Introduction to Secondary Antibody
BioChain secondary antibodies are prepared by passing the IgG fractions through an affinity column containing appropriate immobilized antigen. This process removes the nonspecific immunoglobulins and other serum proteins and selects antibodies with high avidity and specificity. These high quality antibody products save researchers invaluable time and get to results in a speedy manner.
Features High specificity and sensitivity
Able to conjugate with a variety of labels including enzymes, fluorochromes, biotin
Applicable in a range of detection techniques
Stable and consistent in performance
Applications Western blot ELISA assay Immunohistochemistry