Anti-Laminin alpha 4 [3H2]

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Cat. #162129

Anti-Laminin alpha 4 [3H2]

Cat. #: 162129

Target: Laminin alpha 4

Class: Monoclonal

Application: IP (not suitable for WB)

Reactivity: Human

Host: Mouse


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Inventor: Sulev Ingerpuu

Institute: University of Tartu

Primary Citation: Wondimu et al. 2004. Blood. 104(6):1859-66. PMID: 15172971

Tool Details
Target Details

Tool Details


  • Name: Anti-Laminin alpha 4 [3H2]
  • Clone: 3H2
  • Class: Monoclonal
  • Conjugation: Unconjugated
  • Cell signalling pathway: ERK
  • Molecular weight: 210 kDa
  • Reactivity: Human
  • Host: Mouse
  • Disease: Cardiomyopathy, Dilated, 1Jj and Familial Isolated Dilated Cardiomyopathy
  • Application: IP (not suitable for WB)
  • Description: Antibody recognising the laminin alpha 4 chain. Antibody has been used in immunoprecipitation studies.
  • Immunogen: Immunoaffinity-purified LN-8 from human platelets
  • Isotype: IgG1
  • Recommended controls: Mouse IgG

Target Details

  • Target: Laminin alpha 4
  • Target alternate names: LAMA4, CMD1JJ, LAMA3, LAMA4*-1, Laminin, alpha 4, laminin subunit alpha 4
  • Molecular weight: 210 kDa
  • Target background: Laminin alpha 4 is one of the subunits of laminin 4, one of the extracellular matrix glycoproteins abundantly present in the basement membranes of blood vessels. The laminin alpha 4 contains the C-terminal G domain, which distinguishes all alpha chains from the beta and gamma chains. Although it seems involved in development, the exact function of laminin alpha 4 is unknown.


  • Application: IP (not suitable for WB)
  • Application notes: For IF on platelets, a working concentration of 3 ug/mL is recommended


  • Schmal et al. 2016. Stem Cells Int. 4148093, PMID: 26839560
  • Pook et al. 2014. J Thromb Haemost. 12(4):519-27. PMID: 24450402
  • Wondimu et al. 2004. Blood. 104(6):1859-66. PMID: 15172971