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      OverviewThe Ig-Primer Sets are designed for amplification of immunoglobulin (Ig) variable region cDNAs from human and mouse sources. Mammalian light- and heavy-chain Igs contain conserved regions adjacent to the hypervariable complementarity defining regions (CDRs). Appropriately designed oligonucleotide primer sets enable these regions to be specifically amplified using PCR (Larrick 1989, Jones 1991), after which the products may be sequenced directly or cloned. This powerful method enables rapid, precise analysis of hybridomas, myeloma cell progression and heterogeneity, idiotype networks, B-cell clonal ontogeny, and phylogenetic relationships.

      In practice, total RNA is isolated from a B-cell source, such as peripheral blood, lymph node(s), spleen, or hybridoma, and first-strand cDNA is prepared using reverse transcriptase. The primer sets are then used in PCR to specifically amplify the variable regions of light- and heavy-chain cDNAs.

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      Catalogue Number69831
      Brand Family Novagen®
      ReferencesLarrick, J.W., et al. 1989. Biochem. Biophys. Res.
      160, 1250. Jones, S.T. and Bendig, M.M. 1991.
      Biotechnology 9, 88.
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      500 pmolMu IgM VH 3ʹ-1 Primer
      500 pmolMu IgG VH 3ʹ-2 Primer
      500 pmolMu Ig VH 5ʹ-A Primer
      500 pmolMu Ig VH 5ʹ-B Primer
      100 pmolMu Ig VH 5ʹ-C Primer
      100 pmolMu Ig VH 5ʹ-D Primer
      100 pmolMu Ig VH 5ʹ-E Primer
      100 pmolMu Ig VH 5ʹ-F Primer
      500 pmolMu Igκ VL 3ʹ-1 Primer
      500 pmolMu Igκ VL 5ʹ-A Primer
      500 pmolMu Igκ VL 5ʹ-B Primer
      100 pmolMu Igκ VL 5ʹ-C Primer
      100 pmolMu Igκ VL 5ʹ-D Primer
      100 pmolMu Igκ VL 5ʹ-E Primer
      100 pmolMu Igκ VL 5ʹ-F Primer
      100 pmolMu Igκ VL 5ʹ-G Primer
      500 pmolMu Igλ VL 3ʹ-1 Primer
      500 pmolMu IgMλ VL 5ʹ-A Primer
      10 µlMouse Positive Control PCR Template
      Quality LevelMQ100
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      Ship Code Shipped with Blue Ice or with Dry Ice
      Toxicity Standard Handling
      Storage -20°C
      Avoid freeze/thaw Avoid freeze/thaw
      Do not freeze Ok to freeze
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      Catalog Number GTIN
      69831-3 04055977274011


      Mouse Ig-Primer Set Certificates of Analysis

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      Reference overview
      Larrick, J.W., et al. 1989. Biochem. Biophys. Res.
      160, 1250. Jones, S.T. and Bendig, M.M. 1991.
      Biotechnology 9, 88.


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