Easily detect AAV replicase proteins

Replicase antibodies react with the four regulatory proteins Rep78, Rep68, Rep52 and Rep40. These proteins are encoded by the rep-gene and play a crucial role in AAV genome replication and packaging. 

You can use replicase antibodies to:

Analyze: monitor your AAV Rep gene expression levels
Regulate: control your AAV DNA packaging efficiency
Monitor: check your AAV infection status and get data on your AAV DNA replication
Ensure Safety: detect viral protein contamination in purified AAV capsid preparations


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Available AAV Replicase Antibodies

Antibody Rep78 Rep68 Rep52 Rep40 Cat No.
anti-AAV2 Replicase mouse monoclonal, 76.3, lyophilized, purified     61073
anti-AAV2 Replicase mouse monoclonal, 226.7, supernatant (✓) (✓) (✓) (✓) 65172
anti-AAV2 Replicase mouse monoclonal, 259.5, lyophilized, purified 61071
anti-AAV2 Replicase mouse monoclonal, 303.9, lyophylized, purified 61069
✓ reactivity
(✓) shows low affinity


AAV Antibodies FAQs

Yes, our AAV particle antibodies detect conformational epitopes only present on assembled capsids.

You can find all AAV particle antibodies here.

In contrast, AAV capsid protein antibodies recognize linear epitopes present on denatured VP proteins.

You can find all AAV capsid protein antibodies here.

Yes, PROGEN offers a selection of AAV antibodies in 10 µg sample sizes. You can find all available AAV antibodies here: AAV Antibodies

PROGEN offers a wide range of AAV antibodies in different quantities and formats (e.g. lyophilized and supernatant). A selection of AAV antibodies are also available in 10µg lyophilized sample sizes. For more information on the different AAV antibodies please see AAV Antibodies.

Anti-Adeno-Associated Virus Capsid Proteins Antibodies

For more information on the antibody binding epitopes of the capsid protein antibodies A1, B1 and A69 see the table below summarizing the published data from the following publication on the specific antibody binding sites:

Table Binding Sites of the AAV capsid protein antibodies

Wobus, C. E. et al. Monoclonal antibodies against the adeno-associated virus type 2 (AAV-2) capsid: epitope mapping and identification of capsid domains involved in AAV-2-cell interaction and neutralization of AAV-2 infection. J. Virol. 74, 9281–93 (2000).

Anti-Adeno-Associated Virus Particle Antibodies

For more information on the antibody binding epitopes on assembled AAV1, 2, 5, 8 and 9 capsids, see the tables below summarizing the published data from the following publications on the specific antibody binding sites:

summary binding epitopes

EM structures of assembled AAV1, 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8 capsids with Fab-fragments are available in the following publications: