These rabbit IgG polyclonal antibodies were raised against synthetic peptides corresponding to the N- or C-terminus of rhodopsin and are specific for human rhodopsin.
Rhodopsin is a light sensitive receptor protein involved in the visual system. It is found in the rods of the retina and is a G-protein coupled receptor. Mutations in the rhodopsin gene can cause retinitis pigmentosa and X-linked congenital stationary night blindness.
From the laboratory of Abdul Waheed, PhD, St. Louis University.
|Antigen:||Rhodopsin C-terminal or N-terminal|
|Molecular Weight:||69-70 kDa|
|Immunogen:||N- or C-Terminal synthetic peptide coupled to Pig-Tyroglobulin|
|Purification Method:||Total serum|
|Method Used to Determine Concentration:||Purified antibody (anti IgG purification of serum; protein A sepharose resin)|
|Tested Applications:||WB; IP; IH|
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