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Primary Antibodies

Growing collection of more than 1000 monoclonal antibodies validated in IHC and other applications, many verified for specificity in HuProt™ Protein Array. Available with bright and photostable CF® dyes, R-PE, APC, PerCP, HRP, AP, biotin, or purified. Affordable 100 uL trial sizes. Refine your selections using the criteria in the left sidebar, or search using our Antibody Finder.

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    Retinol Binding Protein 1 Monoclonal Mouse Antibody (G4E4)

    Sizes: 50 uL, 100 uL, 250 uL, 500 uLCatalog #: BNC040855-100, BNC040855-500, BNC050855-100, BNC050855-500, BNC400855-100, BNC400855-500, BNC430855-100, BNC430855-500, BNC470855-100, BNC470855-500, BNC550855-100, BNC550855-500, BNC610855-100, BNC610855-500, BNC680855-100, BNC680855-500, BNC700855-100, BNC700855-500, BNC800855-100, BNC800855-500, BNC810855-100, BNC810855-500, BNC880855-100, BNC880855-500, BNC940855-100, BNC940855-500, BNCA0855-250, BNCAP0855-100, BNCAP0855-500, BNCB0855-100, BNCB0855-500, BNCH0855-100, BNCH0855-500, BNCP0855-250, BNCR0855-250, BNUB0855-100, BNUB0855-500, - BNUM0855-50View allHide

    This MAb recognizes an epitope within the 74-182 C-terminal sequence (11kD peptide fragment) of human serum Cellular Retinol Binding Protein 1 (CRBP 1), a single-chain glycoprotein belonging to the superfamily of hydrophobic molecule transporter proteins, which is responsible for transport of retinol (vitamin A1) from the liver to peripheral target tissues, like the eye, where it mediates the cellular uptake.

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    This MAb recognizes an epitope within the 74-182 C-terminal sequence (11kD peptide fragment) of human serum Cellular Retinol Binding Protein 1 (CRBP 1), a single-chain glycoprotein belonging to the superfamily of hydrophobic molecule transporter proteins, which is responsible for transport of retinol (vitamin A1) from the liver to peripheral target tissues, like the eye, where it mediates the cellular uptake.