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To save researchers time and resources, The Michael J. Fox Foundation has made a number of tools available to the scientific community with quick delivery and at low cost

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  • Total Rab 35 Antibody

    Monoclonal antibody directed against total Rab35 protein. 

    Expected Availability: Mid 2020

  • Rab 29 pS72 Phosphospecific Antibody

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Serine 72 of the human Rab29 protein.

    Expected Availability: Late 2020.

  • Rab 29 pT71 Phosphospecific Antibody

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Threonine71 of the human Rab 29 protein. Suitable for immunoblot experiments. 

  • Total Rab 29 Antibody

    Mouse monoclonal antibody directed against total Rab29 protein. 

    Expected Availability: Early 2021

  • Total Rab 29 Antibody (Hu/Ms)

    Rabbit monoclonal antibody directed against the human and mouse total Rab 29 protein. Suitable for immunoblot and immunoprecipitation experiments. This antibody epitope was mapped to amino acids 148-153.

  • Total Rab 29 Antibody (Hu)

    Rabbit monoclonal antibody directed against the human total Rab 29 protein. Suitable for immunoblot and immunoprecipitation experiments. This antibody epitope was mapped to amino acids 141-150.

     

  • Rab 12 pS106 Phosphospecific Antibody

    Rabbit monoclonal phosphospecific antibody directed against Serine106 of the human Rab 12 protein. Suitable for immunoblot experiments. 

  • Total Rab 12 Antibody

    Mouse monoclonal antibody directed against total Rab12 protein. 

    Expected Availability: Early 2021

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"We have shown, thanks in part to MJFF, that researchers now have in their pantry the right ‘ingredients’, to... help to drive forward PD drug development.”
Heather Melrose, PhD Mayo Clinic
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