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Rabbit polyclonal antibodies raised against the chromatin-binding domains of the human Lamin proteins B1 that give strong signals with low background and are, therefore, ideal for immunofluorescence applications.

Most currently available antibodies to Lamin proteins are made against non-ideal epitopes. They are either to the Rod domain which is highly conserved, making the antibodies lack specificity among subtypes. Or, they are to the C terminal globular domain region of the proteins - a region which has multiple binding partners and is, therefore, often masked.

These antibodies have been made to the chromatin binding region of the Lamin proteins – a region that is the least masked at the nuclear envelope. Consequently, they are highly specific and give clear strong signals in immunofluorescence applications.

The University of Edinburgh is seeking enquires from commercial organisations to license the technology under a non-exclusive agreement to sell the polyclonal antibody for research purposes.

This licence is royalty bearing - details are disclosed in the non-exclusive licence agreement.


Polyclonal antibodies to Lamin Proteins B1

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Commercial Licence Agreement for Polyclonal Lamin B1 Antibody 4.00

Commercial Licence with signing fee

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Term: 36 months
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Price excl. VAT: £2000.00