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Neuroendocrinologie Moleculaire de la Reproduction

Tools and Resources

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Our team has developed various tools to carry out its research. Many of them are made available to the national and international scientific community. It can be antibodies or molecules. You can request further information in the contact recipient section.

polyclonal antibodies

Name

Host

Antigen

Immunogen

Ref:

#AC566

Rabbit

Last 10 amino acid of the C-terminal part of the rat/mouse kisspeptin sequence (52AA) which is common to most mammals.

Antigen sequence used: 10 amino acid peptide corresponding to amino acid 43 to 52 of the rat kisspeptin sequence : YNWNSFGLRY.

BSA-YNWNSFGLRY

Neurosci Lett. 401(3):225-30

#AC017

Sheep

Last 10 amino acid of the C-terminal part of the rat/mouse kisspeptin sequence (52AA) which is common to most mammals.

Antigen sequence used: 10 amino acid peptide corresponding to amino acid 43 to 52 of the rat kisspeptin sequence: YNWNSFGLRY.

Thyroglobulin-YNWNSFGLRY

#AC029

Sheep

 Antigen sequence used: 14 amino acid peptide corresponding to amino acid 6 to 19  of the sheep kisspeptin sequence (53AA) : PSESSAGPRQPGPC

PSESSAGPRQPGPC-KLH

#AC053

Sheep

Sheep polyclonal antibody (Bleed 12/17/09) against the N-terminal part of mouse kisspetin/metastin.

Antigen sequence used: 14 amino acid peptide corresponding to amino acid 5 to 18 of the mouse kisspeptin sequence (52AA) : PPVEGPAGRQRPLC

PPVEGPAGRQRPLC-KLH

J Neuroendocrinol. 25(9):839-51.

#AC067

Sheep

Sheep polyclonal antibody (Bleed 12/17/09) against the N-terminal part of the rat kisspetin/metastin.

Antigen sequence used: 14 amino acid peptide corresponding to amino acid 5 to 18 of the rat kisspeptin sequence (52AA): PPVENPTGHQRPPC

PPVENPTGHQRPPC-KLH

J Neuroendocrinol. 25(9):839-51.

#AC510

Sheep

Sheep polyclonal antibody (Bleed 12/20/07) against the N-terminal part of the kisspeptin 10 fragment (Kp10). Last 10 amino acid of the C-terminal part of the rat/mouse kisspeptin sequence (52AA) which is common to most mammals.

Antigen sequence used: 11 amino acid peptide corresponding to amino acid 43 to 52 of the rat kisspeptin sequence (52AA) plus one cystein: YNWNSFGLRYC

YNWNSFGLRYC-KLH

#AC536

Sheep

 last 8 amino acid of  human RFRP3

 :VPNLPQRF-NH2

BSA-VPNLPQRF-NH2

J Comp Neurol.521(13):3030-41

Precipitating antibodies :

Name

Host

Antigene

for

Ac SPGL.C2

Sheep

Rabit IgG

Dosage

Synthetic analogues of Kiss :

Name

Analogue

Used for

Publication

C6

Kisspeptin

breeding control

 Sci Rep. 2016 Jun 1;6:26908. doi: 10.1038/srep26908.