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Table 1 Peptides and antibodies used throughout this study. Note that all these peptides have a cysteine at their N terminus, which has been added for conjugating them to a carrier protein for the immunization

From: Competition between bound and free peptides in an ELISA-based procedure that assays peptides derived from protein digests

Peptide name Sequences Location Serum from rabbit
MXR P1 C VGTQFIR 178–184 #65158, #64541
MXR P2 C LAEIYVNSSFYK 332–343 #64795, #64850
MXR P3 C EISYTTSFCHQLR 366–378 #64795, #64850
MXR P4 C LFIHYISGYYR 454–465 #64853, #64851
MXR P5 C NDSTGIQNR 418–426 #64853, #64851
MRP1 P1 C PSDLLQQR 1511–1518 #A0151, #A0152
MRP1 P2 C DLWSLNK 240–246 #A0151, #A0152
NaK ATPase P1 C IPFNSTNK 478–485 #64845, #64846
NaK ATPase P2 C PTTPEWVK 74–81 #64845, #64846
NaK ATPase P3 C TGTLTQNR 368–375 #64855, #64856
NaK ATPase P4 C YEPAAVSE 10–17 #64855, #64856