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Can you make any prediction from the peptide used to produce this antibody as whether it will react with mouse Gsh2? Would it be possible to get a small aliquot of the antibody to test if it works for IHC on sections of embryonic mouse brain. Gsh2 is a good marker of ventral telencephalon and if this antibody reacts with mouse Gsh2 we will use it routinely in the future.
Asked on Mar 12 2007
Thank you for your enquiry. Although we cannot disclose the peptide sequence used to generate this antibody, we can provide you with a 50 amino acid region from which the sequence was derived. This region is as follows: MSRSFYVDSLIIKDTSRPAPSLPEPHPGPDFFIPLGMPPPLVMSVSGPGC. The percentage homology between the immunogen peptide sequence and the mouse Gsh2 is 92%. We do not sell or provide free aliquots of the antibody for testing. If you do decide to try the antibody on this untested species, we encourage you to submit a review of your results, positive or negative, in the form of an Abreview. Details of our Abreview program can be found on our homepage. If we publish your review, you will be awarded credits towards future purchases or gifts. I hope this answers your questions. Feel free to contact me if you have further questions and I will be happy to assist you.
Answered on Mar 12 2007