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    c-myc mAb (clone 9E10.2)


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    Product code: A010-Myc-50
    Unit Size: 50 μg

    A fully validated, highly specific mouse monoclonal antibody to cMyc

    c-Myc, is a polypeptide tag of sequence (NH3-EQKLISEEDL-COOH) derived from the regulator protein myc. Commonly integrated into recombinant proteins as an N or C terminal tag, the Myc tag is used to facilitate affinity chromatography, protein localisation or protein-protein interaction studies. The Badrilla Myc monoclonal antibody from clone 9E10.2 produces exceptional staining in both immunoblotting and immunohistochemical applications and can be used at extremely high dilutions.

    Tested applications: Western blot (1:20,000 dilution), IF Microscopy (1:1000 dilution). Antibody form: Lyophilised Affinity Purified IgG1. Species recognition: Human cMyc

    Description Lyophilised mouse monoclonal antibody clone 9E10.2
    Immunogen Synthetic peptide EQKLISEEDL derived using the sequence of human c-myc gene product
    Isotype IgG
    Purification Protein G affinity purified
    Species reactivity Does not react with mouse or chicken c-myc
    Tested applications WB, IF
    Recommended dilution WB 40 pg/ml (1:20,000 dilution), IF 0.8 ng/ml (1:1000 dilution)
    Optimization Optimal dilutions to be determined by end user
    Storage Lyophilised antibody is stable at 4 °C when stored with desiccant. Reconstitute lyophilised powder in 60 µl of 18 MΩ H2O to produce a 0.8 µg/ml solution. Aliquot and store frozen at -80 °C for 1 year. Avoid freeze - thaw cycles.
    Storage Lyophilised: 4 °C Reconstituted:-80 °C
    Datasheet A010-Myc-50

    MSDS A010-Myc-50

    Regulatory statement Product for research use only. Not intended for diagnostic or therapeutic use.

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