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Monoclonal antibodies have been successfully isolated which are isozyme-specific for cytochrome P450p (3A1) or P4501 (3A2), two members of the steroid-inducible cytochrome P450 subfamily exhibiting 89% amino acid sequence homology, and these antibodies show less than 5% cross-reaction with 11 other cytochromes P450 (P450a-P450k). A library of 28 purified(More)
Nine distinct monoclonal antibodies raised against purified rat liver cytochrome P-450c react with six different epitopes on the antigen, and one of these epitopes is shared by cytochrome P-450d. None of these monoclonal antibodies recognize seven other purified rat liver isozymes (cytochromes P-450a, b, and e-i) or other proteins in the cytochrome P-450(More)
We have previously shown that purified rat liver cytochromes P-450c and P-450d share some but not all immunochemical determinants (Reik, L. M., Levin, W., Ryan, D.E., and Thomas, P.E. (1982) J. Biol. Chem. 257, 3950-3957). Antibody to cytochrome P-450d cross-reacts with cytochrome P-450c to form an immunoprecipitin band in the Ouchterlony test, but no(More)
High pressure liquid chromatographic systems capable of resolving at least 28 known and potential metabolites of 17 beta-hydroxy-4-androsten-3-one (testosterone) and 4-androstene-3,17-dione (androstenedione) were used to quantitatively assess the metabolism of the two steroids in monooxygenase systems reconstituted with five purified rat liver cytochrome(More)
Polyclonal antibodies were produced in rabbits against purified cytochrome P-450j isolated from isoniazid-treated adult male rats. The monospecificity of immunoadsorbed antibody to cytochrome P-450j was demonstrated by Ouchterlony double diffusion analyses, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays, and immunoblots. Immunoquantitation results indicated that rat(More)