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In vitro, research use only. Not recommended for in vivo experiments.
oYo-Link® DM1 is an antibody-drug conjugation reagent enabling site-specific labeling of compatible antibodies with up to two DM1 drugs per antibody for subsequent cell killing assays or other drug delivery applications. Simply mix the oYo-Link DM1 with your desired antibody followed by photocrosslinking for conjugation in 30-sec hands on time, 2 hours total.
Requirements: Photo-Crosslinking Device
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oYo-Link® DM1 is an Antibody-Drug Conjugation reagent allowing for rapid, site-specific labeling of DM1 drug labels to the heavy-chains of compatible antibodies with up to two labels per antibody. oYo-Link® limits the attachment of the DM1 drugs to the heavy chains of the antibody and therefore ensures that the drug label does not interfere with antibody binding. Furthermore, site-specific labeling limits attachment of 1-2 DM1 drugs per antibody, providing precise antibody-drug conjugate ratios.
Any free oYo-Link drug will not penetrate into cells, so there is no background cell killing, and there is no need for purification post conjugation so researchers can proceed directly to the cell killing assay.
As a synthetic derivative of the microtubule-targeted agent mertansine, also known as the maytansinoid DM1, the DM1 ADC is an antibody-conjugatable, anti-mitotic agent that overcomes systemic toxicity associated with mertansine and enhances tumor-specific delivery.
The antibody labeling procedure simply requires mixing oYo-Link® DM1 with the desired antibody followed by photocrosslinking with non-damaging black light (365 nm).
Photocrosslinking can be carried in most buffers, including those containing amine-containing molecules (e.g. TRIS, glycine) or storage proteins (see Buffer Compatibility Table).
Application: Antibody conjugation reagent for Targeted cell death; Targeted cell death for cancer cells; High-throughput screening with cell killing assays.
Requirements: To label your compatible antibodies with oYo-Link®, you will need a Light Source emitting at 365nm (6-10W). Purchase AlphaThera’s LED Photo-Crosslinking Device here or use a Compatible Device.
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Read our antibody conjugation usual manual for instructions on how to easily conjugate your antibody with oYo-Link products.
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The figure above shows results of a cytotoxic cell assay illustrating the highly specific cell-killing nature of oYo-Link’s antibody-drug conjugate. Her2-positive SKBR3 cells were incubated with oYo-Link® DM1 labeled anti-Her2 (Trastuzumab), SMCC DM1 labeled anti-Her2, oYo-Link® DM1 in isolation and anti-Her2 (Trastuzumab) in isolation.
Since Trastuzumab targets the Her2/neu receptor, efficient cytolysis is observed when the oYo-Link® DM1 ADC is mixed with the Her2-positive SKBR3 cells (black squares). When compared to the control ADC, Trastuzumab-SMCC-DM1, oYo-Link performs just as well if not slightly better. However, the real advantages come from oYo-Link’s versatility and compatibility with nearly any buffer or concentration. The unconjugated antibodies and unconjugated oYo-Link® DM1 do not result in cell death, as shown above. The compounds were added 24 hours after cell seeding and the data was evaluated at 72 hours after cell seeding. Assay was performed and analyzed by the xcelligence™ RTCA SP instrument.
oYo-Link DM1 Photo-crosslinking Efficiency shown by SDS-PAGE: using a 4-12% Tris Gel shows an upwards shift of the antibody heavy chain following site-specific photo-crosslinking with oYo-Link. *Note the size and migration for each unreacted oYo-Link product will differ.
Note: To label mouse IgG1 antibody, you must order the oYo-Link mIgG1 products. This will only label mIgG1 antibody.
|Catalog||Amount Labeled||Price(USD)||Spec Sheet|
|AT7002-100||Label 100 µg Antibody||$350||Download Here|
|AT7002-mIgG1-100||Label 100 µg mouse IgG1 Antibody||$350||Download Here|
|AT7002-500||Label 500 µg Antibody||$1500||Download Here|
|AT7002-mIgG1-500||Label 500 µg mouse IgG1 Antibody||$1500||Download Here|
|AT7002-1000||Label 1000 µg Antibody||$2500||Download Here|
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See Product Spec Sheet shipped with product
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See oYo-Link Antibody & Buffer Compatibility Table here
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1 x PBS
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This product is shipped as a dried clear or white pellet at ambient temperature.
Before opening, briefly centrifuge each tube to ensure that the entire pellet is at the bottom. For all product tubes: Add 100 µL sterile ddH2O and vortex tube briefly until fully dissolved.
