MonoMAb™ (MonoSpecific monoclonals) 

    Zeta primary antibodies are developed and used for the immunohistochemical localization of specific antigens on formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue sections which plays a key role in determining tumor tissue origin, prognostic marker expression, and target protein expression.

    Traditionally, antibodies (monoclonal and polyclonal) are raised against specific proteins/peptides and screened by ELISA, gel electrophoresis, and FFPE tissue stains.  However, antibody specificity has never been scrutinized by sophisticated methods until recently.

    Zeta Corporation is very excited and proud to have designed and developed a unique technology for primary antibodies; MonoMAb™. The clones were first screened by ELISA and gel electrophoresis to determine their specificity.  The selected antibodies were further screened by staining FFPE sections. Those antibodies that worked on FFPE sections were selected for further protein array analysis.

    A protein microarray chip is a high-throughput method used to narrow down the specific antigen-antibody interactions on a large scale. The results are studied to pick the most specific clone to produce our MonoSpecific range of primary monoclonal antibodies- MonoMAb™.

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    Annexin A1
    ZM211
    The ANXA1 gene belongs to the annexin family, and contains 4 annexin repeats. A pair of annexin repe...
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    BCL-6
    ZM22
    Recognizes a protein of 95kDa, which is identified as Bcl-6. Antibody to bcl-6 is helpful in a numbe...
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    Beta-Catenin
    ZM13
    Beta-catenin associates with the cytoplasmic portion of E-cadherin, which is necessary for the funct...
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    BOB1
    ZM74
    BOB1 expression in a variety of established B-cell lines, representing different stages of B-cell de...
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    Calretinin
    ZM85
    It recognizes a protein of about 29kDa, which is identified as Calretinin (also known as Calbindin 2...
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    CD11c
    ZM103
    Recognizes a protein of 145kDa, identified as CD11c. CD11c (ITGAX), a member of the leuko-integrin f...
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    CD123
    ZM80
    Human CD123, the 70 kd IL-3 receptor α chain (IL-3Rα), is associated with the 120-140 kd β subuni...
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    CD163
    ZM29
    CD163 has been identified as an acute phase-regulated transmembrane protein whose function is to med...
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    CD19
    ZM179
    CD19 is a transmembrane glycoprotein that contains two extracellular immunoglobulin-like domains. CD...
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    CD20
    ZM86
    Recognizes a pr+P54otein of 30-33kDa, which is identified as CD20. It is a non-Ig differentiation an...
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    CD21
    ZM75
    Recognizes a protein of 140kDa, which is identified as the complement receptor 2 (CR2) / CD21. This ...
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    CD22
    ZM183
    Recognizes a protein of 130-140kDa, identified as CD22 (also known as BL-CAM). CD22 expression is re...
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    CD23
    ZM209
    CD23 (FCE2) is a type II integral membrane glycoprotein that is expressed on mature B cells, monocyt...
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    CD3
    ZM45
    This antibody reacts with the intracytoplasmic portion of the CD3 antigen expressed by T cells. It s...
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    CD33
    ZM122
    Recognizes a 67kDa glycoprotein, which is identified as CD33. It is a transmembrane protein of the s...
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