Human β-nerve growth factor does not crossreact with antibodies to mouse β-nerve growth factor in a two-site radioimmunoassay

C. E. Beck, J. R. Perez Polo

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    Abstract

    The nerve growth factor protein (NGF) isolated from mouse submaxillary gland has been shown to be necessary to the development of vertebrate sensory and sympathetic ganglia. Also, wide ranging alterations in the levels of NGF in the peripheral circulation of humans suffering from a variety of neuropathies have been reported. Many of these reports relied on the use of antibodies directed to the mouse β-NGF subunit for their quantitation of human NGF antigen. We report here on the lack of crossreaction between antibodies directed to mouse β-NGF and its human counterpart isolation from placenta at term.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)137-152
    Number of pages16
    JournalJournal of Neuroscience Research
    Volume8
    Issue number2-3
    StatePublished - 1982

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    Nerve Growth Factor
    Radioimmunoassay
    Antibodies
    Proteins
    Sensory Ganglia
    Sympathetic Ganglia
    Submandibular Gland
    Protein Subunits
    Placenta
    Vertebrates
    Antigens

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    Human β-nerve growth factor does not crossreact with antibodies to mouse β-nerve growth factor in a two-site radioimmunoassay. / Beck, C. E.; Perez Polo, J. R.

    In: Journal of Neuroscience Research, Vol. 8, No. 2-3, 1982, p. 137-152.

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