Cross adsorbed Anti-Goat secondary antibodies

Cross adsorbed Anti-Goat secondary antibodies

Cross-adsorbed anti-Goat antibodies are pivotal elements within the realm of immunological research and diagnostics, celebrated for their remarkable specificity and versatility. These secondary antibodies undergo a rigorous purification process aimed at the elimination of potential interference from antibodies recognizing shared epitopes on other species. As a consequence of this meticulous purification, these antibodies demonstrate an exceptional ability to selectively target goat-derived antigens, rendering them indispensable across a multitude of applications.

Applications:

Cross-adsorbed anti-Goat antibodies have found widespread utility across a spectrum of experimental techniques, including Western blotting, immunofluorescence, and immunohistochemistry. Their precision in detecting and quantifying goat-specific antigens is invaluable, facilitating investigations into various biological processes and enabling the analysis of goat-derived biomolecules in diverse contexts.

Forms and Conjugates:

These antibodies are available in diverse forms and can be conjugated with a range of labels, including but not limited to Horseradish Peroxidase (HRP), Alexa Fluor, and CF Dyes. This versatility empowers researchers to tailor their antibody selection to match the specific requirements of their experimental design.

Specificity Significance:

In any experimental setting involving cross-adsorbed anti-Goat antibodies, comprehending the antibody's specificity profile is of paramount importance. This knowledge ensures the generation of accurate and reliable results while minimizing the risk of false positives or cross-reactivity with non-target proteins.

Species-Specific and Multiplexing:

Cross-adsorbed anti-Goat antibodies are meticulously designed to be species-specific, primarily recognizing goat-derived antigens. This specificity significantly reduces background noise resulting from non-specific binding, making these antibodies particularly advantageous in multiplex experiments where precise differentiation of multiple targets is required.

Cross-Reactivity Considerations:

While cross-adsorbed antibodies excel in minimizing cross-reactivity, it's worth noting that their usage may be optional in experimental contexts where species cross-reactivity poses no concern. In such cases, alternative secondary antibodies may suffice. Nevertheless, for studies demanding the highest levels of specificity and minimal interference, cross-adsorbed anti-Goat antibodies represent an indispensable choice.

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  • Unconjugated 52
  • HRP 49
  • Biotin 33
  • FITC 32
  • AP 30
  • CF®640R 30
  • CF®488A 29
  • CF®543 29
  • CF®594 29
  • CF®568 28
  • CF®647 25
  • CF®660C 22
  • CF®633 21
  • CF®405M 18
  • CF®555 18
  • TRITC 11
  • CF®680 10
  • CF®350 9
  • PE 9
  • CF®405S 6
  • CF®430 6
  • CF®532 6
  • CF®680R 6
  • CF®750 6
  • CF®770 6
  • Cy5 5
  • Texas Red® 5
  • R-PE 4
  • CF®660R 3
  • APC 2
  • Alexa Fluor 488 2
  • Alexa Fluor 555 2
  • Alexa Fluor 568 2
  • Alexa Fluor 594 2
  • Alexa Fluor 633 2
  • Alexa Fluor 647 2
  • Atto 425 2
  • Atto 488 2
  • Atto 532 2
  • Atto 550 2
  • Atto 594 2
  • Atto 647N 2
  • Atto 655 2
  • CF®790 2
  • CF®800 2
  • DyLight® 488 2
  • DyLight® 550 2
  • DyLight® 594 2
  • DyLight® 650 2
  • AF555 1
  • AMCA 1
  • Cy3 1
  • RPE 1
  • Red 1
  • goat 582
  • cow 331
  • Secondary antibody
  • goat 360
  • rabbit 88
  • donkey 78
  • swine 24
  • cow 18
  • rat 6
  • horse 5
  • mouse 3
  • WB 445
  • IHC 405
  • IF 390
  • ELISA 110
  • FC 74
  • FLISA 42
  • Microscopy 30
  • STORM 28
  • ICC 23
  • Staining 10
  • IP 3
  • Assay 2
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  • Mass spectrometry 2
  • Multiplex assay 2
  • array 2
  • POlyclonal 354
  • Polyclonal 200
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