgE blocked the direct binding of FITC-labeled IgE(DES) myeloma protein to KU812 cells in a dose-dependent and nearly equimolar way. Although not as efficiently as human IgE (from five to eight times less on a molar basis), both rat and mouse IgE blocked IgE(DES)-FITC binding to KU812 cells. In sharp contrast, all four human IgG subclasses, both IgA subclasses, and IgM myeloma proteins, as well as monomeric and heat-aggregated polyclonal human IgG, were unable to block significantly IgE(DES)-FITC binding to KU812 cells (< 0.5% on a molar basis). The cytophilic epitope on IgE was heat-susceptible (56 degrees C, 2 h), lost after reduction alkylation, and resident in the papain-derived Fc epsilon-fragment, but not in the papain-derived Fab epsilon- and Fc'epsilon-fragments nor in the pepsin-derived F(ab')2 epsilon- and Fc"epsilon-fragments. Washing and displacement experiments indicated that a major part of IgE reacted with high affinity to KU812 cells. The results indicate that the binding of IgE to KU812 cells is highly specific and involves the classical high-affinity Fc epsilon RI-receptor. Although the density of receptors is low, this human cell line offers a unique model to study IgE/Fc epsilon RI interactions.

1307 related Products with: Demonstration of specific high-affinity Fc epsilon-receptors on the human basophil-like leukemia cell line KU812 by flow cytometry.

anti SLAM anti CDw150 IgG Recombinant Human T-cell Recombinant Human T-cell Recombinant Human T-cell Cell Meter™ JC 10 Mitoc Cell Meter™ NIR Mitocho Cell Meter™ Mitochondri Cell Meter™ Intracellul Cell Meter™ Generic Flu Cell Meter™ Generic Flu Cell Meter™ Fluorometri Cell Meter™ Annexin V B

Related Pathways

  •  
  • No related Items
paperclip

#7864993   1995/01/13 Save this To Up

Malaria vaccine research.

In our report "Activation of Raf as a result of recruitment to the plasma membrane" (3 June, p. 1463) (1), panels E and F of figure 1 on page 1464 were incorrect. The correct photographs appear below. In addition, the [See figure in the PDF file] second sentence of the legend to figure 1 should have read, "The Raf constructs were tagged at the COOH-terminus with a Glu-Glu epitope (MEYMPME) (24) for c-Raf, or at the NH(2)-terminus with both the Glu-Glu and the Myc (MEQKLISEEDL) (23) epitopes for RafCAAX"; the next-to-the-last sentence of the legend to figure 1 should have read, "The c-Raf constructs in (A through D) are Glu-Glu-tagged and were detected by using an anti Glu-Glu antibody, and the RafCAAX and Raf6QCAAX constructs used in E and F were detected by using the antibody to Raf COOH-terminal peptide"; and the third sentence of note 26 should have read, "After blocking with 5% milk in phosphate-buffered saline (M-PBS), cells were incubated with a mouse monoclonal antibody to Glu-Glu or a rabbit polyclonal antibody to a 20-amino acid COOH-terminal peptide of Raf-1 (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Santa Cruz, California), washed, and incubated with donkey antibodies to mouse or rabbit IgG combined with Texas Red (Jackson) in M-PBS, washed, and mounted in FITC-Guard (Testog)."

2260 related Products with: Malaria vaccine research.

Malaria pan antigen test, Malaria pf antigen test, Malaria pf pv antigen tes Recombinant P. falciparum Recombinant P. falciparum Recombinant P. falciparum 2 CAT (Adrenaline + Norad 3 CAT (Adrenaline + Norad Serotonin high sensitive Malaria Ab ( recAg screen Mouse Anti-P. falciparum Mouse Anti-Plasmodium fal

Related Pathways

paperclip

#8207263   1994/07/08 Save this To Up

Application of a flow cytometric method using autofluorescence and a tandem fluorescent dye to analyze human alveolar macrophage surface markers.

Human resident alveolar macrophages (AM) exhibit autofluorescence when excited by light from 488 nm lasers used by most flow cytometers. Because this autofluorescence occurs at peak 540 nm, it obscures fluorescence generated by commonly used immunofluorescent reagents (e.g., antibodies conjugated to fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) or R-phycoerythrin (R-PE)) applied for cell surface marker analysis. Therefore, a two color flow cytometric method has been developed that permits the quantitative phenotypic analysis of AM without influence by their natural autofluorescence. In this method, a commercially available preparation of secondary polyclonal antibodies (recognizing primary specific mouse IgG monoclonal antibodies) that are conjugated to a tandem fluorochrome dye (containing R-PE and Cy5) is used. Using this method, the expression of 12 different surface markers on AM obtained from bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) of 13 subjects was analyzed and compared with their expression on the surface of peripheral blood monocytes. This method will facilitate analysis of surface markers on AM in a variety of disorders.

