Monoclonal Anti-Uvomorulin/E-Cadherin (rat IgG1 isotype) is derived from the DECMA-1 hybridoma produced by the fusion of rat myeloma cells and splenocytes from an immunized Lou rat. Uvomorulin/E-Cadherin (Epithelial cadherin), also known as CDH1, CAM 120/80, L-CAM (Cell-Adhesion Molecule) or CD324, is a member of the cadherin transmembrane glycoproteins superfamily. It is characterized with a highly conserved cytoplasmic tail.
Mouse embryonal carcinoma cell line PCC4 Aza RI
Monoclonal Anti-Uvomorulin/E-Cadherin antibody produced in rat has been used in various immunochemical techniques including immunoblotting, immunoprecipitation, immunohistochemical staining and immunofluorescent staining.
E-cadherin is a calcium-dependent glycoprotein. It is responsible for the homogeneous attachment between cells. It suppresses malignant transformation of tumors. Additionally, it also regulates cellular invasion and metastasis.
Cadherins contribute to epithelial cell behavior and tissue morphogenesis/remodeling by facilitating cell-cell adhesion. Monoclonal Anti-Uvomorulin/E-Cadherin can be used for studies of embryonal development, cell-cell interaction of cells grown in culture, and localization of E-Cadherin. In addition, it is commonly used as an E-cadherin inhibitor/blocking antibody in a study of embryonic stem cells (EMS).
Solution in 0.01 M phosphate buffered saline, pH 7.4, containing 15 mM sodium azide.
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