WELCOME TO OUR UNIQUE LIST OF POLYCLONAL ANTIBODIES
AGAINST TRANSMEMBRANE OR SECRETED HUMAN PROTEINS
We are proud to introduce our collection of almost 2,000 polyclonal antibodies generated against uncharacterized human transmembrane or secreted proteins. The antibodies were made at Primm facility using recombinant protein antigens produced from genes coding for putative transmembrane/secreted proteins.
The human genome codes for almost 10,000 proteins which can be either secreted or membrane associated. Of those, approximately 2,000 are still poorly characterized or unknown proteins. Primm has isolated the cDNA coding for each of those 2,000 proteins, expressed them as His Tag fusions and used the recombinant antigen to generate mouse polyclonal antibodies.
Thanks to the availability of our mouse polyclonals, it is possible to study the function of those proteins in several biological systems using techniques like Immunohistochemistry (IHC) or Western detection. Interestingly, mouse polyclonals are ideal reagents for IHC application due to the very low background of the mouse serum on human cells and tissues.
You can now access our list of mouse polyclonals and purchase those of interest for your research work.
Due to the extensive list, we have structured a search engine that helps you identify the antibodies you are interested to obtain.
You can search for antibodies providing gene names, public databases codes (NCBI, Ensemble, Uniprot, etc.) or even amino-acid sequence of the antigen.
Please feel free to contact us for any help you need.