mAb to ~65 kD ER protein
guivarc_h at bobby.iaf.cnrs-gif.fr
Fri Dec 22 13:18:12 EST 1995
In article <johnaris-2112950759090001 at anat6770.anatomy.med.ufl.edu>,
johnaris at anatomy.med.ufl.edu (John P. Aris) wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> We have prepared a mAb (38H8) that by immunofluorescence specifically
> reacts with the ER (and nuclear envelope), and by western blotting reacts
> well with a protein of about 65 kDal, in yeast. I am interested in
> identifying a collaborator who is interested in using this mAb and
> establishing its immunological reactivity in the process. It is
> monoclonal, and we have frozen cells in order to produce more mAb if
> needed in the future.
> John Aris
> John P. Aris, Ph.D.
> Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
> Health Science Center, Box 100235
> University of Florida
> Gainesville, FL 32610
> johnaris at anatomy.med.ufl.edu
> Tel: (904) 392-1873
> Fax: (904)392-3305
I am very interesting about your mAb but can you send me some informations
about it ? In first time I would to know if your anitbody was directed
against estrogen receptor because in litterature the abbreviation ER was
used for this nuclear receptor. And in a second time do you know if this
mAb cross-react with the rat's ER ?
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
Guivarc_h Dominic e-mail: GUIVARC_H at bobby.iaf.cnrs-gif.fgr
IAF - CNRS tel: (33) 69 82 34 25
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