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I am interested in using your antibodies generated against human CK2 alpha peptides on Drosophila samples. The immunogen is listed as exon 3 (ab10466), exon 12 & 13 (ab10468) or exon 14 (ab10470) of the human CK2 alpha protein. However, the genbank listing for human CK2 alpha only describes 8 total exons, so I am confused about what the exact immunogenic peptide sequences are. Could you please send me the amino acids corresponding to these immunogens, so that I may compare them to the Drosophila sequence and see which has the greatest chance of cross-reacting.
Asked on Mar 14 2005
Thank you for your enquiry. The immunogen information for the products are as follows: Ab10466- The immunogen used lies between aa 1-50. Ab10468- The immunogen used lies between aa 300-350. Ab10470- The immunogen used lies between aa350-391. The Ab most likely to work in Drosophila is Ab10648 (although this has not been tested), the other two Abs will almost certainly not function against Drosophila. I would like to thank you for brining this matter to my attention, the data sheets have now been updated with this information. If you have any further questions then please do not hesitate to get back in touch with us.
Answered on Mar 17 2005