This is a review about alpha fetoprotein, based on 31 published articles (read how Labome selects the articles), using alpha fetoprotein antibody in all methods. It is aimed to help Labome visitors find the most suited alpha fetoprotein antibody.
alpha fetoprotein synonym: AFPD; FETA; HPAFP; alpha-1-fetoprotein; alpha-fetoglobulin

Santa Cruz Biotechnology
mouse monoclonal (H-9)
  • IC; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-166335) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. Anal Chem (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (F-8)
  • IC; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-166325) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. Biomaterials (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (39)
  • IC; human; 1:100
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz Biotech, SC-130302) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:100. PLoS Genet (2015) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-19)
  • IC; mouse
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8108) was used in immunocytochemistry on mouse samples. Stem Cells Transl Med (2015) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-19)
  • IC; mouse
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz Biotech, sc-8108) was used in immunocytochemistry on mouse samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-19)
  • IC; rabbit; 1:200
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Sc-8108) was used in immunocytochemistry on rabbit samples at 1:200. Stem Cells Dev (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-19)
  • IC; mouse; 1:100
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc8108) was used in immunocytochemistry on mouse samples at 1:100. Mol Biotechnol (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-19)
  • IC; mouse
Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-8108) was used in immunocytochemistry on mouse samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C3)
  • IC; human; 1:100
In order to study two pluripotent stem cell populations in regards to a neural precurson cell population, Santa Cruz Biotechnology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-8399) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:100. Stem Cell Res (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-19)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology goat polyclonal anti-AFP antibody was used to carry out western blot analysis in order to invesitgate the expression and location of AFP protein in rat developmental colon.World J Gastroenterol (2009) ncbi
R and D Systems
mouse monoclonal (189502)
  • FC; mouse; 1:200
R and D Systems alpha fetoprotein antibody (R&D, MAB1368) was used in flow cytometry on mouse samples at 1:200. Springerplus (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (189502)
  • IC; human; 1:200
R and D Systems alpha fetoprotein antibody (R & D Systems, MAB1368) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:200. Acta Naturae (2014) ncbi
Invitrogen
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse
In order to investigate hepatocarcinogenesis mediated by hepatitis B virus X protein, Invitrogen alpha fetoprotein antibody (NeoMarkers, PA5-11480) was used in western blot on mouse samples. Mol Cancer (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:100
In order to study the generation of primitive endoderm cells with self-renewal capacity following the culture of cells derived from murine amniotic fluid on irradiated STO fibroblast feeder layers, Invitrogen alpha fetoprotein antibody (Neomarkers, Ab-2) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:100. Cells Tissues Organs (2013) ncbi
Abcam
mouse monoclonal (AFP-01)
  • IC; human
Abcam alpha fetoprotein antibody (Abcam, ab3980) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (AFP-11)
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:100
In order to study the increased formation of embroid bodies and cardiomyocytic differentiation of murine embryonic stem cells cultured in a slow turning lateral vessel bioreactor, Abcam alpha fetoprotein antibody (Abcam, ab3969) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:100. Cell Reprogram (2013) ncbi
Proteintech Group
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-P; mouse
In order to elucidate the origin of hepatocellular carcinoma, Proteintech Group alpha fetoprotein antibody (Proteintech, 14550-1-AP) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples. J Clin Invest (2015) ncbi
Sigma-Aldrich
mouse monoclonal (C3)
  • IP; human; 1:500; fig 1g
Sigma-Aldrich alpha fetoprotein antibody (Sigma, A8452) was used in immunoprecipitation on human samples at 1:500 (fig 1g). Nat Commun (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C3)
  • IC; human; 1:600; tbl 1
Sigma-Aldrich alpha fetoprotein antibody (Sigma, A8452) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:600 (tbl 1). Methods Mol Biol (2016) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C3)
  • IC; human
Sigma-Aldrich alpha fetoprotein antibody (Sigma, A8452) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. Methods Mol Biol (2016) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IC; human; 1:500
Sigma-Aldrich alpha fetoprotein antibody (Sigma, HPA010607) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:500. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C3)
  • IC; human; 1:500
In order to report the generation of human fibroblast-derived hepatocytes that can be used to repopulate mouse livers, Sigma-Aldrich alpha fetoprotein antibody (Sigma, A8452) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:500. Nature (2014) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Sigma-Aldrich AFP antibody was used in western blot to study phenotypes of pluripotent human hepatic progenitorsStem Cells (2006) ncbi
not indicated
  • IC; human
Sigma alpha-fetoprotein monoclonal antibody was used in immunocytochemistry to study OCT4 express in human embryonic stem cell clonesStem Cells (2005) ncbi
Dako
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-P; mouse
In order to examine the role of fibroblast growth factor-inducible 14 in acute alcoholic steatohepatitis in mice, Dako alpha fetoprotein antibody (Dako, A0008) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IC; human; 1:100
