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The Office of Technology Licensing at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital offers antibodies to the research community on a non-exclusive basis so that other organizations can begin using our reagents quickly, and speed the pace of discovery and innovation.
|Antibody Target Epitope||Reference or Description||Invention Number|
|Anti-Xrcc1 polyclonal antibody||DNA repair protein XRCC1 (X-ray repair cross-complementing protein 1) from ionizing radiation and alkylating agents||SJ-12-0021|
|Anti-Scythe/Bat3 polyclonal antibody||Regulator of Hsp70-2 in spermatogenesis, providing a possible molecular target in idiopathic male infertility||SJ-10-0011|
|K63-linked polyubiquitin (Ub-K63)-specific mAb||Mouse monoclonal antibody specific for Ub-K63||SJ-08-0030|
|Atg monoclonal antibody||Human anti-ATG5||SJ-08-0012|
|UBC-12||Nat Struct Mol Bio 11(10):927-935 (Oct 2004)||SJ-04-0029|
|p19 ARF monoclonal antibody||Hybridoma 23(50):293-300 (Oct 2004)||SJ-04-0027|
|LAG-3 monoclonal antibody||Immunity 21(4):503-513 (Oct 2004)||SJ-01-0006|
|Breast cancer resistance protein-1 (Bcrp1), human Abcg2 transporter||Nat Med 7(9): 1028-34 (Sept 2001)||SJ-97-0016|
|CSF-1R specific monoclonal Antibodies||Blood. 1989 Feb 15;73(3):827-37. Blood. 1989 May 15;73(7):1786-93. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1989 Oct;86(20):7924-7.||SJ-96-0003|
|Cyclin D1, D2 and D3 monoclonal antibodies||Hybridoma 13(1): 37-44 (Feb 1994)||SJ-96-0002|
Contact the Office of Technology Licensing (Phone: 901-595-2342, Fax: 901-595-3148) for more information.