Antigen: Human TRP1 (TYRP1, PAA, gp75)
Clone Name: TA99
Isotype: Mouse IgG2a
Application(s): Immunocytochemistry, Immunohistochemistry, Immunoprecipitation, Western Blot
Reactivity*: Mouse, Human
* As reported in the literature and other commercial supplier websites
Clone TA99 is a mouse monoclonal antibody that reacts with tyrosinase-related protein 1 (TRP1), a 75kDa differentiation-related human glycoprotein (gp75), formerly referred to as pigmentation-associated antigen (PAA). It is expressed by pigmented melanoma cells and cultured melanocytes. TRP1 is involved in the pigmentation machinery of melanocytes and can be used as a differentiation marker.
This antibody was derived in 1985 by injection of whole human melanoma cells (SK-MEL-23) into mice. Splenocytes from these immunized mice were fused with NS-1 cells to generate hybridomas producing anti-TRP1 antibodies.
- Francisco X. Real, MD, PhD, formerly at Memorial Sloan Kettering
- Lloyd J. Old, MD, former William E. Snee Chair in Cancer Immunology, Memorial Sloan Kettering; former Director, New York Branch, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
- Timothy M. Thomson, MD, PhD
Thomson TM et al. (1985) Pigmentation-Associated Glycoprotein of Human Melanomas and Melanocytes: Definition with a Mouse Monoclonal Antibody. Journal of Investigative Dermatology
85: 169-174 (PubMed ID: 3926906
Bevaart L et al. (2006) The high-affinity IgG receptor, FcgammaRI, plays a central role in antibody therapy of experimental melanoma. Cancer Research
66: 1261-1264 (Pubmed ID: 16452176
This hybridoma may be licensed nonexclusively for commercial purposes.
Tingting Zhang-Kharas, PhD
Purified antibody may be available for sale through the Memorial Sloan Kettering Monoclonal Antibody Core Facility. Please email email@example.com for further information.