Fibronectin, mouseCatalog number: FI24951
Immunohistochemistry (frozen & paraffin)
This antibody may be used to identify mouse fibronectin in experimental studies on wound healing, tumour progression, and tumour invasion, etc. Fibronectins are glycoproteins, which occur as dimers of two 200 kDa subunits. They have binding domains for bacterial proteins, collagens, heparin-like molecules and fibrin. Cellular fibronectin is widely distributed in the stroma of malignant tumours.
Serum from rabbits immunized with purified mouse fibronectin.
Immunogen: Purified fibronectin from murine plasma
Affinity purified (ProtG) antiserum lyophilized from phosphate buffered solution (non-sterile). Contains no BSA or sodium azide! Reconstitute with 0.5 ml of sterile water and store aliquots at -20°C. For further dilution use appropriate antibody diluent, e.g. Art. No. PU002 for IHC.
Purification Method: Protein G affinity purification
Secondary Reagents: Anti-rabbit IgG-conjugates, e.g. anti-rabbit IgG:FITC (Art. No. FI-1000) or anti-rabbit IgG:DyLight488 (Art. No. DI-1488).
Concentration: app. 5 mg/ml
Species Reactivity: Mouse
IFA, Immunohistochemistry on frozen and paraffin sections, ELISA, RIA
Incubation Time: IHC 60 min at RT or 2-8°C over night
Working Concentration: IHC (frozen): 1:1000, ELISA:1:20000 (OD 0.5) Optimal working dilutions should, however, be determined by antibody titration.
Pre-Treatment: After de-waxing the tissue slices they are treated with 0.2% hyaluronidase (app. 300 U/mg e.g. Art. No. HYA02-50) in TBS 15 min at 37°C. There after non-specific binding is blocked by blocking serum or 3% BSA in TBS. For peroxidase systems blocking with 1% peroxide solution in TBS for 30 min at RT is recommended.
Positive Control: Mouse skin
This product is intended FOR RESEARCH USE ONLY, and FOR TESTS IN VITRO, not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures involving humans or animals. It may contain hazardous ingredients. Please refer to the Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for additional information and proper handling procedures. Dispose product remainders according to local regulations.This datasheet is as accurate as reasonably achievable, but Exalpha Biologicals accepts no liability for any inaccuracies or omissions in this information.
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Database Name: UniProt
Accession Number: P11276 (FINC_MOUSE)
Species Accession: Mouse
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|Figure 1. Images on the left: Specific indirect immunostaining of connective tissue in frozen sections of mouse skin with FI24951 (diluted 1:1000) Images on the right: Corresponding DAPI staining of nuclei in epidermis, muscle and connective tissue.|
Figure 1. Images on the left: Specific indirect immunostaining of connective tissue in frozen sections of mouse skin with FI24951 (diluted 1:1000) Images on the right: Corresponding DAPI staining of nuclei in epidermis, muscle and connective tissue.