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Mouse anti-human/mouse/rat tspan5 (clones ts5-2 and ts5-3)

This mAb recognizes Tspan5, a member of the Tetraspanin superfamily. It recognizes the human, mouse and rat proteins which are 100% identical. First Tspan5 mAb ever produced.

Interest / Relevance: Tspan5 is a new regulator of Notch signaling through an action on the protease ADAM10.
Keywords: Tetraspanin, ADAM10, Notch
Scientist's name: Eric RUBINSTEIN
Martine BILLARD Stephanie CHARRIN

Reference:

34O770B73L

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Clones available: TS5-2, TS5-3
Isotype: lgG2a
Source: Mouse
human, mouse, rat
Specificity: human, mouse, rat
Immunogen Seq ID: Tspan5 KO mice (C57/B6) were immunized with U2OS cells transfected with Tspan5-GFP, Final boost with a Tspan5 immunoprecipitate
Cellular Distribution: large, higher expression in the brain and the ovary
Rare disease:
Last update: 14/01/2022

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