A717- Monoclonal anti-human glycated albumin is derived from the hybridoma produced by the fusion of mouse myeloma cells and spelnocytes from an immunized mouse. Native glycated albumin purified from citrated human plasma cells albumin was used as immunogen. Monoclonal anti-human albumin is of the mouse IgG1 subclass as determined by double diffusion assay. The product is provided as IgG, purified from ascites, in PBS. No preservative is added. For best recovery of fluids from the vial, thaw and centrifuge 3 minutes at low speed in a microfuge in order to collect fluid at the bottom of the vial.
*For best results when performing Western blotting or other antibody specific research procedures, purified authentic glycated and deglycated human albumin should be used (these antigens are available from our website).
For continuous use, store at -0.5° C. For extended storage, store at -70° C. Repeated freezing and thawing is not recommended.
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