During the past few months, Neuromics has devoted much of our attention and expertise to helping how we are able during this pandemic. Much of this focus has been and continues to be spent on manufacturing and supplying virus transport media to those who need it. However, we are also excited to offer three new antibodies that are perfect for researching COVID-19. These SARS-CoV2 S-Protein ACE2 Binding Domain antibodies can help us better understand the virus and are perfect for vaccine research.
Top Image: Cells were transfected with the DNA encoding the S-protein segment in SARS-CoV2 binding domain protein which was inserted in the pCI-Neo-Mod expression vector. MO22195 produces clean and specific staining of transfected cells. The nuclei of transfected and untransfected cells are shown in blue with DAPI DNA stain.
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|SARS-CoV2 S-Protein ACE2 Binding Domain||MO22195||Mouse IgG||Not Applicable||ICC, WB, IF||100 ul||$275.00|
|SARS-CoV2 S-Protein ACE2 Binding Domain||MO22198||Mouse IgG||Not Applicable||ICC, WB, IF||100 ul||$275.00|
|SARS-CoV2 S-Protein ACE2 Binding Domain||RA22140||Rabbit IgG||Not Applicable||ICC, WB, IF||100 ul||$275.00|
The SARS-CoV2 virus' spike or S-protein has been shown to interact with the ACE2 protein to bind and infect human cells. Our antibodies take advantage of this knowledge, allowing us to make antibodies to the ACE2 binding site of the SARS-CoV2 S-Protein. This allows research that can identify the presence of the SARS-CoV2 virus in western blots or immunofluorescence images (as seen in the images above and below).
Bottom image: Western blot analysis of HEK293 cell lysates using rabbit pAb to SARS-CoV2-bd protein, RA22140, dilution 1:2,000 in green:  protein standard,  non-transfected cells,  cells transfected with pCI-Neo-Mod vector containing the SARS-Cov-bd cDNA, and  cells transfected with pCI-Neo-GFP vector containing the SARS-CoV-bd cDNA. The band at 25kDa in lane 2 demonstrates expression of SARS-CoV-bd protein, and the band at about 50kDa in lane 3 corresponds to GFP-SARS-CoV-bd fusion protein.