2222 related Products with: Application of a flow cytometric method using autofluorescence and a tandem fluorescent dye to analyze human alveolar macrophage surface markers.

TOM1-like protein 2 antib TOK-1 alpha antibody Sour TOM1L1 antibody Source Ra Rabbit Anti-AACT-Alpha1 A Rabbit Anti-beta-Amyloid( Rabbit Anti-Nogo-A Polycl Rabbit Anti-nNOS-1 Polycl Rabbit Anti-Nociceptin re Rabbit Anti-Nociceptin re Rabbit Anti-Nociceptin re Rabbit Anti-Nociceptin re Rabbit Anti-ET-1 Polyclon

Related Pathways

paperclip

#1401937   1992/10/26 Save this To Up

The detection of intracytoplasmic interleukin-1 alpha, interleukin-1 beta and tumour necrosis factor alpha expression in human monocytes using two colour immunofluorescence flow cytometry.

Two colour flow cytometry was used to analyse in situ cytokine expression by human monocytes. Whole blood was cultured in siliconised glass bottles, with or without E. coli lipopolysaccharide (LPS), for various times, and the mononuclear cells (MNCs) then exposed to a variety of permeabilisation procedures prior to flow cytometric analysis. Paraformaldehyde (PF)/saponin fixation preserved cellular morphology, and caused a reproducible degree of permeabilisation (estimated by propidium iodide inclusion: mean 94%, range 86-99% (n = 33)). After fixation with 4% PF and permeabilisation with 1% saponin at 0 degrees C in PBS containing 20% human serum, MNCs were incubated with phycoerythrin(PE)-conjugated mouse anti-CD14 (monocyte phenotype) and polyclonal rabbit anti-human interleukin-1 alpha (IL-1 alpha), IL-1 beta, tumour necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha), or control rabbit IgG. Binding of rabbit antibodies was detected using goat anti-rabbit IgG fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC). FITC fluorescence was increased in CD14 PE positive cells with the three anti-cytokine antibodies following LPS stimulation, compared with controls. There was a reproducible dose related response in monocyte IL-1 beta and TNF-alpha expression following LPS stimulation, with early peaks in TNF-alpha (2 h), compared with IL-1 beta (4 h), and IL-1 alpha (12 h). Specificity of this cytokine detection system was confirmed by inhibition studies using the corresponding recombinant human cytokines, by an absence of staining in CD14 negative or unpermeabilised MNCs, and by the characteristic cytoplasmic localisation of the different cytokines visualised with UV immunochemistry. Hence, the methods described here provide a reproducible, semiquantitative and specific assay for the detection of cell associated monokines. The technique may be applicable to the analysis of a variety of different cytokines in other phenotypically defined cell populations.

1384 related Products with: The detection of intracytoplasmic interleukin-1 alpha, interleukin-1 beta and tumour necrosis factor alpha expression in human monocytes using two colour immunofluorescence flow cytometry.

Human Interleukin-1-alpha ELISA Human , Interleukin Human Tumor Necrosis Fact Mouse Anti-Human Interleu Mouse Anti-Human Interleu Mouse Anti-Human Interleu Recombinant Porcine Inter Recombinant Rat Interleuk Recombinant Rat Interleuk Rabbit Anti-14-3-3(Alpha Rabbit Anti-IKK alpha + I Rabbit Anti-IKK alpha + I

Related Pathways

paperclip

#1386353   1992/08/28 Save this To Up

Cross-species reactivity of the anti-idiotype anti-OKT3 cascade between mice and humans.

