Spatial Proteomics

Proteome describes the complete protein universe found in cell, tissue or body fluid. Spatial Proteomics is study of spatial organization of proteins within cells (1). High-throughput imaging to visualize all cellular proteins and quantitative mass spectrometry are two widely used approached to spatial proteomics.

OriGene offers a range of antibody types suitable for Spatial Proteomic Research.

Antibody Type Host Validated by Link
Carrier Free
MouseWestern blotSearch for your carrier free Ab here
MouseHigh Density Protein MicroarraySearch for your Ultra-specific Antibodies here
MouseKnockout ValidatedSearch for your knockout validated Antibodies here
Recombinant Antibodies
RabbitWestern blotSearch for your recombinant antibodies here

Characteristics of Product Type

  • BSA/Glycerol- free and azide free, designed for consistent conjugation
  • Available for 13,000 targets with pre-conjugated & custom conjugation option
  • Sample size available for trial.
  • Custom antibody development service available. Ask a consultant.
  • Highly Specific: Mono-specificity validated using high density protein micro array. View data here
  • Broad application range: IHC, IF, ICC, FACS
  • Sample size available.
  • Higher affinity and specificity
  • Higher consistency across production batches, reproducible result
  • Available for a wide range of targets
  • Custom option available

Ultra-specific antibody ([UM500036]) tested by Western Blot, Protein Microarray Chip and IF staining

Western blot analysis of cell lysates of HEK293 transfected with ERBB2 cDNA (Left lane) or untransfected (Right lane) by using ERBB2 UltraMAB ([UM500036], clone UMAB36, 1:2000).

Protein Microarray Chip Analysis demonstrating that the anti-ERBB2 UltraMAB [UM500036] specifically recognizes ERBB2 antigen.

Anti-ERBB2 mouse monoclonal antibody ([UM500036], clone UMAB36, 1:100) immunofluorescent staining of MCF7 cells.