This is a review about JAGGED1, based on 27 published articles (read how Labome selects the articles), using JAGGED1 antibody in all methods. It is aimed to help Labome visitors find the most suited JAGGED1 antibody.
JAGGED1 synonym: AGS; AHD; AWS; CD339; HJ1; JAGL1

Santa Cruz Biotechnology
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz, C20) was used in western blot on human samples. J Cell Physiol (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • WB; rat; 1:200; fig 4
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8303) was used in western blot on rat samples at 1:200 (fig 4). J Ethnopharmacol (2015) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • WB; mouse; 1:200; fig 6
  • IHC; mouse; 1:100; fig 6
In order to study processes that limit antihypertensive responses in SPAK kinase-deficient mice, Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-6011) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:200 (fig 6) and in immunohistochemistry on mouse samples at 1:100 (fig 6). J Clin Invest (2015) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • IHC-F; mouse; 1:100
In order to characterize a mouse line where cells expressing low levels of Notch1 activation are marked, Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotech, SC-6011) was used in immunohistochemistry - frozen section on mouse samples at 1:100. Development (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100; fig s1
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, H-114) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100 (fig s1). Placenta (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8303) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. Oncotarget (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • IHC; mouse; 1:50
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, SC-8303) was used in immunohistochemistry on mouse samples at 1:50. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruze, sc-8303) was used in western blot on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:50
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc6011) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:50. J Gastroenterol Hepatol (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:100
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz, SC8303) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:100. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • IHC; rat
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc6011) was used in immunohistochemistry on rat samples. Dev Biol (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:50
  • WB; mouse
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8303) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:50 and in western blot on mouse samples. Int J Cancer (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:50
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz, SC-8303) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:50. PLoS ONE (2013) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-114)
  • WB; mouse; 1:200
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, SC-8303) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:200. Mol Neurobiol (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • WB; mouse
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-6011) was used in western blot on mouse samples. J Biol Chem (2013) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-66)
  • IHC-P; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-11376) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. Biomed Res Int (2013) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:50
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-6011) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:50. PLoS ONE (2012) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • IHC-P; human; 0.3 ug/ml
In order to study the role of Notch signaling in regulating IL-33 expression in quiescent endothelial cells, Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-6011) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 0.3 ug/ml. Am J Pathol (2012) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology polyclonal anti-Jagged1 antibody was used to perform western blot in order to study Notch signaling auto-amplification in macrophages which is regulated by TLR and RBP-J.J Immunol (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • IC; human
  • FC; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnologies Biosystems anti-JAGGED1 antibody was used to perform immunocytochemistry and flow cytometry in order to show that mesenchymal stem cell can be polarized by downstream TLR signaling into two distinctly acting phenotypes.PLoS ONE (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology Jagged1 antibody was used in western blot in order to generate monoclonal antibodies to evaluate therapeutic potential of targeting EphA2 in pancreatic tumor.J Oncol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology anti-Jagged1 antibody was used to carry out western blot analysis in order to investigate the regulation of Notch signaling and cell differentiation by mTOR signaling.J Clin Invest (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology goat polyclonal anti-Jagged1 (1:100) antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to study Notch signaling in the corneal epitheliumMol Vis (2008) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • IHC-F; mouse; 1:400
Santa Cruz Biotechnology JAGGED1 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc6011) was used in immunohistochemistry - frozen section on mouse samples at 1:400. J Comp Neurol (2006) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-20)
