Immunogen: Peptide in N-terminal region of human ApoE
Availability: Available through the Monoclonal Antibody Core Facility at Helmholtz Center Munich. Please request as Project APO1S, Clone 6C10.
Christian Haass' laboratory
In initial testing on western blots, antibody 6C10 reacted with all three isoforms of human ApoE overexpressed in CHO cells.
Antibody 6C10 reacts with all three isoforms of human ApoE overexpressed in CHO cells. Western blots of conditioned media from CHO cells transfected with one of the three major alleles of human APOE, probed with 6C10 hybridoma supernatant or a commercially available anti-ApoE antibody (SC-E8; Santa Cruz #sc-393302). -, medium from untransfected CHO cells. [Courtesy of Christian Haass' laboratory.]
Generation and epitope mapping
This antibody was generated in rats immunized with a peptide from the N-terminal region of human ApoE, coupled to ovalbumin. Epitope mapping has not been reported.
6C10 recognizes human ApoE.
Last Updated: 15 Dec 2022
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