Subject: Re: Fusion proteins
From: Amplicom, amplicom at aol.com
Date: 25 Jun 1994 19:36:01 -0400
In article <2uif11$gr4 at search01.news.aol.com> Amplicom, amplicom at aol.com
>In article <2ppr1iINNf3t at medicine.wustl.edu>, HAVILAND at KIDS.WUSTL.EDU>(David L. Haviland, Ph.D.) writes:
>>There is no problem using GST fusion protein for making monoclonal
>antibodies. We do these routinely without cutting off the GST part.
>>I am a new user for internet. I am sure you already have the right
>answer by now.
David (and anyone else who may be interested):
We have made an anti-GST monoclonal to use as a control. If anyone is
interested in getting some, contact me at (313) 763-9271.
University of Michigan Hybridoma Facility