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THE™ His Tag Antibody, mAb, Mouse

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Western blot analysis of His-tagged fusion proteins using THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml)
Lane 1: N-terminal His-tagged fusion protein
Lane 2: C-terminal His-tagged fusion protein
The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Western blot analysis of Multiple Tag Cell Lysate (GenScript, M0100) using THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml)
The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).
Predicted Size: 52 kD
Observed Size: 52 kD

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Comparison of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A: GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml) with Mouse Anti-His mAbs (B: Competitor Q#1, 1 µg/ml; C: Competitor Q#2, 1 µg/ml) by Dot blot.
The assay was performed with His-tagged fusion protein.
The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Comparison of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A: GenScript, A00186, 0.1 µg/ml) with Mouse Anti-His mAb (B: Competitor A, 0.1 µg/ml) by Western blot.
The assay was performed with His-tagged fusion protein.
The signal was developed with One-Step WesternTM Basic Kit (GenScript, L00205).

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Comparison of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A: GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml) with Mouse Anti-His mAb (B: Competitor B, 1 µg/ml) by Western blot.
The assay was performed with cell lysates containing His-tagged fusion protein.
The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Consistency analysis of Batch 1#, 2#, 3# and 4# of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml) by Western blot, showing that signal remains consistent from Lot to Lot.
The assay was performed with His-tagged fusion protein.
The signal was developed with IRDyeTM 800 Conjugated Goat Anti-Mouse IgG.

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Flow cytometric analysis of non-transfected or His fusion gene transfected CHO cells using
THETM His Tag Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186) (black and green, respectively).

The signal was developed with FITC conjugated Goat Anti-Mouse IgG.

THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

Western blot analysis of immunoprecipitates from cell lysates containing His fusion protein using THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186).
1. Positive control containg His fusion protein
2. Negative control – IP with isotype control antibody (A01007)
3. Immunoprecipitation with THETM His Tag Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A00186)

Specificity THE™ His Tag Antibody, mAb, Mouse recognizes C-terminal, N-terminal, and internal His tagged fusion proteins.
Host Species Mouse
Immunogen A synthetic peptide HHHHHH coupled to KLH
Conjugate Unconjugated

Working concentrations for specific applications should be determined by the investigator.The appropriate concentrations may be affected by secondary antibody affinity, antigen concentration, the sensitivity of the method of detection, temperature, the length of the incubations, and other factors.The suitability of this antibody for applications other than those listed below has not been determined.The following concentration ranges are recommended starting points for this product.
Application Recommended Usage
ELISA 0.05-0.2 µg/ml
Western Blot 0.1-0.2 µg/ml
Immunoprecipitation (IP) 1 µg/ml
Immunofluorescent staining 1 µg/ml
Flow Cytometry (FACS) 1 µg/ml
TR-FRET assays User-optimized
Other applications User-optimized

Form Lyophilized
Storage Buffer Lyophilized with PBS, pH 7.4, containing 0.02% sodium azide
Reconstitution Reconstitute the lyophilized powder with deionized water (or equivalent) to an final concentration of 0.5 mg/ml.
Storage Instructions The antibody is stable in lyophilized form if stored at -20°C or below.The reconstituted antibody can be stored for 2-3 weeks at 2-8°C.For long term storage, aliquot and store at -20°C or below.Avoid repeated freezing and thawing cycles.
Purification Protein A affinity column
Isotype Mouse IgG1,κ
Clonality Monoclonal
Clone ID 6G2A9
Note GenScript can offer this product according to your requirement, including product size, buffer components,etc.

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Western blot analysis of His-tagged fusion proteins using THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml)
    Lane 1: N-terminal His-tagged fusion protein
    Lane 2: C-terminal His-tagged fusion protein
    The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Western blot analysis of Multiple Tag Cell Lysate (GenScript, M0100) using THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml)
    The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).
    Predicted Size: 52 kD
    Observed Size: 52 kD

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Comparison of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A: GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml) with Mouse Anti-His mAbs (B: Competitor Q#1, 1 µg/ml; C: Competitor Q#2, 1 µg/ml) by Dot blot.
    The assay was performed with His-tagged fusion protein.
    The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Comparison of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A: GenScript, A00186, 0.1 µg/ml) with Mouse Anti-His mAb (B: Competitor A, 0.1 µg/ml) by Western blot.
    The assay was performed with His-tagged fusion protein.
    The signal was developed with One-Step WesternTM Basic Kit (GenScript, L00205).

