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hi there, in regard to your answer to my question below (thanks, by the way), do you know or can you find out why they chose those isoforms and not the others to make up the antibody? it seems as if these are the forms of ifn alpha that companies are using to make elisas and neutralising antibodies, but i'm not sure why. :) thanks! hello, hopefully you can pass this question on to someone who has the answer. i would like to buy an antibody that abcam manufactures: IFN alpha antibody (ab7373) Rat monoclonal to mouse Interferon alpha, sold by Novus Biologicals in the US. My question is, since there are 14 different mouse interferon alpha genes, which isoform does your rat-anti-mouse interferon alpha antibody neutralize? this is really important for my work, so i hope you can help me with this. thanks! The antibody recognizes natural IFN-alpha from L-cells and several recombinant IFN-alpha subtypes. Neutralization of alpha-1, alpha-2, alpha-4, alpha-5 (P), alpha-6 (T) and alpha-A subtypes is possible.
Asked on Sep 19 2003