The administration of murine mAb specific for the CD3 epsilon subunit of the TCR complex (OKT3) has been demonstrated to engender in humans an anti-OKT3 idiotypic cascade. This study used murine-derived anti-OKT3 (Ab2) as a bioreagent to determine whether this Ab2 and polyclonal anti-(anti-OKT3) (Ab3) generated in some human kidney transplant patients are idiotypically connected. Two anti-OKT3 mAbs G-880 (IgG1) and M-12 (IgM) were derived by immunizing BALB/c mice with the OKT3-secreting hybridoma. The two mAbs exhibited specificity for OKT3 F(ab)'2 idiotypic determinants. Both mAbs were tested for their ability to inhibit OKT3 induced mitogenesis and to block FITC-OKT3 binding to cell surface CD3 epsilon chain. The M-12 mAb inhibited OKT3-induced mitogenesis and blocked (approximately 60%) the binding of OKT3 to peripheral blood (PBL) T-cell CD3 epsilon chain in flow cytometry. In contrast, the G-880 mAb did not inhibit mitogenesis and only weakly blocked OKT3 binding to CD3 epsilon chain (approximately 12%). Sera of kidney transplant recipients who received OKT3 antirejection therapy and who developed antiidiotypic anti-OKT3 antibodies could be divided into two subgroups exhibiting anti-OKT3 activity: (a) those who had similar specificity as M-12 and failed to enhance the M-12 inhibition of OKT3 binding to PBL T-cell CD3 epsilon chain when added as a third component (n = 3), and (b) those with anti-OKT3 antibodies with idiotype specificity dissimilar to M-12 and who were able to increase the (maximum 60%) inhibition obtained with M-12 in the OKT3 to T-cell CD3-binding assay (n = 4). From these observations, we conclude that M-12 had the characteristics of an Ab2 beta and G-880 that of an Ab2 alpha. Additionally, there was an idiotypic connectivity of mouse-derived M-12 anti-OKT3 (Ab2) and OKT3-engendered human polyclonal anti-(anti-OKT3) (Ab3), in that three of seven patients examined had human serum IgG antibodies that specifically recognized M-12 idiotypic determinants as demonstrated in ELISA.

1599 related Products with: Cross-species reactivity of the anti-idiotype anti-OKT3 cascade between mice and humans.

Primary antibody IRAK-2 Anti-SARS Spike Protein I Mouse Anti-SARS Nucleocap Mouse Anti-SARS Spike IgG Anti-SARS Nucleocapsid Pr Anti-Myogenic factor 6 (M Mouse monoclonal anti-fla Anti-Human NaPi-2 NPT2a I Anti C Reactive Protein A MOUSE ANTI BOVINE ROTAVIR Rabbit Anti-Human Androge Rabbit Anti-Human Androge

Related Pathways

  •  
  • No related Items
paperclip

#1417064   1992/11/06 Save this To Up

Immunohistochemical localization of basic fibroblast growth factor in wound healing sites of mouse skin.

The immunohistochemical localization of basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) was examined during wound healing in mouse skin. Frozen sections taken from the rounded skin defects were reacted with polyclonal anti-human recombinant bFGF IgG followed by incubation with FITC-conjugated IgG. The basal layer keratinocytes and hair bulbs at the wound edge were strongly stained with this antibody. In the reepithelized area, several layers of keratinocytes from the basal layer were positively stained regardless of the time after wounding. These findings suggest that germinative keratinocytes which express bFGF function as leading cells in the covering of the wound defect. However, dermal granulation tissue, including capillary endothelial cells, fibroblasts and macrophages unexpectedly did not demonstrate any immunoreactivity throughout the process of wound healing. Simultaneous histochemical investigation using cultivated mouse keratinocytes and bovine aortic endothelial cells showed primarily cytoplasmic fluorescence. The discrepancy in the staining patterns of endothelial cells in vivo and in vitro suggests that immunoreactive bFGF is either not expressed in vivo, or is processed or masked.

1833 related Products with: Immunohistochemical localization of basic fibroblast growth factor in wound healing sites of mouse skin.

Mouse Fibroblast Growth F Human Fibroblast Growth F Human Fibroblast Growth F Mouse Insulin-like Growth Mouse Fibroblast Growth F Mouse Fibroblast Growth F Goat Anti-Human Fibroblas Mouse Anti-Insulin-Like G Mouse Insulin-like Growth Rat monoclonal anti mouse Rat monoclonal anti mouse Rat monoclonal anti mouse

Related Pathways

paperclip

#1712263   1991/08/13 Save this To Up

Concomitant delineation of surface Ig, B-cell differentiation antigens, and HLADR on lymphoid proliferations using three-color immunocytometry.

