IGHG3 Antibody, Biotin conjugated | CSB-PA011158OD01HU
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IGHG3 Antibody, Biotin conjugated | CSB-PA011158OD01HU | Cusabio
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Product Type: Polyclonal Antibody
Target Names: IGHG3
Aliases: Immunoglobulin heavy constant gamma 3 (HDC) (Heavy chain disease protein) (Ig gamma-3 chain C region), IGHG3
Background: Constant region of immunoglobulin heavy chains. Immunoglobulins, also known as antibodies, are membrane-bound or secreted glycoproteins produced by B lymphocytes. In the recognition phase of humoral immunity, the membrane-bound immunoglobulins serve as receptors which, upon binding of a specific antigen, trigger the clonal expansion and differentiation of B lymphocytes into immunoglobulins-secreting plasma cells. Secreted immunoglobulins mediate the effector phase of humoral immunity, which results in the elimination of bound antigens (PubMed:22158414, PubMed:20176268) . The antigen binding site is formed by the variable domain of one heavy chain, together with that of its associated light chain. Thus, each immunoglobulin has two antigen binding sites with remarkable affinity for a particular antigen. The variable domains are assembled by a process called V- (D) -J rearrangement and can then be subjected to somatic hypermutations which, after exposure to antigen and selection, allow affinity maturation for a particular antigen (PubMed:17576170, PubMed:20176268) .
Uniport ID: P01860
Host Species: Rabbit
Species Reactivity: Human
Immunogen: Peptide sequence from Human Immunoglobulin heavy constant gamma 3 protein (312-324AA)
Immunogen Species: Homo sapiens (Human)
Tested Applications: ELISA
Purification Method: >95%, Protein G purified
Buffer: Preservative: 0.03% Proclin 300
Constituents: 50% Glycerol, 0.01M PBS, PH 7.4
Storage: Upon receipt, store at -20°C or -80°C. Avoid repeated freeze.
Initial Research Areas: Signal Transduction
Research Areas: Signal Transduction