In order to evaluate a culture method for the maturation of induced pluripotent stem cell derived hepatocytes, Dako alpha fetoprotein antibody (DAKO, A0008) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:100. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IC; dog
Dako alpha fetoprotein antibody (Dako, A0008) was used in immunocytochemistry on dog samples. Methods Mol Biol (2013) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IC; human
Dako alpha fetoprotein antibody (Dako, A0008) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. J Biol Chem (2013) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Dako rabbit polyclonal anti-human AFP antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to determine the role of exogenous and endogenous ECM in the differentiation of nonhuman primate ESCs.Stem Cells (2007) ncbi
Cell Signaling Technology
mouse monoclonal (3H8)
  • IC; human; 1:200
In order to study age-related macular degeneration pathogenesis using stem cells differentiation into retinal pigment epithelial cells using T cells, Cell Signaling Technology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Cell signaling, 3903) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:200. Front Aging Neurosci (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3H8)
  • IC; human
Cell Signaling Technology alpha fetoprotein antibody (Cell Signaling, 3903S) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. Biomaterials (2014) ncbi
Fitzgerald Industries
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Fitzgerald mouse polyclonal albumin antibody was used in immunohistochemistry (1:20) to determine the role of exogenous and endogenous ECM in the differentiation of nonhuman primate ESCs.Stem Cells (2007) ncbi
Articles Reviewed
  1. Xueru Mu et al. (2015). "Hepatocellular carcinoma originates from hepatocytes and not from the progenitor/biliary compartment".PMID 26348897
  2. Xiao Peng He et al. (2015). "Quick serological detection of a cancer biomarker with an agglutinated supramolecular glycoprobe".PMID 26235567
  3. Xiao Huang et al. (2015). "Light-activated RNA interference in human embryonic stem cells".PMID 26086448
  4. Jason S L Yu et al. (2015). "PI3K/mTORC2 regulates TGF-β/Activin signalling by modulating Smad2/3 activity via linker phosphorylation".PMID 25998442
  5. Samantha M Thomas et al. (2015). "Reprogramming LCLs to iPSCs Results in Recovery of Donor-Specific Gene Expression Signature".PMID 25950834
  6. Ayaka Yanagida et al. (2016). "Generation and In Vitro Expansion of Hepatic Progenitor Cells from Human iPS Cells".PMID 25697415
  7. Sinan Güven et al. (2015). "Functional maintenance of differentiated embryoid bodies in microfluidic systems: a platform for personalized medicine".PMID 25666845
  8. Gamze Karaca et al. (2015). "Role of Fn14 in acute alcoholic steatohepatitis in mice".PMID 25524063
  9. Renuka Sivapatham et al. (2016). "Generation and Characterization of Patient-Specific Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell for Disease Modeling".PMID 25520284
  10. Raymond M Anchan et al. (2014). "Pax6- and Six3-mediated induction of lens cell fate in mouse and human ES cells".PMID 25517354
  11. Akira Shimamoto et al. (2014). "Reprogramming suppresses premature senescence phenotypes of Werner syndrome cells and maintains chromosomal stability over long-term culture".PMID 25390333
  12. Giuseppe Pettinato et al. (2014). "ROCK inhibitor is not required for embryoid body formation from singularized human embryonic stem cells".PMID 25365581
  13. Yun Ching Chang et al. (2014). "The generation of induced pluripotent stem cells for macular degeneration as a drug screening platform: identification of curcumin as a protective agent for retinal pigment epithelial cells against oxidative stress".PMID 25136316
  14. Weiying Zhang et al. (2014). "Hepatitis B virus X protein accelerates hepatocarcinogenesis with partner survivin through modulating miR-520b and HBXIP".PMID 24886421
  15. Yonghua Jiang et al. (2014). "Xist deficiency and disorders of X-inactivation in rabbit embryonic stem cells can be rescued by transcription-factor-mediated conversion".PMID 24805295
  16. Olga S Petrakova et al. (2014). "Comparative analysis reveals similarities between cultured submandibular salivary gland cells and liver progenitor cells".PMID 24790827
  17. I A Muchkaeva et al. (2014). "Generation of iPS Cells from Human Hair Follice Dermal Papilla Cells".PMID 24772326
  18. Marina V Pryzhkova et al. (2014). "Carbon nanotube-based substrates for modulation of human pluripotent stem cell fate".PMID 24690530
  19. Anna Pertek et al. (2014). "Simple derivation of transgene-free iPS cells by a dual recombinase approach".PMID 24677035
  20. Xinrong Peng et al. (2014). "Germline transmission of an embryonic stem cell line derived from BALB/c cataract mice".PMID 24595217
  21. Saiyong Zhu et al. (2014). "Mouse liver repopulation with hepatocytes generated from human fibroblasts".PMID 24572354
  22. Richard L Gieseck et al. (2014). "Maturation of induced pluripotent stem cell derived hepatocytes by 3D-culture".PMID 24466060
  23. Barbara S Mallon et al. (2014). "Comparison of the molecular profiles of human embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cells of isogenic origin".PMID 24374290
  24. Aleksandar M Babic et al. (2013). "Culture of mouse amniotic fluid-derived cells on irradiated STO feeders results in the generation of primitive endoderm cell lines capable of self-renewal in vitro".PMID 24060676
  25. Sasitorn Rungarunlert et al. (2013). "Slow turning lateral vessel bioreactor improves embryoid body formation and cardiogenic differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells".PMID 24020697
  26. Ian C Tobias et al. (2013). "Derivation and culture of canine embryonic stem cells".PMID 23975806
  27. Maria J Barrero et al. (2013). "Macro histone variants are critical for the differentiation of human pluripotent cells".PMID 23595991
  28. Xiao Yan Liu et al. (2009). "Expression and location of alpha-fetoprotein during rat colon development".PMID 19360917
  29. Silvia S Chen et al. (2007). "Cell-cell and cell-extracellular matrix interactions regulate embryonic stem cell differentiation".PMID 17332514
  30. Eva Schmelzer et al. (2006). "The phenotypes of pluripotent human hepatic progenitors".PMID 16627685
  31. Lesley Gerrard et al. (2005). "Stably transfected human embryonic stem cell clones express OCT4-specific green fluorescent protein and maintain self-renewal and pluripotency".PMID 15625129