Proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) is an intranuclear protein that plays a role in DNA repair and replication. Anti-PCNA antibodies are considered a rare but highly specific marker for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and occur in approximately 2–6% of patients with SLE. Anti-PCNA antibodies are usually detected by ELISA but can also be identified by immunofluorescence and immunoblotting.
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|Name||Type||Format||Host/Source||Isotype||Tested Apps||Unit||Catalog||SDS||COA||Request Sample|
|PCNA, Recombinant||Antigen||Aff.Pur.||Sf9 CELLS (INSECT)||N/A||EIA||MG||R01648||SDS||COA||Request Sample|
|MAb to PCNA||Monoclonal||Ascites||Mouse||IgM,k||EIA,LF,WB||ML||M1M20-912||COA||Request Sample|
|MAb to PCNA||Monoclonal||Purified||Mouse||IgG1,k||EIA,LF,WB||MG||MAM21-964||COA||Request Sample|
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