This antibody reacts against the human and mouse UMOLD1 protein. It was raised in rabbit using the partial human UMOLD1 protein as the immunogen. The immunogen region corresponds to the 537-654aa of Recombinant Human UMOLD1 that is a section of the second EGF-like domain. This antibody is a non-conjugate polyclonal IgG with a purity higher than 95% purified by protein G. The uses of this antibody were tested on ELISA, Western blot (WB), Immunohistochemistry (IHC), and Immunofluorescence (IF) applications. The target protein UMOLD1 participates in the response of gonadotropin-releasing hormone, regulates gene expression, and with that, the adipose tissue and ovarian follicle development. The domains of the protein are suggested to bind calcium, interact with proteins, carbohydrate side chains, and other types of substrates. Also, UMOLD1 could have an antiproteinase function, and the presence of the zona pellucida domain (ZP) suggests that the UMOLD1 could have fundamental roles in development, hearing, immunity, or cancer. Indeed, some evidence suggests that it plays a role in high myopia susceptibility.