Immunoglobulin Classes

Contact Us Introduction There are five classes of immunoglobulins, IgG, IgM, IgA, IgD, and IgE. These are distinguished by the Read More...

Lateral Flow Immunoassay: Methodology, Applications, and Considerations for Use

Contact Us Lateral flow immunoassay (LFIA) is a membrane-based technique for detecting specific analytes in complex samples. Advantages of LFIA Read More...

Western blotting guide: Part 6, Secondary Antibodies

Contact Us The secondary antibody detects the primary antibody, typically conjugated to a reporter molecule it enables the visualization of Read More...

Multiple labeling for simultaneous detection of several targets

Contact Us Multiple labeling is the process of sequential immunolabeling to detect multiple antigens by either immunofluorescent or colorimetric IHC/ICC. Read More...

Western blotting guide: Part 4, Membrane blocking

Contact Us Blocking is essential to prevent non-specific interactions between the transferred proteins, the membrane and the subsequent reagents used Read More...

Secondary Antibodies for Super Resolution Microscopy

Contact Us SRM with JIR Secondary Antibodies Super-resolution microscopy (SRM) encompasses any optical technique which circumvents the resolution limits of Read More...

Nano Secondary Antibodies

Contact Us Introduction Camelid species such as Alpaca and Llama produce a unique class of antibodies composed only of heavy Read More...

Western blotting guide: Part 2, Protein separation by SDS-PAGE

Contact Us Once prepared, the sample proteins are separated by PAGE (polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis), which may be performed under native Read More...

Affinity Vs Avidity

Contact Us Affinity and avidity are terms used to describe the strength of the bond between an antibody and its Read More...

iFluor Secondary Reagents

iFluor™ secondary detection reagents are optimized for use in a wide range of fluorescence-based applications, including cell-imaging, flow cytometry, and Read More...

The Ins and Outs of Antibody Stability

Freeze-thaw cycles and dilution effects can reduce your antibody's signal, but glycerol can help! What Makes Antibodies Unstable? Antibody molecules Read More...

Antibodies / Markers

Primary AntibodiesProteasesChannelsTranscription FactorsMarkersGrowth Factors & HormonesReceptors & Associated ProteinsMore AntibodiesSecondary AntibodiesEZ-HRP™ Polymer DetectionAntibody Supporting Productsi-BRITE PlusAutofluorescence Blocking AgentBlocking PeptidesELISA BuffersELISA Read More...