Antibodies Available for Nonexclusive Licensing

 

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OCR 00000295

Antisera Specific for Na,K-ATPase a and b Subunits

   

Robert Levenson

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000646

CerCLIP.1

monoclonal antibody which recognizes a fragment of the HLA class II-associated invariant chain which is surface-expressed in association with HLA class II molecules which cannot mediate antigen processing

Peter Cresswell

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000691

Monoclonal Antibodies to Sodium-Potassium Adenosine Tri- phosphatase Subunits: Alpha 1 and Beta 1 C464.6; C464.1; C464.8

   

Michael J. Caplan

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000706

Rabbit, Human and Mouse Ksp-cadherin Genes, the Protein Products of These Genes, and Antibodies Generated Against These Genes.

   

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000717

 

 

Polyclonal Antibodies R1P1, R1P7, R1P8, R2

polyclonal antibodies to mouse Rag-1 and Rag-2

Elizabeth A. Corbett

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00000719

 

 

STEP46 and PC12-PTP1 cDNA's

 

Paul Lombroso

christopher.unsworth@yale.edu

OCR 00000765

The Use of Monoclonal Antibodies Against Human DNA Topoisomerase I for Diagnosis, Treatment and Research

   

Yung-Chi (Tommy) Cheng

david.lewin@yale.edu

OCR 00000785

 

 

Monoclonal Antibody Specific for Mouse, Human, Chick Hoxc-8

   

Frank H. Ruddle

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000808

MaP.DM1

IgG1 monoclonal antibody which recognizes the human HLA-DM molecule essential for antigen processing

Peter Cresswell

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00000820

 

 

Anti AP-2 Monoclonal Antibody "3B5"

 

Trevor Williams

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000850

Mouse Cell Lines Producing Monoclonal Antibodies 10C11; 9G10 and 4C8

 

William C. Summers

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000874

Fusion Phage Antibodies for Detection of Antibodies, Antigens, and Haptens in Serum

system for designing new secondary antibodies; improvements to immunodiagnostic kits, increasing sensitivity of detection and reliability, and decreasing cost

Alan Garen

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000893

Rab4, Rab5, human Transferrin polyclonals & Lamp1 and Lamp2 monoclonal antibodies

anti-LAMP2 monoclonal antibody (clone GL2A7)

Ira S. Mellman

david.lewin@yale.edu

OCR 00000910

Rabbit anti-HsRad51 serum, HsRad51 Protein and Expression Construct, HsUbc9 Protein and Expression Construct, HsRad52 Expression Construct

 

Charles M. Radding

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000917

Antibodies, HMG1 and HMG2

polyclonal

David G. Schatz

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00000936

Anti-NHE1 Monoclonal Antibody 4E9; Anti-NHE3 Monoclonal Antibodies 2B9, 4F5 and 19F5(Reagent Licensing)

 

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00000939

Mouse hybridoma cells producing monoclonal antibodies against amphiphhysin I, AP-180 and Dynamin 1

 

Pietro DeCamilli

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00000981

Phosphopeptide antibody: A rabbit polyclonal antibody raised against a peptide containing phospho-Thr-169 derived from the sequence of Cdc28p in S. cerevisiae

 

Mark Solomon

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00001016

Catenin-Specific Polyclonal Antibodies: Beta-Catenin and Alpha-Catenin

 

David L. Rimm

christopher.unsworth@yale.edu

OCR 00001074

3A2 Hybridoma Cell Line for the Production of Monoclonal Anti-HuR Antibody 3A2

 

Joan A. Steitz

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00001081

 

 

Monoclonal Antibody to Human IP30

 

Peter Cresswell

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00001091

Cat-301

hybridomas producing monoclonal antibodies to cat spinal cord antigens; Cold Spring Harbor is lead in licensing

Susan Hockfield

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00001153

 

 

Ly-6I fusion protein and rabbit anti-Ly-6I polyclonal antibody

 

Alfred Bothwell

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00001169

 

 

Polyclonal antibodies to the Arg non-receptor tyrosine kinase

 

Anthony J. Koleske

kimberly.muller@yale.edu

OCR 00001331

 

 

 

C398.4A (anti-H4/ICOS) Monoclonal Antibody

 

Charles A. Janeway

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00001447

MaP.ERp57 - a mouse monoclonal antibody (IgG1) against the human protein ERp57.

 

Peter Cresswell

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00001452

Na HCO3 Cotransporter Antibodies: K1A and B1B

sodium bicarbonate cotransporter polyclonal antibodies, K1A and B1B; responsible for the critical regulation of biological fluid and bodily pH via the bicarbonate/CO2 buffering system in epithelial and nonepithelial cells

Walter F. Boron

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00001488

Humanized antibodies against West Nile virus

 

Erol Fikrig M.D.

