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Protein Pept Lett 2003 Apr 01;102:213-9. doi: 10.2174/0929866033479086.
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Expression of recombinant XVAX2 peptide-104 of Xenopus laevis and preparation of the antibody.

Liu Y , Liu Y , Liu W , Lupo G , He RQ , Barsacchi G .

An N-terminal polypeptide (XVAX2-P104) of the XVAX2 protein, which is involved in controlling the dorsoventral patterning of the retina in Xenopus laevis, was expressed and purified as a Histagged fusion protein (pHis-XVAX2-P104), and it was employed to generate an anti-XVAX2 antibody in New Zealand white rabbits. ELISA analysis shows that the titer of the antibody is as high as approximately 1:100,000. The antibody could specifically recognize the full-length XVAX2 protein in extracts of Xenopus embryos, as determined by Western Blotting.

PubMed ID: 12678819
Article link: Protein Pept Lett

Species referenced: Xenopus laevis
Genes referenced: vax2
Antibodies: Vax2 Ab1