PROGEN antibodies - background & applications

PROGEN offers a comprehensive portfolio of well published premium antibodies for research & diagnostics. For some of our products, you will find scientific background information as well as examples of their applications on this page. We aim to advance this educational platform with your help.
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Tutorial: 3 steps to choose the right antibody

Only antibodies that fit your application will lead to successful experiments.
The following infographicsummarizes three major aspects that will guide you in selecting the right antibody for your research.


Information on individual antibodies

Keratin antibodies

Keratins are much more than merely structural components of our epithelial cells - their multiple functions and expression patterns are an important field of basic cell biology research. In addition, keratin antibodies are used in diagnostics, tumor pathology & prognosis.

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AAV antibodies

Adeno-Associated Virus (AAV) is a nonpathogenic virus that is widely used as vector in gene therapy. In view of this scientific and preclinical significance, PROGEN is providing AAV antibodies that specifically recognize intact virus capsids as well as antibodies specific to AA-viral subunits and replicases.

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Perilipin antibodies

PERILIPINs are proteins of the membrane surrounding lipid droplets (LD). Perilipin antibodies are useful for the characterization of LD subpopulations with their multifunctional properties in health and disease, including lipid transport, lipogenesis and lypolysis.

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p62/SQSTM1 antibodies

The p62 protein plays a central role in ubiquitin-associated degradation and autophagy where it acts as a selective autophagy receptor, assembled in filamentous polymers and shuttling ubiquitinylated proteins to the autophagosomes.

Learn more on PROGEN's p62 antibodies


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