UIC-2019-166 – Anti-Human Saposin C Mouse Monoclonal Antibody

UIC researcher, Dr. Craig Beattie, created a murine IgG1 monoclonal antibody against Saposin C with purified human Saposin C as the initial immunogen. The antibody, termed 68-12, maps within Saposin C and within that region of its precursor Prosaposin. This enables targeting of both Saposin C and the Saposin C region of Prosaposin. The antibody exhibits minimal cross-reactivity, making it ideal for studying and quantifying Saposin C or its precursor PSAP. Svetlana Kurilova skuril2@otm.uic.edu 312-355-1477

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