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Ab5789 is listed as a VAMP3 antibody, and ab2102 and ab2103 are listed as Cellubrevin antibodies. Are they the same? Are the peptide sequences available for ab2102 and ab2103? Have any of these antibodies been tested for cross-reactivity with guinea pig?
Asked on Feb 22 2005
Thank you for your enquiry. Cellubrevin is an alternative name for VAMP3, and so these 3 antibodies target the same protein. Ab2103 has been tested for cross-reactivity with Human and Mouse, and does not cross-react with Rat or Dog. Ab2102 cross-reacts with Rat and does not cross-react with Human or Dog. Ab5789 cross-reacts with Dog, Human, Mouse and Rat. So none have been tested yet for cross-reactivity with guinea pig, to our knowledge. I will try to obtain the peptide sequences for ab2102 and ab2103 and will let you know.
Answered on Feb 22 2005