70796 His•Tag® Monoclonal Antibody

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          The His•Tag® Monoclonal Antibody is a mouse monoclonal antibody (IgG1) directed against the His•Tag sequence encoded by many of the Novagen® expression vectors as well as many other commercially available vectors. The antibody recognizes five consecutive histidine residues regardless of the surrounding amino acid context. The high affinity (Kd = 5 × 10-8 to 1 × 10-9 M) enables sensitive, specific detection of His•Tag fusion proteins at antibody concentrations of 0.1-0.2 µg/ml. The His•Tag Monoclonal Antibody binds to N-terminal, C-terminal, and internal His•Tag sequences. This antibody also detects the recombinant marker bands in the Perfect Protein™ and Trail Mix™ Western Markers for convenient visualization of accurate internal standards on Western blots*. For lowest background in Western blotting applications, Alkali-soluble Casein is recommended as a blocking agent. The 100-µg package size provides enough purified antibody for 1000 ml of working solution.

          * Not recommended for HRP-based detection of Trail Mix Western Markers.



          Catalogue Number70796
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          Storage +2°C to +8°C
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