Cross adsorbed Anti-Chicken  secondary antibodies

Cross adsorbed Anti-Chicken secondary antibodies

Cross-adsorbed Anti-Chicken antibodies are secondary antibodies that are used to detect and bind to the primary antibodies that have already bound to the target antigen. Cross-adsorption is a purification step that increases the specificity of the antibody, resulting in higher sensitivity and less background staining. 

Affinity-Purified Antibodies:

The goat anti-chicken IgY whole antibodies exemplify this precision. These antibodies are not only affinity-purified but also subjected to cross-adsorption against chicken serum containing non-immunoglobulin chicken serum proteins. This dual refinement minimizes cross-reactivity, ensuring that the antibody's affinity remains tightly focused on its intended target.

Versatility in Detection Systems:

Beyond specificity, cross-adsorbed anti-chicken antibodies offer versatility. Researchers can harness these antibodies in diverse detection systems, including horseradish peroxidase (HRP), alkaline phosphatase (AP), and fluorescence-based assays. This adaptability empowers scientists to tailor their experiments to the demands of their research, thus expanding the scope of applications.

cross-adsorbed anti-chicken antibodies epitomize the intersection of precision and adaptability in immunological research. By elevating specificity, enhancing sensitivity, and accommodating various detection systems, these antibodies stand as indispensable tools for scientists seeking to unravel the intricate immunological tapestry, ultimately advancing our understanding of health and disease.

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  • Biotin 4
  • Unconjugated 4
  • TRITC 3
  • AP 2
  • FITC 2
  • HRP 2
  • Texas Red® 2
  • Cy3 1
  • Cy5 1
  • chicken 21
  • Secondary antibody
  • goat 12
  • donkey 7
  • chicken 2
  • ELISA 12
  • FLISA 7
  • WB 7
  • IF 6
  • Microscopy 6
  • FC 3
  • Assay 2
  • IHC 1
  • Polyclonal 21

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