Antibody Picture Gallery
section is an educational repository for pictures or images of
immunoglobulin structures or antibody-related phenomenon that have been
donated by researchers or companies. If you have something you would
like to donate, please email
the ARP. If you would like to reproduce any of these, please contact
the original creator and then note that you found the image on the
Antibody Resource Page.
Wikimedia has a great collection of immunoglobulin structures that can be found here.
Click here to see another colorful example of immunostaining (donated by immunoGlobe Antikoerpertechnik GmbH)
Click here to see a labeled picture of the first intact IgG ever crystallized (donated by Lisa Harris and Prof. Alexander McPherson)
Click here to see some colorful examples of immunostaining
Click here to see an animated gif of a rotating Fv fragment! (donated by Dr. Stefan Duebel of the Recombinant Antibody Page)
Click here to see a molecular modeling representation of the HyHel-5 (anti-lysozyme) Fv showing the various CDR binding loops (donated by Dave Ritchie)
Click here to see an animated gif of a rotating antibody (donated by Antibody Concepts)
Click here to see another animated gif of a rotating antibody (donated by Antibody Solutions). Created by Stefan Hemmerich.
- And just in case you can't get enough of rotating antibodies, click here to see one more! (donated by Jose Saldanha. Created for his page, Humanization by Design).
Note: If you liked this section, don't forget to check out Mike Clark's Immunoglobulin Structure Home Page, a fantastic site on antibody structure with some great pictures!