Anti-Xenopus NK cells [4D4] monoclonal antibody
Invented by John Horton
Invented at University of Durham
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|Antigen/Gene or Protein Targets
|Xenopus Natural Killer (NK) cells
|Enables identification of specific lymphoid populations in Xenopus (tested in liver, spleen and gut), namely NK cells. Enables separation from T and B cells.
|Mice were immunised with splenocytes from early-thymectomized (Tx) Xenopus following B cell and thrombocyte depletion, therefore an enriched Natural Killer (NK) cell population.
|Immunogen UniProt ID
|Molecular Weight (kDa)
|Recommended Growing Conditions
|RPMI 1640 + 10% FCS
|Behaves relatively poorly in western blotting, however does identify bands similar to antibody clone 1G5.
|Cancer, Cell Type or Organelle Marker, Immunology
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