Monoclonal Antibodies

Monoclonal antibodies (mAb) are antibodies that are made by identical immune cells that are all clones of a unique parent cell. The main benefit of monoclonal antibodies is their homogeneity and consistency. The singular specificity provided by monoclonal antibodies is useful in studies focusing on protein-protein interactions, phosphorylation states and in the identification of single members of protein families, e.g. Isomers.

St John's Laboratory provide a wide range of monoclonal antibodies: mouse antibodies, rabbit antibodies, mouse & rabbit recombinant antibodies, and mouse & chicken recombinant antibodies.

  • Anti-GFP/eGFP-Tag antibody [STJ99311]

    Western blot detection of EGFP/EYFP expression in Rosetta E. coli cells induced by 0 (A) or 0. 1mM (B) IPTG using EGFP/EYFP mouse mAb (1:1000 diluted). Predicted band size: 30KDa Observed band size: 30KDa.
    Clonality: Monoclonal
    Host: Mouse
    Reactivity: EGFP, EYFP
    Applications: ELISA, WB