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Comparison of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A: GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml) with Mouse Anti-His mAb (B: Competitor B, 1 µg/ml) by Western blot.
    The assay was performed with cell lysates containing His-tagged fusion protein.
    The signal was developed with Goat Anti-Mouse IgG (H&L) [HRP] Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript, A00160, 1:10,000) and LumiSensorTM HRP Substrate Kit (GenScript, L00221).

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Consistency analysis of Batch 1#, 2#, 3# and 4# of THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186, 1 µg/ml) by Western blot, showing that signal remains consistent from Lot to Lot.
    The assay was performed with His-tagged fusion protein.
    The signal was developed with IRDyeTM 800 Conjugated Goat Anti-Mouse IgG.

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Flow cytometric analysis of non-transfected or His fusion gene transfected CHO cells using
    THETM His Tag Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186) (black and green, respectively).

    The signal was developed with FITC conjugated Goat Anti-Mouse IgG.

  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse
  • THE™ His Tag Antibody, MAb, Mouse

    Western blot analysis of immunoprecipitates from cell lysates containing His fusion protein using THETM His Antibody, mAb, Mouse (GenScript, A00186).
    1. Positive control containg His fusion protein
    2. Negative control – IP with isotype control antibody (A01007)
    3. Immunoprecipitation with THETM His Tag Antibody, mAb, Mouse (A00186)


Target Background Monoclonal antibodies specific to six histidine tags can greatly improve the effectiveness of several different kinds of immunoassays, helping researchers identify, detect, and purify polyhistidine fusion proteins in bacteria, insect cells, and mammalian cells.However, since 6XHis-tag is poorly immunogenic, it needs to be conjugated to KLH or some other carrier as an immunogen.After hundreds of selection cycles, researchers at GenScript successfully isolated an antibody against His-tag.THE™ His Tag Antibody, mAb, Mouse (subtype IgG1) has very high affinity.Tests performed at GenScript show that the antibody can also recognize 4xHis- and 5xHis-tags.This means that even if the 6xHis-tag is only partially exposed, it will still be recognized and bound by this antibody.THE™ His Tag mAb is produced from mice ascites and purified by protein A affinity column.This antibody recognizes native as well as denatured forms of synthetic polyhistidine and polyhistidine-tagged fusion proteins.The product reacts with fusion proteins expressed in bacteria, insect cells, and mammalian cells.THE™ His Tag mAb recognizes His tags placed at N-terminal, C-terminal, and internal regions of fusion proteins.THE™ His Tag mAb can be used in Western blot analyses, Dot blot analyses, ELISA, immunofluorescent staining, and flow cytometry of cultured cells.
Synonyms THE™ Anti-His mAb;

For laboratory research use only. Direct human use, including taking orally and injection and clinical use are forbidden.


Cat. No. Product Name Quantity Price
L00440w
His Tag Antibody Plate (white, 96 wells, nonremovable) - 5 plates
$179.00
L00440c
His Tag Antibody Plate (clear, 8x12 strips) - 5 plates
$179.00
L00440b
His Tag Antibody Plate (black, 96 wells, nonremovable) - 5 plates
$179.00
L00439-1
Anti-His Affinity Resin - 1 ml Resin (Total 2 ml)
$399.00
L00439-5
Anti-His Affinity Resin - 5 ml Resin (Total 10 ml)
$1599.00
L00436
His Tag ELISA Detection Kit - 1 kit
$298.00
A01802-100
THE™ His Tag Antibody [iFluor 647], mAb, Mouse - 100 μg
$450.00
A01801-100
THE™ His Tag Antibody [iFluor 555], mAb, Mouse - 100 μg
$450.00
A01800-100
THE™ His Tag Antibody [iFluor 488], mAb, Mouse - 100 μg
$450.00
A01620
THE™ His Tag Antibody [FITC], mAb, Mouse - 100 μg
$410.00
A00613
THE™ His Tag Antibody [Biotin], mAb, Mouse - 100 μg
$410.00
A00612
THE™ His Tag Antibody [HRP], mAb, Mouse - 100 μg
$410.00
A00205-40
His-tag antibody [Biotin], pAb, Rabbit - 40 μg
$99.00
A00174-40
His-tag Antibody, pAb, Rabbit - 40 μg
$99.00
 
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Cat. No. A00186
Size Price
100 μg $375.00