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    Transferrin Receptor TFRC cDNA ORF Clone Rat N HA tag
    Description:
    Full length Clone DNA of Rat transferrin receptor with N terminal HA tag
    Catalog Number:
    RG80098-NY
    Price:
    215.0
    Category:
    cDNA Clone
    Applications:
    Stable or Transient mammalian expression
    Size:
    1Unit
    Molecule Name:
    TFRC,Trfr,Transferrin Receptor
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    Sino Biological rat transferrin receptor
    Transferrin Receptor TFRC cDNA ORF Clone Rat N HA tag
    Full length Clone DNA of Rat transferrin receptor with N terminal HA tag
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    1) Product Images from "Evaluation of Targeted Delivery to the Brain Using Magnetic Immunoliposomes and Magnetic Force"

    Article Title: Evaluation of Targeted Delivery to the Brain Using Magnetic Immunoliposomes and Magnetic Force

    Journal: Materials

    doi: 10.3390/ma12213576

    Specificity of OX26-monoclonal antibodies (MAbs). ( A ) Elution diagram of collected OX-MAbs. X-axis: Elution fraction number; y-axis: Absorbance at 280 nm. ( B ) Coomasie Blue-stained SDS gel. Lane L, protein ladder (kDa). Lane 0, sample of antibody suspension before running on affinity column. Lane 1, sample from flow-through when loading affinity column with antibody suspension. Lane 2, sample of flow-through immediately before elution of antibodies. Lanes 3–9, elution fractions containing the expected 25 and 55 kDa bands representing components of OX26-MAbs. Lanes 5–7 contain the majority of OX26-MAbs corresponding to the high absorbance in A. The absence of 25 and 55 kDa bands in lane 1 indicates that OX26-MAbs were well adsorbed to the affinity column. ( C – E ) Merged images captured from RBE4 cells labeled with OX26-MAbs ( C ), commercial anti-CD71 ( D ), or secondary antibody alone ( E ). ( F ) The detection of OX26 in brain sections following the intravenous administration of 300 µg OX26-MAbs. ( G – H ) HeLa cells transfected with cDNA encoding rat transferrin receptor protein. Detection of the rat transferrin receptor protein using OX26-MAbs using FITC-conjugated secondary antibody (green) in transfected cells ( G ) and non-transfected cells ( H ), indicative of the affinity of OX26-MAbs for the rat transferrin receptor. Cellular nuclei stained with To-Pro3 (red). Scale bars = 20 µm ( C – E ), 20 µm ( F ), and 10 µm ( G – H ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Specificity of OX26-monoclonal antibodies (MAbs). ( A ) Elution diagram of collected OX-MAbs. X-axis: Elution fraction number; y-axis: Absorbance at 280 nm. ( B ) Coomasie Blue-stained SDS gel. Lane L, protein ladder (kDa). Lane 0, sample of antibody suspension before running on affinity column. Lane 1, sample from flow-through when loading affinity column with antibody suspension. Lane 2, sample of flow-through immediately before elution of antibodies. Lanes 3–9, elution fractions containing the expected 25 and 55 kDa bands representing components of OX26-MAbs. Lanes 5–7 contain the majority of OX26-MAbs corresponding to the high absorbance in A. The absence of 25 and 55 kDa bands in lane 1 indicates that OX26-MAbs were well adsorbed to the affinity column. ( C – E ) Merged images captured from RBE4 cells labeled with OX26-MAbs ( C ), commercial anti-CD71 ( D ), or secondary antibody alone ( E ). ( F ) The detection of OX26 in brain sections following the intravenous administration of 300 µg OX26-MAbs. ( G – H ) HeLa cells transfected with cDNA encoding rat transferrin receptor protein. Detection of the rat transferrin receptor protein using OX26-MAbs using FITC-conjugated secondary antibody (green) in transfected cells ( G ) and non-transfected cells ( H ), indicative of the affinity of OX26-MAbs for the rat transferrin receptor. Cellular nuclei stained with To-Pro3 (red). Scale bars = 20 µm ( C – E ), 20 µm ( F ), and 10 µm ( G – H ).

    Techniques Used: Staining, SDS-Gel, Affinity Column, Labeling, Transfection

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    Article Title: Evaluation of Targeted Delivery to the Brain Using Magnetic Immunoliposomes and Magnetic Force
    Article Snippet: .. Cells transfected with rat transferrin receptor were examined for their specificity of their OX26-MAbs. ..

