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Please cite the "UC Davis/NIH NeuroMab Facility" as the source of NeuroMabs. Also, please include the complete clone number (e.g., N52A/42) and the Antibody Registry identification number (e.g., RRID:AB_2120479) to avoid ambiguity.

Optimize staining with NeuroMabs and other mouse monoclonal antibodies by employing appropriate subclass-specific secondary antibodies. See article here.

A price increase for TC Supernatant and Purified IgG preparations went into effect on August 1, 2014, to offset increased production costs and to support future NeuroMab projects. The non-profit price of $25 for 1.0 mL of TC Supernatant (when obtained in the standard 5.0 mL vial), or for 20 ug of pure IgG represents ≈25% of the average price of similar highly validated products from commercial sources.  

(Temporarily unavailable as of January 2017) Note that there is now available a 1.0 mL trial size of TC Supernatant available as single vials for $35, or in a sampler 'six-pack' of six 1.0 mL vials are available for $125. Some pre-made sets are listed here and, whenever possible, include NeuroMabs with different IgG subclasses for better multiplex labeling combinations. Please contact us about 'custom' samplers, substitutions, etc.                                      

NeuroMab Preparations 
Educational or Non Profit
For-Profit
TC Supernatant 
(approx. 20-40 ug/mL IgG)

$125 per 5.0 mL
 
$35 per 1.0 mL
(temporarily unavailable)
$290 per 5.0 mL
 
$80 per 1.0 mL
(temporarily unavailable)
Purified IgG 
(approx. 1 mg/mL IgG)

$150 per 100 ug
$350 per 100 ug

Our catalog has the most up-to-date information on new NeuroMabs, including Production and QC status and catalog #'s, so please use information from there to order from Antibodies Incorporated. If the NeuroMab you want to order is so new that it does not have a catalog # yet, then please contact Antibodies Incorporated and let them know of your interest so they can prioritize their production runs accordingly.

All NeuroMabs are mouse monoclonal antibodies secreted from hybridoma cells grown either in vitro or in vivo. The different forms are:

TC Supernatant: conditioned bovine serum-containing media harvested from hybridomas cultured in vitro. Typically contains 20-40 ug/mL mouse monoclonal IgG plus bovine IgG and other bovine serum components. Can contain much higher amounts of mouse monoclonal IgG and be a better value than Purified IgG.

Recommended working dilutions for TC supernatants are 1:2-1:20 for immunoperoxidase-based immunohistochemistry, and 1:2-1:10 for immunofluorescence-based immunohistochemistry and immunocytochemistry, and immunoblotting. These recommended working dilutions are meant to be a starting point for optimization based on your specific application.

Purified IgG: Predominantly mouse monoclonal IgG but may contain trace amounts of other mouse IgG.

Recommended working concentrations for purified IgGs are 0.1-1 ug/mL for immunoperoxidase-based immunohistochemistry and immunoblotting, and 1-10 ug/mL for immunofluorescence-based immunohistochemistry and immunocytochemistry. These recommended working concentrations are meant to be a starting point for optimization based on your specific application.

As of August 2012, only select new NeuroMabs will have Purified IgG made available for distribution. Those that will not have Purified IgG made will have 'N/A' in the "AI Catalog Pure" column. The initial production decision will be based on factors such as anticipated user demand in order to justify the additional expense and inventory of generating Purified IgG, but it may change in response to actual demand. All new NeuroMabs will still have TC Supernatant available, which should be sufficient for use in most research applications (immunoblotting, immunocytochemistry, immunohistochemistry, etc.), as demonstrated by much of the data on NeuroMab datasheets.

A useful general reference for this and related information is Harlow, E. and Lane, D. 1988. Antibodies: A Laboratory Manual, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press

 

 

 

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