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Mouse monoclonal antibody (9E10 clone) to the Myc tag to study Myc-tagged proteins and c-Myc*; our 9E10 clone is characterized better than any other available Myc-tag antibody.
Rabbit monoclonal antibody (Y69) to c-Myc to specifically detect endogenous c-Myc.
Both antibodies are:
Select the right antibody for your experiments:
|9E10 clone (ab32)||Y69 RabMAb® clone (ab32072)|
|Recognizes Myc tag||Yes||No|
|Recognizes endogenous c-Myc||Yes* – C-term of human c-Myc||Yes – N-term of human, mouse, and rat c-Myc|
|Applications||ChIP, ELISA, flow cytometry, ICC/IF, IHC, IP, protein purification, western blot||Flow cytometry, ICC/IF, IHC, IP, western blot|
|Host species and clonality||Mouse monoclonal||Rabbit monoclonal|
|BSA and azide free formulation||Contact us||Yes|
|Available conjugates||HRP, FITC, Phycoerythrin, Dylight® 488, and more||HRP, Alexa Fluor® 647, 488, and more|
|Suggested secondary antibodies||Goat anti-mouse IgG (HRP) or (Alexa Fluor® 488)||Goat anti-rabbit IgG (HRP) or (Alexa Fluor® 488)|
|Available offers||-||10 µl trial size|
|View data||View data|
*As the 9E10 clone binding epitope is on the Myc dimerization interface, it binds well in applications where Myc is denatured (eg, western blot) but sometimes binds weakly in applications where Myc is in its native form.
ICC/IF = immunocytochemistry; IHC = immunohistochemistry.