Evans Blue is available 4 times from Abbex labs
- CategorySmall Molecules
- PurificationAffinity purified
- ApplicationsWB (for other applications please contact us)
- FootnoteThis product is for research use only.
- Stock availabilityShipped within 5-10 working days.
- Raised inN/A
- Storage conditionsAliquot and store at -20 °C. Avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles.
- Immunogensee included datasheet or contact us
- Species reactivityHuman, Mouse, Rat (for other species please inquire)
- Gene target
- Short nameEvans
- Alternative nameEvans Blue
abx082082 | Evans Bluesize: 5 g | 332.07 USD
abx082237 | Evans Bluesize: 5 g | 332.07 USD
abx082082 | Evans Bluesize: 1 g | 268.12 USD
- Catalog numberabx082082
- Price268.12 USD
- Size1 g
- PropertiesBlue has a wavelength of around 480 nm and will make your sample visible. If your sample is too concentrated you can dissolve it in water.
- ConjugationBlue Substrate
- PubMedRHD homozygotes had nearly twice as many D antigen sites as hemizygotes. Expression of c or E antigens was associated with increased RBC D antigen expression, but presence of C or e antigens reduced expression.Hemizygous RHD subjects demonstrated significantly higher platelet increases and peak platelet counts than homozygous RHD subjects.The frequency of D variants detected by IAT allele RHD(M295I) was 1:272 in D negative donors. Obviously, DEL phenotype is more common in some parts of European population than initially thought.The prevalence of D-/RHD+ samples is higher than that observed in Europeans. More than 50% of the RHD alleles found were represented by RHDpsi and RHD-CE-D(s) showing the African contribution to the genetic pool of the admixed population analyzed.Among all donors 89.00% and 10.86% were D-positive and D-negative, respectively, while 0.14% (n=55) of the donors were found to be weak D-positive.The RHCE gene intron 4 of Han Chinese, Tibetans, and Mongols differs from the RHD gene intron 4 in the presence of a 652-bp fragment.In this mixed Brazilian population, the most frequent weak D types were 1, 4, 3 and 2 (frequencies of 4.35%, 2.32%, 1.46% and 0.29%, respectively; total of 8.41%) and partial D was found in 2.90% of samples carrying the RHD gene. For samples with inconclusive RhD typing, 53.33% of them presented weak and partial RHD, and 43.75% had concomitantly more than one RHD variant
- Gene ontology - Biological process
- Gene ontology - Cellular component
- Gene ontology - Molecular function
- Entrez Gene
abx082237 | Evans Bluesize: 1 g | 268.12 USD