Detecting fish parvalbumin with commercial mouse monoclonal anti-frog parvalbumin IgG.

@article{Chen2006DetectingFP,
  title={Detecting fish parvalbumin with commercial mouse monoclonal anti-frog parvalbumin IgG.},
  author={Lingyun Chen and Sue L Hefle and Steve L Taylor and I Swoboda and Richard E. Goodman},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={54 15},
  pages={5577-82}
}
Parvalbumin is a calcium-binding muscle protein that is highly conserved across fish species and amphibians. It is the major cross-reactive allergen associated with both fish and frog allergy. We used two-dimensional electrophoretic and immunoblotting techniques to investigate the utility of a commercial monoclonal anti-frog parvalbumin IgG for detecting parvalbumin present in some commonly consumed fish species. The 2D electrophoresis and immunoblots revealed species-specific differences in… CONTINUE READING

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