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    Sino Biological rat transferrin receptor
    Specificity of OX26-monoclonal antibodies (MAbs). ( A ) Elution diagram of collected OX-MAbs. X-axis: Elution fraction number; y-axis: Absorbance at 280 nm. ( B ) Coomasie Blue-stained SDS gel. Lane L, protein ladder (kDa). Lane 0, sample of antibody suspension before running on affinity column. Lane 1, sample from flow-through when loading affinity column with antibody suspension. Lane 2, sample of flow-through immediately before elution of antibodies. Lanes 3–9, elution fractions containing the expected 25 and 55 kDa bands representing components of OX26-MAbs. Lanes 5–7 contain the majority of OX26-MAbs corresponding to the high absorbance in A. The absence of 25 and 55 kDa bands in lane 1 indicates that OX26-MAbs were well adsorbed to the affinity column. ( C – E ) Merged images captured from RBE4 cells labeled with OX26-MAbs ( C ), commercial anti-CD71 ( D ), or secondary antibody alone ( E ). ( F ) The detection of OX26 in brain sections following the intravenous administration of 300 µg OX26-MAbs. ( G – H ) HeLa cells transfected with cDNA encoding rat <t>transferrin</t> receptor protein. Detection of the rat transferrin receptor protein using OX26-MAbs using FITC-conjugated secondary antibody (green) in transfected cells ( G ) and non-transfected cells ( H ), indicative of the affinity of OX26-MAbs for the rat transferrin receptor. Cellular nuclei stained with To-Pro3 (red). Scale bars = 20 µm ( C – E ), 20 µm ( F ), and 10 µm ( G – H ).
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    Sino Biological transferrin receptor tfrc cdna orf clone rat untagged
    Specificity of OX26-monoclonal antibodies (MAbs). ( A ) Elution diagram of collected OX-MAbs. X-axis: Elution fraction number; y-axis: Absorbance at 280 nm. ( B ) Coomasie Blue-stained SDS gel. Lane L, protein ladder (kDa). Lane 0, sample of antibody suspension before running on affinity column. Lane 1, sample from flow-through when loading affinity column with antibody suspension. Lane 2, sample of flow-through immediately before elution of antibodies. Lanes 3–9, elution fractions containing the expected 25 and 55 kDa bands representing components of OX26-MAbs. Lanes 5–7 contain the majority of OX26-MAbs corresponding to the high absorbance in A. The absence of 25 and 55 kDa bands in lane 1 indicates that OX26-MAbs were well adsorbed to the affinity column. ( C – E ) Merged images captured from RBE4 cells labeled with OX26-MAbs ( C ), commercial anti-CD71 ( D ), or secondary antibody alone ( E ). ( F ) The detection of OX26 in brain sections following the intravenous administration of 300 µg OX26-MAbs. ( G – H ) HeLa cells transfected with cDNA encoding rat <t>transferrin</t> receptor protein. Detection of the rat transferrin receptor protein using OX26-MAbs using FITC-conjugated secondary antibody (green) in transfected cells ( G ) and non-transfected cells ( H ), indicative of the affinity of OX26-MAbs for the rat transferrin receptor. Cellular nuclei stained with To-Pro3 (red). Scale bars = 20 µm ( C – E ), 20 µm ( F ), and 10 µm ( G – H ).
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    Specificity of OX26-monoclonal antibodies (MAbs). ( A ) Elution diagram of collected OX-MAbs. X-axis: Elution fraction number; y-axis: Absorbance at 280 nm. ( B ) Coomasie Blue-stained SDS gel. Lane L, protein ladder (kDa). Lane 0, sample of antibody suspension before running on affinity column. Lane 1, sample from flow-through when loading affinity column with antibody suspension. Lane 2, sample of flow-through immediately before elution of antibodies. Lanes 3–9, elution fractions containing the expected 25 and 55 kDa bands representing components of OX26-MAbs. Lanes 5–7 contain the majority of OX26-MAbs corresponding to the high absorbance in A. The absence of 25 and 55 kDa bands in lane 1 indicates that OX26-MAbs were well adsorbed to the affinity column. ( C – E ) Merged images captured from RBE4 cells labeled with OX26-MAbs ( C ), commercial anti-CD71 ( D ), or secondary antibody alone ( E ). ( F ) The detection of OX26 in brain sections following the intravenous administration of 300 µg OX26-MAbs. ( G – H ) HeLa cells transfected with cDNA encoding rat transferrin receptor protein. Detection of the rat transferrin receptor protein using OX26-MAbs using FITC-conjugated secondary antibody (green) in transfected cells ( G ) and non-transfected cells ( H ), indicative of the affinity of OX26-MAbs for the rat transferrin receptor. Cellular nuclei stained with To-Pro3 (red). Scale bars = 20 µm ( C – E ), 20 µm ( F ), and 10 µm ( G – H ).

    Journal: Materials

    Article Title: Evaluation of Targeted Delivery to the Brain Using Magnetic Immunoliposomes and Magnetic Force

    doi: 10.3390/ma12213576

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Specificity of OX26-monoclonal antibodies (MAbs). ( A ) Elution diagram of collected OX-MAbs. X-axis: Elution fraction number; y-axis: Absorbance at 280 nm. ( B ) Coomasie Blue-stained SDS gel. Lane L, protein ladder (kDa). Lane 0, sample of antibody suspension before running on affinity column. Lane 1, sample from flow-through when loading affinity column with antibody suspension. Lane 2, sample of flow-through immediately before elution of antibodies. Lanes 3–9, elution fractions containing the expected 25 and 55 kDa bands representing components of OX26-MAbs. Lanes 5–7 contain the majority of OX26-MAbs corresponding to the high absorbance in A. The absence of 25 and 55 kDa bands in lane 1 indicates that OX26-MAbs were well adsorbed to the affinity column. ( C – E ) Merged images captured from RBE4 cells labeled with OX26-MAbs ( C ), commercial anti-CD71 ( D ), or secondary antibody alone ( E ). ( F ) The detection of OX26 in brain sections following the intravenous administration of 300 µg OX26-MAbs. ( G – H ) HeLa cells transfected with cDNA encoding rat transferrin receptor protein. Detection of the rat transferrin receptor protein using OX26-MAbs using FITC-conjugated secondary antibody (green) in transfected cells ( G ) and non-transfected cells ( H ), indicative of the affinity of OX26-MAbs for the rat transferrin receptor. Cellular nuclei stained with To-Pro3 (red). Scale bars = 20 µm ( C – E ), 20 µm ( F ), and 10 µm ( G – H ).

    Article Snippet: Cells transfected with rat transferrin receptor were examined for their specificity of their OX26-MAbs.

    Techniques: Staining, SDS-Gel, Affinity Column, Labeling, Transfection