In addition to our alpaca Nanobodies we offer a range of conventional antibodies. These mouse, rabbit, and rat antibodies are used for the reliable detection of fluorescent proteins, protein-tags, and small epitope tags as well as important epigenetic markers, and RNA-Polymerase II.
The conventional IgG antibodies complement our alpaca single domain antibody products due to a different antigen recognition mode: Typically, Nanobodies tend to bind to conformational 3D epitopes, whereas conventional antibodies mostly bind linear epitopes, which can be found in denatured proteins, e.g. on a Western blot.
GFP antibody [3H9]
GFP antibody rabbit polyclonal [PABG1]
GST antibody [6G9]
HA antibody [7C9]
Halo antibody [28A8]
mNeonGreen antibody [32F6]
Myc-tag antibody [9E1]
PCNA antibody [16D10]
RFP antibody [5F8]
RFP antibody [6G6]
RNA Pol II CTD antibody [1C7]
RNA Pol II Ser2-P antibody [3E10]
RNA Pol II Ser5-P antibody [3E8]
RNA Pol II Ser7-P antibody [4E12]
An Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a fast, robust and sensitive high throughput method for the detection of a target molecule in a liquid sample.
Most common target molecules:
- small biomolecules such as hormones or second messengers
Depending on the setup, the target molecule can also be quantified within the sample. Usually, ELISAs are done in 96 well or 384 well microtiter plates. The signal is generated by an enzymatic reaction, catalyzing either a colorimetric or fluorometric reaction. Related techniques use different, non-enzymatic readouts, e.g. electrochemiluminescence (ECL) or radioactivity (radioimmunoassay, RIA).
Multiple different ELISA setups exist; the Indirect ELISA and the Sandwich ELISA are among the most common ones.PRODUCTS
Only for research applications, not for diagnostic or therapeutic use!