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Anti-Dehydroepiandrosterone antibody *Mouse anti-human, monoclonal IgG1*

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Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is the most abundant hormone in the human body. It is synthesized primarily in the adrenal glands, gonads and brain from cholesterol, and is a metabolic intermediate for all sex hormones. In blood, most of the DHEA present is sulfated as DHEAS with levels approximately 250 to 300-fold higher than free DHEA. The conversion of DHEAS to DHEA, which is catalyzed by sulfotransferase, occurs predominantly in the adrenal, liver and small intestine. In clinical biology, blood measurements of DHEAS and DHEA are a useful in assessing excess adrenal activity in patients with adrenal cancer, hyperplasia and in females with polycystic ovary syndrome. Anti-DHEA monoclonal antibodies are highly sensitive for the detection of DHEA immunogens. They can be used for a broad range immunoassays such as ELISA.


We provide custom conjugation services for this antibody (eg. labeling of Anti-Dehydroepiandrosterone antibody *Mouse anti-human, monoclonal IgG1* with HRP). A list of available labels can be found in the table below:

AFAF350, AF488, AF555, AF594, AF647, AF680, AF700, AF750
ProteinsHRP, Alkaline Phosphatase, Streptavidin
TandemsAPC, APC/Cy7, APC/AF750, APC/iFluor™ 700, APC/iFluor™ 750, PE, PE/Cy5, PE/Cy7, PE/AF610, PE/AF700, PE/iFluor™ 594, PE/iFluor™ 647, PE/iFluor™ 700, PE/iFluor™ 750, PE/Texas Red®, PerCP, PerCP/Cy5.5
Small MoleculesBiotin
Traditional DyesFITC (fluorescein), TRITC, PacBlue, PacOrange, Cy3, Cy5
iFluor350, 405, 430, 450, 488, 514, 532, 546, 555, 560, 568, 594, 610, 633, 647, 660, 670, 680, 700, 710, 750, 790, 800, 810, 820, 840, 860, A7
mFluorUV375, UV460, Violet 450, Violet 500, Violet 510, Violet 540, Blue 570, Green 620, Red 700, Red 780

For additional information about custom conjugations, please consult our services page here.