  • IHC; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology polyclonal anti-Jagged1 antibody (sc-6011) was used in immunohistochemistry to study the effect of Delta1 versus Jagged1 on T-cell progenitors at specific developmental stages in sections from human thymic tissue.Blood (2005) ncbi
R and D Systems
goat polyclonal
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:100
R and D Systems JAGGED1 antibody (R&D Systems, AF1277) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:100. Cancer Res (2015) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
R&D Systems anti-Jagged1 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study Notch signaling auto-amplification in macrophages which was regulated by TLR and RBP-J.J Immunol (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • Neut; human
R&D Systems anti-Jagged-1 goat polyclonal antibody was used to perform blocking experiment in order to study the role of human BM-derived MSCs expressed TLR3 and TLR4 in inhibiting their T-Cell modulatory activity.Stem Cells (2008) ncbi
Cell Signaling Technology
rabbit monoclonal (1C4)
  • IHC-F; human; 1:100
Cell Signaling Technology JAGGED1 antibody (Cell Signaling, 2155) was used in immunohistochemistry - frozen section on human samples at 1:100. Oncotarget (2015) ncbi
Articles Reviewed
  1. Ganga Gopinathan et al. (2015). "Interleukin-6 Stimulates Defective Angiogenesis".PMID 26081809
  2. Jieun Yun et al. (2015). "p53 Modulates Notch Signaling in MCF-7 Breast Cancer Cells by Associating With the Notch Transcriptional Complex Via MAML1".PMID 26033683
  3. Mu Yongping et al. (2015). "Astragaloside prevents BDL-induced liver fibrosis through inhibition of notch signaling activation".PMID 25917841
  4. P Richard Grimm et al. (2015). "Integrated compensatory network is activated in the absence of NCC phosphorylation".PMID 25893600
  5. Zhenyi Liu et al. (2015). "Second-generation Notch1 activity-trap mouse line (N1IP::CreHI) provides a more comprehensive map of cells experiencing Notch1 activity".PMID 25725069
  6. K Plessl et al. (2015). "Expression pattern and function of Notch2 in different subtypes of first trimester cytotrophoblast".PMID 25659500
  7. Kah Jing Lim et al. (2015). "Lateral inhibition of Notch signaling in neoplastic cells".PMID 25557173
  8. Daniel Murta et al. (2014). "In vivo notch signaling blockade induces abnormal spermatogenesis in the mouse".PMID 25412258
  9. Kaiqun Ren et al. (2014). "KCTD10 is involved in the cardiovascular system and Notch signaling during early embryonic development".PMID 25401743
  10. Daichi Ishikawa et al. (2014). "Effect of Twist and Bmi1 on intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas".PMID 24909638
  11. Stephanie Hum et al. (2014). "Ablation of the renal stroma defines its critical role in nephron progenitor and vasculature patterning".PMID 24505489
  12. L J Dawes et al. (2014). "Interactions between lens epithelial and fiber cells reveal an intrinsic self-assembly mechanism".PMID 24211762
  13. Monica Battle et al. (2014). "Obesity induced a leptin-Notch signaling axis in breast cancer".PMID 24114531
  14. Daniel Murta et al. (2013). "Dynamics of Notch pathway expression during mouse testis post-natal development and along the spermatogenic cycle".PMID 24015274
  15. Longze Sha et al. (2014). "Notch signaling activation promotes seizure activity in temporal lobe epilepsy".PMID 23999872
  16. Jason L Larabee et al. (2013). "Increased cAMP in monocytes augments Notch signaling mechanisms by elevating RBP-J and transducin-like enhancer of Split (TLE)".PMID 23775085
  17. Kristina Vukusic et al. (2013). "High density sphere culture of adult cardiac cells increases the levels of cardiac and progenitor markers and shows signs of vasculogenesis".PMID 23484142
  18. Georg Steffes et al. (2012). "Mutanlallemand (mtl) and Belly Spot and Deafness (bsd) are two new mutations of Lmx1a causing severe cochlear and vestibular defects".PMID 23226461
  19. Eirik Sundlisaeter et al. (2012). "The alarmin IL-33 is a notch target in quiescent endothelial cells".PMID 22809957
  20. Julia Foldi et al. (2010). "Autoamplification of Notch signaling in macrophages by TLR-induced and RBP-J-dependent induction of Jagged1".PMID 20870935
  21. Ruth S Waterman et al. (2010). "A new mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) paradigm: polarization into a pro-inflammatory MSC1 or an Immunosuppressive MSC2 phenotype".PMID 20436665
  22. Helenia Ansuini et al. (2009). "Anti-EphA2 Antibodies with Distinct In Vitro Properties Have Equal In Vivo Efficacy in Pancreatic Cancer".PMID 20130824
  23. Jianhui Ma et al. (2010). "Mammalian target of rapamycin regulates murine and human cell differentiation through STAT3/p63/Jagged/Notch cascade".PMID 20038814
  24. A R Djalilian et al. (2008). "Down-regulation of Notch signaling during corneal epithelial proliferation".PMID 18552977
  25. Francesco Liotta et al. (2008). "Toll-like receptors 3 and 4 are expressed by human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells and can inhibit their T-cell modulatory activity by impairing Notch signaling".PMID 17962701
  26. Junko Murata et al. (2006). "Mapping of notch activation during cochlear development in mice: implications for determination of prosensory domain and cell fate diversification".PMID 16736472
  27. Sophie M Lehar et al. (2005). "Notch ligands Delta 1 and Jagged1 transmit distinct signals to T-cell precursors".PMID 15486060