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00001498

Caveolin Antibodies

polyclonal anti-phosho-Ser 23 cav-2, anti-phospho-Ser 36 cav-2, and anti-caveolin-2

William Sessa

christopher.unsworth@yale.edu

OCR 00001692

Y-Ae -- A novel MHC-restricted monoclonal antibody  

 

Charles A. Janeway

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00001706

 

 

Nestin Monoclonal Antibodies

 

Susan Hockfield

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00001728

Antibodies to ERM protein invasiveness of cancer cells and identify the presence and level of ERM proteins in proliferation condition

 

Frededrick Naftolin

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00004078

 

 

Pin-1 anti-CD74 monoclonal antibody

 

Peter Cresswell

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00004103

OTX2 Antibodies

rabbit polyclonal or monoclonal antisera directed against OTX2

Flora Vaccarino

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00004109

Monoclonal antibodies to NHE8 ion exchanger

 

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00004197

Monoclonal Antibodies to the Propeptide of Candida Albicans and Methods of Use

 

Margaret K. Hostetter

hong.peng@yale.edu

OCR 00004293

 

 

Anti-NXF-2 Polyclonal Antibody

 

Yingqun Huang

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00004543

 

 

Stargazin Antibodies- polyclonal

 

Susumu Tomita

kimberly.muller@yale.edu

OCR 00004562

IID2 to alpha I spectrin (human)

Yurchenco, PD., speicher, DW., Morrow, JS, Knowles, W. J., and Marchesi, VT. (1982) J. Biol. Chem. 257, 9102-9107.

Jon Morrow

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00004563

VD4 against beta I spectrin (human)

Harris, AS., Anderson, JP., Yuchenco, PD., Green, D., Ainger, KJ., and Morrow, JS. (1986) J. Cell Biochemistry 30, 51-69.

Jon Morrow

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00004589, OCR 00004590

Phospho-specific NHE3 Antibodies: (1) anti-phosphoserine 552 (clone 14D5), (2) anti-phosphoserine 605 (clone 10A8)

Biemesderfer, D., Rutherford, P.A., Nagy, T., Pizzonia, J.H., Abu-Alfa, A.K. and Aronson, P.S. Monoclonal antibodies for high resolution localization of NHE3 in adult and neonatal rat kidney. Am. J. Physiol. 273:F289-F299, 1997; Kocinsky, H., Girardi, A.C., Biemesderfer, D., Nguyen, T., Mentone, S., Orlowski, J., and Aronson, P.S. Use of phosphospecific antibodies to determine the phosphorylation of endogenous Na+-H+ Exchanger NHE3 at PKA consensus sites. Am. J. Physiol. 289: F249-F258, 2005.

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR  00004591

 

 

SLC26A7 monoclonal antibody (Clone 14H5)

 

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00004898

 

 

mAB MAP.VIP (anti-human Viperin)

IgG2a

Peter Cresswell

john.puziss@yale.edu

 

Rabbit anti-megalin (serum).

This antibody was raised to the entire C-terminal, cytoplasmic domain of opossum megalin. This antibody works in all vertebrates tested including Zebra fish, mouse, rat, rabbit, opossum and human. This antibody can be used for western blot, immunocytochemistry using all type of fixation, and immunoprecipitation. (Zou et al., JBC 279:34302, 2004).

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

 

Mab 6A6 (anti-megalin).

Dudas, P.L., Mentone, S., Greineder, C.F., Biemesderfer, D., and Aronson, P.S. Immunolocalization of anion transporter Slc26a7 in mouse kidney. Am. J. Physiol. 290:F937-F945, 2006.

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

 

Mab 6E10 (anti-megalin).

This antibody was prepared from a mouse immunized with the entire C-terminal, cytoplasmic domain of opossum megalin. As far as we know this antibody is species specific (opossum). This antibody can be used for western blot, immunocytochemistry, and immunoprecipitation. (Zou et al., JBC 279:34302, 2004).

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

 

Mab 6A6 (anti-megalin).

This antibody was prepared from a mouse immunized with the brush border membrane vesicles from opossum kidney. As far as we know this antibody is species specific (opossum). This antibody can be used for western blot, immunocytochemistry, and immunoprecipitation. (Zou et al., JBC 279:34302, 2004). Receptor-associated protein (RAP) is a chaperone protein that cotranslationally assembles with all members of the lipoprotein receptor gene family including megalin, LRP and LDL receptor

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

 

Rabbit anti-RAP (serum).

This antibody was raised to a fusion protein representing the entire RAP protein (rat). Species reactivity is unknown. This antibody can be used for western blot, immunocytochemistry and immunoprecipitation. The characterization of this antibody has not been published. Megalin is a lipoprotein receptor expressed in kidney, CNS, lung, thyroid gland and possibly other tissues. In kidney, it functions as the primary mechanism for protein reabsorption. Our studies (Zou et al., JBC 279:34302, 2004) show megalin is subjected to regulated intramembrane proteolysis (similar to Notch) and thus may function as a signaling molecule as well as a receptor.

Peter Aronson

john.puziss@yale.edu

OCR 00004920

 

 

Recombinant N-WASp and related polyclonal antibodies

 

Anthony J. Koleske

kimberly.muller@yale.edu