2. Antibodies

Anti Human Ago2, Monoclonal Antibody (Clone No. 4G8)
Wako Cat. No. 011-22033 (50 µL); 015-22031 (100 µL) <for Immunochemistry>
Keep at 2~10°c
⇒ Related Products: for microRNA Research
Anti Mouse Ago2, Monoclonal Antibody (Clone No. 2D4)
Wako Cat. No. 014-22023 (50 µL); 018-22021 (100 µL) <for Immunochemistryy>
Keep at 2~10°c
⇒ Related Products: for microRNA Research
Study for Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein (CETP)
Cholesteryl ester tranfer protein(CETP) is one of the lipid transfer proteins, which mediates the transfer of cholesteryl ester (CE), triglyceride (TG) and phospholipids between lipoproteins.1) CETP facilitates the transfer of CE from high-density lipoprotein(HDL) to very-low-density lipoprotein(VLDL) and low-density lipoprotein(LDL), and also the transfer of TG from VLDL and LDL to HDL.2) The clinical signifi cance of CETP has been controversial.3)~7) Wako supplies two kind of CETP monoclonal antibody as well as the ELISA Kit, which is based on the sandwich enzyme immunoassay measures CETP mass.

This product is currently unavailable

Anti Human CETP, Monoclonal Antibody (Clone No. CETP-4)*
Wako Cat. No. 010-21241 (100 µg) <for Immunochemistry>
Keep at -80°
Appearance: prepared in PBS containing 0.05% sodium azide.
Concentration: 1mg/mL
Specifi city: Specifi c to human CETP
Antibody Titer: 1: 10,000+ (ELISA)

This monoclonal antibody (Clone No. CETP-4) inhibits cholesteryl ester tranfer protein (CETP) activity. The 10µg/mL antibody solution can entirely inhibit the CETP activity in the same quantity of normal serum.

This product is currently unavailable

Anti Human CETP, Monoclonal Antibody (Clone No. CM5,a-27)*
Wako Cat. No. 017-21251 (100 µg) <for Immunochemistry>
Keep at -80°:C
Appearance: prepared in PBS containing 0.05% sodium azide.
Concentration:1mg/mL
Specifi city: Specifi c to human CETP
Antibody Titer: 1: 10,000+ (ELISA)

This monoclonal antibody, specifi cally recognizes SDS-treated CETP, is applicable to immunostaining on nitrocellulose membrane
*: ELISA kit using both antibodies can be supplied upon request (minimum order: 10 kits).

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[References]
1) Tall, A. R.: "Plasma lipid transfer proteins.", J. Lipid Res. , 27, 361-7 (1986).
2) Morton, R. E. and Zilversmit, D.B.: "Inter-relationship of lipids transferred by the lipid-transfer protein isolated from human lipoprotein-defi cient plasma", J. Biol. Chem. , 258, 11751-7 (1983).
3) Fielding, C. J. and Havel, R. J.: "Cholesteryl ester transfer protein: friend or foe?", J . Clin. Invest. , 97, 2687 (1996).
4) Inazu, A., Brown, M. L., Hesler, C. B., Agellon, L. B., Koizumi, J., Tanaka, K., Maruhama, Y., Mabuchi, H. and Tall, A. R.: "Increased high-density lipoprotein levels caused by a common cholesteryl-ester transfer protein gene mutation"N, . Engl. J. Med. , 323, 1234-8 (1990).
5) Tall, A. R.: "Plasma cholesteryl ester transfer protein", J. Lipid Res. , 34, 1255-74 (1993).
6) Zhong, S., Sharp, D. S., Grove, J. S., Bruce, C., Yano, K., Curb, J. D. and Tall, A. R.: "Increased coronary heart disease in Japanese-American men with mutation in the cholesteryl ester transfer protein gene despite increased HDL levels"J, . Clin. Invest ., 97, 2917-23 (1996).
7) Marotti, K. R., Castle, C. K., Boyle, T. P., Lin, A. H., Murray, R. W. and Melchior, G. W.: "Severe atherosclerosis in transgenic mice expressing simian cholesteryl ester transfer protein", Nature, 364, 73 (1993).
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