This mouse IgM monoclonal (MH4.3E5) was generated against tobacco leaf protoplast and recognizes pectic arabinogalactans and arabinogalactan proteins from diverse plants.
Arabinogalactans are a biopolymer consisting of arabinose and galactose monosaccharides. It is the major component of mycobacterial cell wall and the major component of gums. Arabinogalactans are also present as side-chains on the pectic polysaccharide, rhamnogalacturonan I.
From the laboratory of Michael G. Hahn, PhD, University of Georgia.
|Reactivity:||Reacts with tobacco and diverse other plant arabinogalactans|
|Buffer:||Cell culture supernatant, Use undiluted|
|Storage:||<1 month at 4C, >1 month at -80C|
MH4.3E5 binds to diverse arabinogalactan-containing glycans among the 54 polysaccharides tested. MH4.3E5 also binds to arabinogalactan glycoproteins.
These monoclonal antibodies were developed under the sponsorship of the US National Science Foundation, through award number DBI-0421683. Their use in biomass characterization, study of biomass deconstruction and quantitation was developed under the sponsorship of the US Department of Energy through awards DE-PS02-06ER64304 and DE-AC05-00OR22725 (BioEenergy Science Center).
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