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Abbrev Ab  +
Created 15 May 2006  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition An antibody is any of the structurally related proteins that function as immunoglobulins. They are divided into five classes (IGA, IGD, IGE, IGG, IGM) on the basis of structure and biological activity.
Example antibody used for immunocytochemical protocol  +
Has role Protein specific probe +, Reagent +
Id birnlex_2110  +
Label Antibody  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 2 February 2015 00:09:52  +
ModifiedDate 2 February 2015  +
SuperCategory Protein  +
Synonym antibodies  +, immunoglobulin  +
Xref PAR:1279 (Protein Affinity Reagent Ontology)  +, REO_0000002  +
Categories Protein
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Resource:Abgent +, Resource:Abysis Database +, Resource:Alzforum Antibody Directory for Neuroscience Research +, Resource:Antibodies Online GmbH +, Resource:Antibody Registry +, Resource:Antibody Resource Page +, Resource:Antibodypedia +, Resource:BciPep +, Resource:Becton Dickinson and Company +, Resource:BenchWise +, Resource:Beta Cell Biology Consortium +, Resource:Biocompare Antibody Search Tool +, Resource:Biomedical Diagnostics Institute +, Resource:Blueprint Epigenome +, Resource:BrainTrap: Fly Brain Protein Trap Database +, Resource:CHDI Foundation +, Resource:Cell Signaling Pathways +, Resource:Chimpanzee Biomedical Research Resource +, Resource:CiteAb +, Resource:Common Fund Protein Capture Reagents +, Keywords


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