Anti-Follistatin Clone 29/9

Follistatin is a single-chain glycosylated protein that inhibits follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) release. Alternative splicing of Follistatin mRNA yields two isoforms, FS315 and FS288. FS288 is the main cell-surface form and binds to surface heparin sulphate proteoglycans. 29/9 is a clone raised against recombinant Fst 288, and is used in combination, commonly as the capture, with antibody 17/2 in a two site ELISA for the detection of Follistatin.

Catalogue No. Target Research Areas Applications Size Price (£)
29/9-100UG Follistatin
(FS288)
Endocrinology
Cancer
Fertility
Hepatology
Apoptosis
ELISA 0.1mg 300.00

Antibody 29/9 used to detect Fst levels using two-site ELISA with antibody 17/2

Dose–response curves for various human biological fluid samples containing follistatin using the optimized ELISA procedure. (Evans, L et al.)

Antibody 29/9 used to detect Fst levels using two-site ELISA with antibody 17/2

Serum levels of follistatin in patients with acute liver failure… (Hughes, R,D et al.)

Antibody 29/9 used to detect Fst levels using two-site ELISA with antibody 17/2

Maternal serum levels of (A) Follistatin… (C) the ratio between activin A and follistatin in healthy controls (open symbols) and in patients with gestational diseases during the third trimester… (D’antona, D)

Antibody 29/9 used to detect Fst levels using two-site ELISA with antibody 17/2

Concentration of Follistatin in seminal plasma collected from normal (n=20), post-vasectomy (n=20) and oligo/azoospermic men (n=20). (Anderson, R. A)

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