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Antibody Name
RRID:AB_2636929 RRID Copied  
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(Agilent Cat# P0260, RRID:AB_2636929)
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Antibody Information

URL: http://antibodyregistry.org/AB_2636929

Description: This polyclonal antibody targets IgG

Antibody Name: Mouse Immunoglobulins antibody

Proper Citation: (Agilent Cat# P0260, RRID:AB_2636929)

Target Antigen: IgG, anti-IgG

Target Organism: mouse

References: PMID:28521134, PMID:28757253, PMID:29153837, PMID:29526696, PMID:29610440, PMID:29894693, PMID:30122555, PMID:30540936, PMID:30549037, PMID:30554942

Comments: Original Manufacturer: Dako. Now part of Agilent.

Clonality: polyclonal antibody

Host Organism: rabbit

Antibody ID: AB_2636929

Vendor: Agilent

Catalog Number: P0260 also P026002-2

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