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Inquiry: Hello Abcam, We purchased three Adducin antibodies from you, and all of them worked very well for our experiments. We are now trying to identify whether they cross-react with different isoforms, and we cannot find this information on your website. So could you please help we clarify (all concerning results on rat, ICC/IF but if you have info on other species/applications, that would be useful, too): 1. For the beta-adducin antibody (ab101668), does it cross-react with alpha- or gamma- adducin? 2. For the two alpha-adducin antibodies we have in hand (ab51130 and ab40760), do they cross-react with beta- or gamma- adducin? Any information would be helpful. Thank you!
Asked on Jun 20 2012
Sorry for my error. The correct statement is:
The adducin alpha antibody is predicted to cross-react with beta- and gamma-adducin. The immunogen shares 100% identity with both beta- and gamma-adducin, respectively.
I hope this is helpful. Please contact me again if you have any further questions.
Answered on Jun 20 2012