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Full length Mouse IgG.
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Thank you for your reply. Our customer had to know all complex's molecular weght. Could you let me know the expected size including gold particle? I am looking forward to your reply, best regards
Asked on Jul 31 2012
Thank you for your reply and I am sorry for the misunderstanding. I can confirm that on average there are 12 antibody IgG molecules attached to each gold nanoparticle. The molecular weight of each antibody IgG molecule is approximat...
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Answered on Jul 31 2012
Dear technical team, Our customer purchased ab27230 and she would like to know molecular weight of this antibody. Please let me know if you have information. Best regards
Asked on Jul 27 2012
Thank you for your inquiry. Antibody (or immunoglobulin) molecules are glycoproteins composed of one or more units, each containing four polypeptide chains: two identical heavy chains (H) and two identical light chains (L). Each hea...
Answered on Jul 27 2012
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