Anti-Pectic polysaccharide (Rhamnogalacturonan) [LM16] Antibody

This rat IgM monoclonal antibody was generated against polysaccharide and recognizes land plants pectic polysaccharide, rhamnogalacturonan-I (RG-I).

Highlights:

  • Reacts with land plants pectic polysaccharide, rhamnogalacturonan-I (RG-I)
  • Binding is sensitive to galactosidase action and the epitope may involve galactosyl residue(s) on RG backbones
  • Suitable for Immunofluorescence and ELISA applications

Generated subsequent to immunization with a pectic fraction. Recognizes a epitope associated with arabinans and can be generated by arabinofuranosidase action and the loss of arabinosyl residues. The binding of LM16 is sensitive to galactosidase action and the epitope may involve galactosyl residue(s) on RG backbones. Pectin is made up of a complex set of polysaccharides that are found in most primary cell walls and are particularly abundant in the non-woody parts of terrestrial plants. Pectin is a major component of the middle lamella, where it helps to bind cells together, but is also found in primary cell walls.

From the laboratory of Paul Knox, PhD, University of Leeds.

Catalog Number Product Size AVAILABILITY Price Qty
ELD011
Anti-Pectic polysaccharide (Rhamnogalacturonan) [LM16] Antibody, 5mL (supernatant)
5mL In stock
Price: $299.00
Specifications
Product Type: Antibody
Antigen: Pectic polysaccharide, Rhamnogalacturonan
Isotype: IgM
Clonality: Monoclonal
Clone Name: LM16
Reactivity: Land plants
Immunogen: Polysaccharide
Species Immunized: Rat
Epitope: galactosylated RG-I
Buffer: Cell Culture Supernatant, 0.05% Sodium Azide
Tested Applications: IF (1:10), ELISA (1:10)
Storage: +4C (short term), -20C (long term)
Shipped: Ambient temperature
Data

Immunofluorescence

Tobacco stem

Provider
From the laboratory of Paul Knox, PhD, University of Leeds.
References
  1. Verhertbruggen Y, Marcus SE, Haeger A, Verhoef R, Schols HA, McCleary BV, McKee L, Gilbert HJ, Knox JP. Developmental complexity of arabinan polysaccharides and their processing in plant cell walls. Plant J. 2009 Aug;59(3):413-25. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2009.03876.x.

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