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    Antibodies and ELISA kits related to nCoV-2019 novel coronavirus research

    Antibodies and ELISA kits related to nCoV-2019 novel coronavirus research Abstract History of coronaviruses Recent research of the 2019-nCoVAntibodies and ELISA kits to support coronavirus research History of coronaviruses Coronaviruses are first described in detail back in the 1960s, receiving their name from the distinctive shape of the sugary- proteins...

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    Trial size ABL1 antibodies available in the Antibody Validation Project

    Join the Antibody Validation Project to Receive Free ABL1 Trial Size Antibodies Antibody Validation Project - Check out our reviewed ABL1 antibodies Model Name Host Clonality Rating Application Tested STJ90694 Anti-Phospho-c-Abl (Y245) antibody Rabbit Polyclonal 5 WB We also have other ABL1 antibodies available in the Antibody Validation Project Model...

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    The benefits of choosing rabbit monoclonal antibodies over regular monoclonal or polyclonal antibodies

    Introduction When it comes to identifying proteins in research or developing therapeutics for clinical use, antibodies have become uniquely placed as the most suitable option. Ever since Georges J.F. Köhler and César Milstein first described the hybridoma technique for the production of monoclonal antibodies in 19741,2, antibodies have become indispensable...

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    Choosing Between a Sandwich and Competitive ELISA

    1. What is an ELISA? Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) is a simple, quick, sensitive and reliable analytical technique used for detecting and quantifying protein biomarkers in immunoassays1. ELISA’s have been used for decades as a diagnostic tool and remains a gold standard for pharmacological and clinical diagnostics2. 2. How...

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    Using Rf value to calculate molecular weight

    Using Rf value to calculate molecular weight In a previous post, we looked at how to calculate the Rf value of a protein from a western blot. The formula is: Rf = Migration distance of the protein Migration distance of the dye front So why do we need the Rf...