Alpha-1 Antichymotrypsin Monoclonal Mouse Antibody (AACT/1452)
Alpha-1 Antichymotrypsin (AACT) is a plasma protease inhibitor synthesized in the liver as a single glycopeptide chain. In human, the normal serum level of AACT is about one-tenth that of alpha-1-antitrypsin (AAT), with which it shares nucleic acid and protein sequence homology. Both are major acute phase reactants; their concentrations in plasma increase in response to trauma, surgery and infection. Elevated levels of AACT are widely, but not universally, reported in the cerebrospinal fluid and plasma of AD patients. Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) and its SDS-stable complex with AACT are in widespread use as markers for the diagnosis of prostate cancer. AACT deficiency may also be a possible cause of chronic liver disease. AACT antibody reacts with histiocytes and histiocytic neoplasms. It is widely used to identify histiocytes and tumors derived from them. Acinar tumors of the pancreas and salivary gland may also exhibit AACT positivity.
Primary antibodies are available purified, or with a selection of fluorescent CF® dyes and other labels. CF® dyes offer exceptional brightness and photostability. See the CF® Dye Brochure for more information. Note: Conjugates of blue fluorescent dyes like CF®405S and CF®405M are not recommended for detecting low abundance targets, because blue dyes have lower fluorescence and can give higher non-specific background than other dye colors.
Catalog number key for antibody number 1452, Anti-Alpha-1 Antichymotrypsin (AACT/1452)
Catalog Number Key for Primary Antibody Conjugates
|Antibody # prefix||Conjugation||Ex/Em (nm)||Laser line||Detection channel||Dye Features|
|BNC04||CF®405S||404/431||405||DAPI (microscopy), AF405||CF®405S Features|
|BNC88||CF®488A||490/515||488||GFP, FITC||CF®488A Features|
|BNC68||CF®568||562/583||532, 561||RFP, TRITC||CF®568 Features|
|BNC94||CF®594||593/614||561||Texas Red®||CF®594 Features|