[Xenopus] Antibodies

Dominique Alfandari alfandar at vasci.umass.edu
Mon Sep 15 07:36:37 EDT 2014

Dear Colleagues,
I am currently working on a proposal to the NIH to produce monoclonal antibody libraries to Xenopus proteins. I will use native proteins from embryos and Xenopus cell lines focusing on cell surface and nuclear antigens. 
1) If you could dream of one antibody that would make your work that much more efficient, which protein would it recognize (Of course one that is not commercial available).
2) If anyone has expression data (Proteomics or RNA expression) of XTC, A6 or S3 cell lines that they would be willing to share It could help narrow down which combination to use.
The deadline is in 2 weeks.
Thanks for your help.
Dominique Alfandari Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Associate Director MCB
Dept. Of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
University of Massachusetts, 661 North Pleasant Street, Amherst MA 01003
Ph: 413-577-4269 Fax:413-545-6326

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