Antibodies Against Interferon Stimulated Gene 15 (ISG15)


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Thomas R Hansen
Kathleen J Austin
James K Pru

At A Glance

Researchers at Colorado State University in collaboration with the University of Wyoming have developed both monoclonal (mouse) and polyclonal (rabbit) antibodies against recombinant bovine interferon stimulated gene 15 (rbISG15) to detect ISG15 in animal fluids.  High levels of ISG15 in animal fluids is indicative of pregnancy or viral infection.  These materials can be used to develop rapid and cost-effective diagnostics and/or detection kits; materials are also available for research purposes.

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Steve Foster

Reference No.:  19-030


Hansen TR, Pru JK. ISGylation: a conserved pathway in mammalian pregnancy. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2014;759:13-31. doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-0817-2_2

Last updated: September 2020

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