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Anti 1-Oleolyl-Parmitoyl-Phosphatydylcholine (OPPC) Antibody

Background

The main constituents of biological membrane are the glycerophospholipids. Besides variety in their hydrophilic portions, phospholipids comprise various molecular species with different fatty acid moieties. Among those varieties,this antibody selectively binds to the phosphatidylcholine with oleic acid at the sn-1 site. This type of lipid is concentrated at the tip of neuronal protrusions.

Application

Immno-electron microscopy3 μg/ml ( Ref.1, Fig. 1 )
Fluorescence - activated cell sorter1 μg/ml ( Ref. 1, Fig. 3 )
Immuno-fluorescence cell staining0.3 μg/ml ( Ref.1, Fig. 1 )
ELISA3 μg/ml ( Ref.1, Fig. 2 )

Other applications have not been tested.
Optimal dilutions/concentrations should be determined by the end user.

OPPC localization analysis on cultured nerve cell (rat PC12 cell, clone#15-3C1)

Description

Immunogen PC12 raft fraction
Rased in Mouse (Balb/c)
Myeloma PAI
Clone number 15 - 3C1
IsotypeIgM
SourceCulture supernatant (+10%FBS)
BufferRPMI + 0.025% NaN3 as a preservative
Concentration90 μg / ml
Volume0.5 ml
LabelUnlabeled
Specificity1-Oleoyl-phosphatidylcholine
AntigenPC12 raft fraction
Storage4°C

Product List

Product Name Cat# Quantity Price

Anti 1-Oleoyl-Palmitoyl-Phosphatidylcholine (OPPC)

CAC-SK-KC01-M01 200UL

¥ 40,000
$ 534
€ 400

References
  • Kuge H. et al. Functional Compartmentalization of the Plasma Membrane of Neurons by a Unique Acyl Chain Composition of Phospholipids J. Biol. Chem. 289 (2014) PMID:25096572

To be used for research only. DO NOT use for human gene therapy or clinical diagnosis.