Mouse Anti-human IgG Monoclonal Antibody (High Avidity)
Human IgG is one of several forms of antibody that are produced by human B cells. Representing approximately 75% of antibodies in human serum, IgG is the most common type of antibody found in the circulation. It is secreted as a monomer with a molecular weight of approximately 150 kDa and forms the Y-like shaped molecule with two antigen binding sites.
IgG antibodies are generated through class switching and maturation in the antibody response and participate predominantly in the secondary immune response.
The detection of pathogen-specific IgG antibodies is a good indication of prolonged microbial infection or reinfection.
B0296 was generated by immunizing mice with human IgG and purified from ascites via caprylic acid and ammonium sulfate method. This rare IgM class clone was specifically selected for its high avidity binding to human IgG.