you may find many different anti integrin antibodies at Gibco and especially
at Pharmingen (find the web site in a research engine). I could not find a
commercially available pan integrin antiserum (altough it has been developed
and used in some labs and research papers). Since the integrin family has
many different alpha subunits and a reduced number of beta subunits, it can
be more convenient and cheaper to test antibodies to the beta subunits.
Please, let me know if you find a pan integrin (polyclonal and directed
against many different alpha and beta subunits) antiserum.
Dr. Roberto Gualtieri
gualtier at dgbm.unina.it
Ian Goodfellow ha scritto nel messaggio ...
>>Does anyone know where I can get a panel of integrin antibodies at a
>relatively cheap price. We only need a tiny amount of each (10ul would
>suffice) to screen for some virus receptors - altenatively a polyclonal
>that recognises many Integrin subunits would suffice to start off with
>>Dr Ian Goodfellow
>Dept of Animal and Microbial Science
>University of Reading
>>Tel:0118 9875123 ext 7894