Accurate and consistent enumeration of B-cell subpopulations in lymphoid tissue was achieved through multiparameter three-color immunofluorescence and flow cytometric analysis (FCM). Phycoerythrin (PE)-anti-CD19 (Leu12) and biotinylated anti-HLADr/streptavidin-Duochrome (PE/Texas Red), used in conjunction with polyclonal fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) conjugated anti-surface immunoglobulin (SIg) antibodies, effectively separated non-specific binding and background fluorescence from true B-cell surface FITC immunofluorescence, while concomitantly analyzing for HLADr and CD19 phenotypic expression/deletion. Autofluorescence was measured to establish a fluorescence threshold. A second control measured non-specific binding of isotypic control mouse Ig and non-immune rabbit IgG. Cell suspensions from 128 samples of various lymphoid proliferations were studied. In 116 of the 128 samples, kappa/lambda ratios determined by flow cytometry correlated well with immunocytology results obtained using cytospins from the same cell suspension and with histopathologically established diagnosis. Clonality and lineage as defined immunotypically by flow cytometry was concordant with genotypic results in 64 of the 67 cases evaluated. SIg, HLADr, and CD19 deletions were demonstrated by flow cytometry in 8, 4, and 1 case(s), respectively. Discordance was usually attributable to selective loss of large neoplastic cells in flow cytometry specimens or absent expression of SIg by some cytoplasmic Ig (CIg+) lymphomas.

2438 related Products with: Concomitant delineation of surface Ig, B-cell differentiation antigens, and HLADR on lymphoid proliferations using three-color immunocytometry.

Epidermal Growth Factor ( Epidermal Growth Factor ( Cell Meter™ Colorimetri Cell Meter™ Apoptotic a Mesenchymal Stem Cell Adi Mesenchymal Stem Cell Ost QuantiChrom™ LDH Cytoto Goat Anti- T-cell differe Fluorescein 5 thiosemicar Cellufine Formyl , 50 ml Cellufine Formyl Media Cellufine Formyl , 500 ml

Related Pathways

paperclip

#2373515   1990/08/28 Save this To Up

The human cell-surface glycoproteins HuLy-m5, membrane co-factor protein (MCP) of the complement system, and trophoblast leucocyte-common (TLX) antigen, are CD46.

The non-lineage restricted human CD46 antigen, with two glycoproteins of 56,000 molecular weight (MW) and 66,000 MW, was defined using a panel of monoclonal antibodies (mAb) that included the E4.3 mAb to the HuLy-m5 antigen. Here the E4.3 mAb is used to show that two other human cell-surface molecules, membrane co-factor protein (MCP) of the complement system and trophoblast leucocyte-common antigen (TLX), are the same as HuLy-m5; thus, these three independently identified molecules are equivalently CD46. A mouse mAb to TLX (H316) and a specific rabbit antiserum to purified MCP (RA-MCP) blocked the binding of FITC-labelled E4.3 to the surface of human peripheral blood leucocytes (PBL). In sequential immunoprecipitation studies, E4.3 cleared all molecules detected by H316 and the RA-MCP antiserum. Immunoprecipitation from Chinese hamster ovary cells expressing transfected MCP cDNA showed that E4.3 detects both the mature 66,000 higher MW form of MCP and its 48,000 MW pro-MCP precursor, which lacks O-linked carbohydrate and bears only simple high-mannose-type N-linked carbohydrate. The IgG fraction of a polyclonal antiserum to purified MCP blocked factor I-mediated cleavage of C3b, whereas the E4.3 mAb did not. These data establish that three independently identified antigen systems are indeed the same: HuLy-m5, which shares a cross-reactive epitope with some primate retroviral gp 70 molecules and can be physically associated with class I major histocompatibility complex (MHC) chains in the cell membrane; MCP, of interest as a member of the regulators of complement activation gene family thought to protect autologous cells from complement activation; and TLX, a polymorphic molecule of interest for its potential role at the foeto-maternal tissue interface during pregnancy. Thus, the human CD46 antigen amalgamates the HuLy-m5, MCP and TLX cell-membrane glycoproteins.

2342 related Products with: The human cell-surface glycoproteins HuLy-m5, membrane co-factor protein (MCP) of the complement system, and trophoblast leucocyte-common (TLX) antigen, are CD46.

Recombinant Human PKC the Recombinant Human PKC the Recombinant Human PKC the Human, Complement C1q tum CD45, Leucocyte Common A CD45, Leucocyte Common A CD45, Leucocyte Common A anti HBsAg surface antige Human Stem Cell Factor SC Human Monocyte Chemotacti Human Monocyte Chemotacti Human Monocyte Chemotacti

Related Pathways