Antibody IDAN0288
Epitope ID EP0506
Epitope namebeta 1-4 Galactan
Recognition region-[Gal(b1-4)]n- n=4
Flow cytometry
AvailabilityPlant Probes
ApplicationsImmunodot assay[3][1][2][5][6][4]
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1 Willats WG, Gilmartin PM, Mikkelsen JD, Knox JP.
Cell wall antibodies without immunization: generation and use of de-esterified homogalacturonan block-specific antibodies from a naive phage display library.
Plant J. 1999 Apr ;18(1):57-65
PMID: 10341443
2 Willats WG, Limberg G, Buchholt HC, van Alebeek GJ, Benen J, Christensen TM, Visser J, Voragen A, Mikkelsen JD, Knox JP.
Analysis of pectic epitopes recognised by hybridoma and phage display monoclonal antibodies using defined oligosaccharides, polysaccharides, and enzymatic degradation.
Carbohydr Res. 2000 Jul 24;327(3):309-20
PMID: 10945679
3 Jones L, Seymour GB, Knox JP.
Localization of Pectic Galactan in Tomato Cell Walls Using a Monoclonal Antibody Specific to (1[->]4)-[beta]-D-Galactan.
Plant Physiol. 1997 Apr ;113(4):1405-1412
PMID: 12223681
4 McCartney L, Ormerod AP, Gidley MJ, Knox JP.
Temporal and spatial regulation of pectic (1-->4)-beta-D-galactan in cell walls of developing pea cotyledons: implications for mechanical properties.
Plant J. 2000 Apr ;22(2):105-13
PMID: 10792826
5 Willats WG, Steele-King CG, Marcus SE, Knox JP.
Side chains of pectic polysaccharides are regulated in relation to cell proliferation and cell differentiation
Plant J. 1999 Dec ;20(6):619-28
PMID: 10652134
6 Orfila C, Knox JP.
Spatial regulation of pectic polysaccharides in relation to pit fields in cell walls of tomato fruit pericarp.
Plant Physiol. 2000 Mar ;122(3):775-81
PMID: 10712541
7 Orfila C, Seymour GB, Willats WG, Huxham IM, Jarvis MC, Dover CJ, Thompson AJ, Knox JP.
Altered middle lamella homogalacturonan and disrupted deposition of (1-->5)-alpha-L-arabinan in the pericarp of Cnr, a ripening mutant of tomato.
Plant Physiol. 2001 May ;126(1):210-21
PMID: 11351084