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The dried product can be stored at 4°C or -20°C upon receipt. Following reconstitution, the product can be stored at 4°C for short-term durations (< 1 week) and -20°C to -80°C for longer time-spans.
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After reconstitution, each product tube is capable of labeling up to 100 µg of antibody. Please find and follow the Antibody Conjugation User Manual here
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Disposal of product should be performed in compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations. This product does not meet hazard classification criteria based on evaluations made by our company under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200.
Typically, 2500-5000 cells per well is suitable for most cell lines, although this may need to be adjusted for some cell lines.
No, it is not necessary to remove unconjugated oYo-Link® drugs prior to adding the oYo-Link®-Antibody sample to cells. Unconjugated oYo-Link® drugs exhibit little to no background cell killing.
Most antibody drug conjugates will exhibit an EC50 between 10 pM and 10 nM, 72 to 96 hours after adding the ADC. If weak cell killing is observed at an ADC concentration of 10 nM, then extend the incubation time or increase the ADC concentration up to 200 nM. If this doesn’t result in significant cell killing, it usually indicates that the ADC is not able to effectively kill the selected cell line. You may consider testing alternative cell lines that may be more sensitive to the ADC or a different antibody.
Antibody-oYo-Link® drugs can be added 24 hours after seeding cells. Cell cytolysis is typically apparent between 72 and 96 hours after adding the ADCs to cells.
The recommended control groups are antibody alone, oYo-Link® drug alone, and isotype control antibody-oYo-Link® drug conjugate.
Please check the antibody compatibility table. Note: oYo-Link mIgG1 can be used to label mouse IgG1 antibody. Currently, oYo-Link mIgG1 is only available for certain products. Please check the product webpage. oYo-Link mIgG1 only labels mouse IgG1 and is not compatible with other antibodies.
Yes, since oYo-Link specifically bind to the heavy chain of IgG, it works in the presence of both albumin and Tris. oYo-Link is compatible with all common buffers. See the full buffer compatibility table here.
With the exception of oYo-Link MNase and oYo-Link DBCO, all oYo-Link products are shipped as white or clear pellets and are very stable. While we recommend cold storage, they will not exhibit any loss of activity if left at room temperature for a week. oYo-Link MNase and oYo-Link DBCO must be shipped and stored cold (-20°C) immediately upon arrival, otherwise there will be a loss in activity.
Yes. If you are interested in our conjugation service, please contact us at email@example.com. For custom conjugation services, you will need to send us your antibody. The conjugation and purification fee depends on the size and specifications of each order. Purification is not required for most applications.
For most subclasses and species of antibody, oYo-Link will result in the conjugation of 2 labels per antibody (maximum), one label per heavy chain. For example, ~95% of human IgG and Rabbit IgG will have two labels per antibody. However, there are a few antibodies such as mouse IgG2b and goat IgG, where the conjugation is slightly less efficient. In this case, 60 to 80% of the antibody will be labeled and have a mixture of 0, 1 and 2 labels per antibody. See the antibody conjugation efficiency here
Antibody conjugation can be checked on SDS-PAGE gel. An example is present in the supporting data on each product page.
The conjugated and unconjugated antibody binding affinities have been tested via both ELISA and cell binding assays and don’t show any difference.
For most immunoassay applications, purification is not necessary. In our standard recommended protocol, the molar ratio of oYo-Link-to-antibody is 5:1. These conditions ensure that the antibody conjugation efficiency reaches its maximum; however there will be a slight excess remaining in your antibody mixture. This is usually removed during immunoassay washing steps. However, if your application requires high antibody-conjugate purity, please contact us for more information on this process and for a detailed protocol.
When working with oYo-Link Azide (Catalog #: AT3002) and oYo-Link DBCO (Catalog #: AT3003), it is required to perform the click chemistry coupling reactions with the molecule of interest first, prior to photo-crosslinking to an antibody. This is to avoid UV illumination damage to the click moiety and to avoid diluting oYo-Link prior to the reaction to maximize the reaction efficiency. For oYo-Link Tetrazine (Catalog #: AT3004) and oYo-Link Thiol (Catalog #: AT3001); it is recommended to perform the coupling reaction before photo-crosslinking. This is to avoid diluting oYo-Link prior to the coupling reaction to maximize the reaction efficiency.
We recommend working with at least 1 µg of antibody; however, it is possible that even lower amounts of antibody can be labeled.
Yes, antibodies can be efficiently labeled even if diluted to concentrations as low as 50 µg/mL.
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