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Anti-Mouse IFN-Alpha, Rabbit Serum (PAb)

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Anti-Mouse IFN-Alpha, Rabbit Serum (PAb)

Catalog Number: 32100

Unconjugated Rabbit polyclonal antibody against Mouse IFN-Alpha suitable for use in Neutralization, ELISA, immunoprecipitation, and immunohistochemistry

$470.00

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Product Info

Specificity Binds to and neutralizes mouse IFN-Alpha
Tested Application
  • Neutralization
Suggested Applications*
  • ELISA
  • Immunoprecipitation
  • Immunohistochemistry

 

*Please note that these applications are presented for suggested use only and have not been fully evaluated by PBL

 

Immunized by E.coli expressed mouse interferon alpha A

Specifications

Formulation Supplied frozen as neat serum diluted in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS)
Antigen Recombinant mouse interferon alpha A (expressed in E.coli )
Host Species Rabbit
Bioactivity Measured by neutralization of interferon in cytopathic effect inhibition assay using L929 cells.
Storage For retention of full activity store at -70oC or below and avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles
Antigen Synonyms Mouse IFN Alpha, Mouse IFN Alpha Rabbit Polyclonal, Interferon Alpha, IFN Alpha, IFN-a, Type I IFN Alpha

Citations

9 Citations

 

  1. von Buttlar, Heiner, et al. (2014). Identification of Toll-Like Receptor 9 as Parapoxvirus Ovis-Sensing Receptor in Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells. PLOS One, 8 pgs. PMID: 25171368. (link)

  2. Woo, et al. (2013). Developmental Differences in IFN Signaling Affect GATA1s-Induced Megakaryocyte Hyperproliferation. JCI, 14 pgs. PMID: 23863621. (link)

  3. Winterberg, Pamela, et al. (2013). Reactive oxygen species and IRF1 stimulate IFNα production by proximal tubules during ischemic AKI. Renal Physiology, 9 pgs. PMID: 23657854. (link)

  4. Joshi, VD, et al. (2006). A role for Stat1 in the regulation of lipopolysaccharide-induced interleukin-1beta expression. Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research. PMID: 17032168. (link)

  5. Publicover, Jean, et al. (2006). Rapid Pathogenesis Induced by a Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Matrix Protein Mutant: Viral Pathogenesis Is Linked to Induction of Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha. JVI, 9 pgs. PMID: 16809308. (link)

  6. Benencia, Fabian, et al. (2005). HSV oncolytic therapy upregulates interferon-inducible chemokines and recruits immune effector cells in ovarian cancer. Molecular Therapy, 14 pgs. PMID: 15925544. (link)

  7. Pejawar, Sharmila, et al. (2005). Abortive versus Productive Viral Infection of Dendritic Cells with a Paramyxovirus Results in Differential Upregulation of Select Costimulatory Molecules. JVI, 14 pgs. PMID: 15919909. (link)

  8. Malmgaard, Lene, et al. (2004). Viral Activation of Macrophages through TLR-Dependent and -Independent Pathways. Journal of Immunology, 10 pgs. PMID: no PMID.

  9. Barchet, Winfried, et al. (2002). Virus-induced Interferon α Production by a Dendritic Cell Subset in the Absence of Feedback Signaling In Vivo. JEM, 10 pgs. PMID: 11854363. (link)

     

    References

     

    1. Rubinstein, S., Familletti, P.C., and Pestka, S. (1981) "Convenient Assay for Interferons," J. Virol. 37, 755-758

    Documentation

    Certificate of Analysis (CoA) and Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
    32100-1 CoA

    32100-1 Certificate of Analysis

    32100 SDS

    32100 Safety Data Sheet