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Anti-Pig IFN-Alpha, Clone K9 (MAb)

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Anti-Pig IFN-Alpha, Clone K9 (MAb)

Catalog Number: 27100

This unconjugated mouse monoclonal antibody against Pig Interferon Alpha is suitable for several applications.


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Product Info

Tested Application
  • Neutralization (binds to and neutralizes Pig IFN-Alpha)
Suggested Applications*
  • Western Blot (WB)
  • Immunoprecipitation
  • Immunohistochemistry


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


Formulation Supplied as a liquid
Antigen Pig interferon alpha
Isotype IgG1
Host Species Mouse
Purity > 95% by SDS-PAGE stained by Coomassie Blue
Specificity N/A
Storage For retention of full activity store at -20°C or below
Antigen Synonyms None
Clone K9


12 Citations


  1. Khatun, Amina, et al. (2020). Effect of polymorphisms in porcine guanylate-binding proteins on host resistance to PRRSV infection in experimentally challenged pigs. BMC Veterinary Research, 14 pgs. PMID: 32075688. (link)

  2. Shabir, Nadeem, et al. (2018). In vitro immune responses of porcine alveolar macrophages reflect host immune responses against porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome viruses. BMC Veterinary Research, 13 pgs. PMID: 30509265. (link)

  3. Dobrescu, et al. (2014). In Vitro and Ex Vivo Analyses of Co-Infections with Swine Influenza and Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Viruses. Veterinary Microbiology, 14 pgs. PMID: 24418046. (link)

  4. Miller, Laura, et al. (2010). Cytokine Protein Expression Levels in Tracheobronchial Lymph Node Homogenates of Pigs Infected with Pseudorabies Virus. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, 7 pgs. PMID: 20219878. (link)

  5. Guzylack-Piriou, et al. (2010). Porcine Flt3 and Its Receptor: Generation of Dendritic Cells and Identification of a New Marker for Porcine Dendritic Cells. Developmental & Comparative Immunology, 9 pgs. PMID: 20015454. (link)

  6. Masic, et al. (2009). Elastase-Dependent Live Attenuated Swine Influenza A Viruses are Immunogenic and Confer Protection Against Swine Influenza A Virus Infection in Pigs. JVI, 12 pgs. PMID: 19625412. (link)

  7. Alves, MP, et al. (2007). Toll-like receptor 7 and MyD88 knockdown by lentivirus-mediated RNA interference to porcine dendritic cell subsets. Gene Therapy. PMID: 17330086. (link)

  8. De los Santos, et al. (2006). The Leader Proteinase of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus Inhibits the Induction of Beta Interferon mRNA and Blocks the Host Innate Immune Response. JVI, 8 pgs. PMID: 16439546. (link)

  9. Balmelli, Carole, et al. (2005). Fc gamma RII-dependent sensitisation of natural interferon-producing cells for viral infection and interferon-alpha responses. European Journal of Immunology, 10 pgs. PMID: 16021600. (link)

  10. Lee, SM, et al. (2004). Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus field isolates differ in in vitro interferon phenotypes. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. PMID: 15507307. (link)

  11. Bensaude, et al. (2004). Classical Swine Fever Virus Induces Proinflammatory Cytokines and Tissue Factor Expression and Inhibits Apoptosis and Interferon Synthesis During the Establishment of Long-Term Infection of Porcine Vascular Endothelial Cells. Journal of General Virology, 8 pgs. PMID: 15039545. (link)

  12. Moraes, MP, et al. (2003). Immediate protection of swine from foot-and-mouth disease: a combination of adenoviruses expressing interferon alpha and a foot-and-mouth disease virus subunit vaccine. Vaccine. PMID: 14615155. (link)




  1. L'Haridon, et al., (1991), Hybridoma, 10:35

  2. Splichal, et al., (1994), Immunology Letters, 43:203


Certificate of Analysis (CoA) and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
27100-1 CoA

27100-1 Certificate of Analysis


Materials Safety Data Sheet