Elastin, humanCatalog number: EL25013
Elastin is the major protein of elastic fibres that form a randomly orientated network in many tissues. Due to its high content of hydrophobic amino acids it is relatively resistant to chemicals and proteinase. Its principal function is to provide elasticity to tissues, however it has also chemotactic and cell adhesion properties. Human Elastin 100%, human Collagen Type I, II, III, IV, V <0,1%; human Fibronectin <0,1%.
Immunogen: Purified elastin from human skin
Affinity purified antibody lyophilized from phosphate buffered solution; no BSA and preservative added!
Purification Method: Affinity purified antibody lyophilized from phosphate buffered solution; no BSA and preservative added!
Secondary Reagents: Anti-Guinea pig IgG-conjugates
Concentration: app. 1 mg/ml
Species Reactivity: Human, cross-rectivity with rat Elastin < 0.1%
IFA, IHC(P), ELISA, RIA
Incubation Time: IHC(P) 60 min at RT or 2-8°C over night
Working Concentration: (purified, lyophilized) IFA ? 1:80, IHC(P) ? 1:500 - 1:1000, ELISA ? 1:200 (OD ? 500)
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: Human skin or aorta
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.
1. Demarchez M., Hartmann D.J., Herbage D., Ville G., and Prunieras M. (1987) Wound-healing of human skin transplanted onto the nude mouse. 2. an immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study of the epidermal basment-membrane zone reconstruction and connenc 2. Demarchez M., Hartmann D.J., and Prunieras M. (1987) An immunohistochemical study of the revascularization process in human skin transplanted onto the nude mouse. Transplantation 43; 896-903. 3. Lethias C., Hartmann D.J., Masmejean M., Ravazzola M., Sabbagh I., Ville G., Herbage D., Eloy R. (1987) Ultrastructural immunolocalization of elastic fibers in rat blood vessels using the protein A-gold technique. J. Histochem. Cytochem. 35, 15-21.
Database Name: UniProt
Accession Number: P15502 (ELN_HUMAN)
Species Accession: Human
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