Published work relying on immunoGlobe services (selection):

  • Wild et al. (2011) Science 333:228-33.
  • Günther et al. (2009) J. Mol. Med. 87:31-41.
  • Pagenstecher et al. (2009) Hum. Mol. Genetics 18: 911–918.
  • Fritsche et al. (2008) Nature Genetics 40: 892-896.
  • Agerer et al. (2003) J. Biol. Chem. 278,: 42524–42531.
  • Butt et al. (2003) J. Biol. Chem. 278,: 15601-15607.

"Ich habe die Antikörper sowohl mittels Western Blot als auch Immunfluoreszenz getestet. In beiden Fällen sind die Resultate sehr gut. Beide Antikörper (…) erkennen nur das phosphorylierte Protein."

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Our specialization:

Antibodies against phospho sites / point mutations / isoforms / any other modification


Features that typically have been associated with monoclonal antibodies only, now are also possible with polyclonal rabbit antibodies - due to sophisticated immunization, purification, and depletion schemes on multiple proteins or peptides.

 

  • antibodies specifically recognizing a neo-epitope (e.g. a cleavage site) - but not the parental protein
  • antibodies discriminating between different isoforms, splicing variants, or mutants that differ in as few as one single (1) amino acid or, in extreme cases, even a single atom (Phe>Tyr, Tyr>Phe).
  • antibodies discriminating between different states of neighboring double-phosphorylation sites