Monoclonal Antibodies to Human Osteopontin

6 Clones Recognizing Human Osteopontin

Osteopontin (OPN) is a multifunctional protein involved in diverse biological processes, including but not limited to physiological and pathological mineralization, inflammation, cell mediated immune response, autoimmune disorders and tissue repair. Maine Biotechnology Services, Inc. (MBS), in collaboration with Maine Medical Center Research Institute (MMCRI) and the University of Southern Maine (USM), developed six anti-human OPN monoclonal antibodies.

        • MAB193P through MAB196P recognize the N-terminal fragment of OPN
        • MAB197P recognizes the C-terminal fragment of OPN
        • MAB222P is specific for the MMP cleavage site (DSVVYG) of OPN
        • All six clones recognize native, purified OPN from human breast milk in indirect
          and sandwich ELISA
        • MAB194P and MAB197P recognize OPN in smooth muscle cells by western
        • Multiple matched pairs available for the quantification of native OPN

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MBS Osteopontin Antibody Resource Map

MAB193P Monoclonal Antibody to Osteopontin N-Terminal
MAB194P Monoclonal Antibody to Osteopontin N-Terminal 
MAB195P Monoclonal Antibody to Osteopontin N-Terminal
MAB196P Monoclonal Antibody to Osteopontin N-Terminal
MAB197P Monoclonal Antibody to Osteopontin C-Terminal
MAB222P Monoclonal Antibody to Osteopontin MMP Cleavage 


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