Primary Antibodies

Stratech offer a range of over 380,000 primary antibodies for your research needs. Use the Search below to find the perfect primary antibody for your application and specificity of interest. Our Primary antibodies are developed as either polyclonal or monoclonal antibodies in a variety of hosts, such as mouse, rat, rabbit, goat or others.
 
We supply our primary antibodies in a number of forms from raw antiserum to antigen-purified preparations and conjugates. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please get in touch and we will make every effort to source it for you.


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Technical Tips for Secondary Antibodies 

 

Genome Instability & Mutation 

       
     To get the most from our massive range of secondary antibodies we have produced a quick guide to make it easier for you to get the most from our products.We have over 7,000 Validated secondary antibodies in both unconjugated or conjugated forms. Validated with all the major applications (IHC, ICC WB, FC)  Click Here >>>     Changes in gene expression, resulting from epigenetic mechanisms such as DNA methylation and histone modification, can cause heritable oncogene changes such as the inactivation of tumour suppressor genes and clonal expansion.
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Deregulation of Cellular Energetics

 

Angiogenesis & Tumor Promoting Inflammation

       
  One of the fundamental traits of cancer cells is their ability to proliferate without a controlled signalling input. This is achieved by increasing growth factor production, stimulating normal cells to provide cancer cells with growth factors..     New tissue formation requires a facility to receive oxygen and nutrients and remove metabolic wastes and CO2. This is achieved by the formation of new blood vessels known as angiogenesis >>>