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Product Sheet: Anti-Aeromonas sobria IgG fraction monoclonal antibody (clone 6A1/E5)

Catalog NumberFM-011AX-5
Product NameAnti-Aeromonas sobria IgG fraction monoclonal antibody (clone 6A1/E5)
CategoryInfectious Agents
SubcategoryFish Pathogens (Aquaculture)
DescriptionMouse monoclonal antibody IgG fraction (clone 6A1/E5) obtained by immunizing mice with Aeromonas sobria (whole bacterial cells). The IgG fraction was purified using Protein G-Sepharose.
StorageStore at -20ºC.
StabilityStable at least one year at -20ºC. Avoid repeated freezing and thawing.
Biological ActivityThis antibody recognizes specifically Aeromonas sobria, it has not cross reactivity with both Aeromonas salmonicida and Aeromonas caviae and can be used in ELISA assay (1: 2,000 dilution) and Western blot (1: 1,000 dilution). Aeromonas sobria is a Gram negative and facultative anaerobic bacterium that occurs ubiquitously in aquatic environments. It can infect a wide range of fish species and it is usually considered secondary or opportunistic bacterium affecting fish are usually stressed, have a weakened immune system or have skin lesions. A. sobria infections can cause tail and fin rot, large ulcers, skin lesions, edema and organ damage in fish. It causes gastrointestinal disorders and wound infections in humans.
FormulationSolution at 1.0 mg/mL in PBS. Some of the liquid in the vial could have evaporated with changes in the final volume. However, the mass of the protein is still inside the vial.
ReferencesJanda, J.M. & Abbott, S.L. (2010) Clin. Microbiol. Rev. 23, 35-73.
Aberoum, A. & Jooyandeh, H. (2010) World J. Fish Marine Sci. 2, 519-523.
Li, Y. & Cai, S-H. (2011) Curr. Microbiol. 62, 623-627.
All products are for research use ONLY in laboratory animals and in vitro testing. NOT for diagnostic or human use.

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