The Antigen "Chicken egg albumin" is isolated from white egg proteins. The monoclonal antibody producing clone was established in mice. The clone OVA-10 produces IgG antibodies that can be used for multiple applications (see fig. 1 and fig. 2). The final antibody is purified with ProteinA.
The MSDS can be found here: Anti-Ovalbumin MSDS
|Type of Product||Monoclonal Antibody|
|Antigen||Chicken Egg albumin from chicken eggs|
Ovalbumin can be used to stimulate allergic reactions in mammalians like mice. Furthermore Ovalbumin is used in ELISA, WesternBlot or IHC as blocking solution or as a protein standard to determine the molecular mass.
The Anti-Ovalbumin antibody is purified and can be used in ELISA (Fig. 2), WesternBlot (Fig. 1), Immunohistochemistry (IHC) or DotBlot. The antibody can distinguish between albumin from chicken and other species like bovine serum or turkey (Fig. 2).