Anti-Human brain glycoproteins depleted of Thy-I antigen hybridoma

Clone F3-87-8

Human brain glycoproteins depleted of Thy-1 antigen were used to immunise Balb/c mice for monoclonal antibody production. The F3-87-8 monoclonal antibody interacts with a determinant present in large amounts on all human brain subregions studied (cerebral cortical grey matter, white matter, caudate, thalamus, dentate nucleus, putamen, cerebellar cortex) but absent from all other tissues examined (liver, heart, kidney, spleen, thymus, lymph node, erythrocyte, adrenal gland, and peripheral nerve).

 

 

 

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