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  • Monoclonal antibodies VS polyclonal antibodies - Which to choose?

    If you’re reading this then hopefully you have an interest for antibodies or you are contemplating which of the two types you ought to use within your research. To begin, let’s cover a few basics. Monoclonal antibodies – these singular types of antibody are produced by harvesting purified cell lines...
  • Choosing BSA vs Non-Fat Milk

    Which is best? BSA vs Non-Fat Milk So, you are about to carry out a Western Blot. As a researcher you may be asking yourself one of the most common, and appropriate questions there is in regards to setting up your experiment. “Which blocking buffer/blocking agent do I use?” You’ve...
  • Discover our range of IHC guaranteed antibodies

      Discover our range of IHC guaranteed antibodies   We have selected a wide range of IHC validated antibodies for Immunohistochemistry work, from pathology and cancer research to immunology and usual biomarkers.All the antibodies have guaranteed successful staining on formalin-fixed and paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue sections. Discover 296 distinct targets...
  • The Foundations of Antibody Validation

    For many life science researchers, antibodies are an essential part of the laboratory toolkit. They are the foundation of many important scientific discoveries, as well as the building blocks of innumerable publications. Antibodies are most commonly employed in western blot assays (immunoblotting), and are also regularly used in immunohistochemistry and...
  • Which antibody should I choose?

    Primary antibody Choose a primary antibody which has been raised from a host other than your sample lysate/tissue. The secondary antibody needs to target the primary immunoglobulin, so if both the primary antibody and endogenous sample proteins are from the same host species there will likely be cross-reactivity. Secondary antibody...
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