Expiry date:1 y
Storage temperature:store cold
Old catalog number:25-732-294444
Latin name:Oryctolagus cuniculus,Rattus norvegicus
Category:research antibodies, ELISAs, recombinant proteins, vectors and reagents for laboratory use
Test:A high affinity purification column was use to purify conjugated labelled antibody anti- IgM (mu chain) (RABBIT) by genways by chromatographic size exclusion.
Description:1 of protein A or G purified by genways will give more specificity than crude serum.This antibody needs to be stored at + 4°C in a fridge short term in a concentrated dilution. Freeze thaw will destroy a percentage in every cycle and should be avoided.
About:Rabbits are used for polyclonal antibody production by genways. Rabbit antibodies are very stable and can be stored for several days at room temperature. genways adds sodium azide and glycerol to enhance the stability of the rabbit polyclonal antibodies. Anti-human, anti mouse antibodies to highly immunogenic selected peptide sequences are" monoclonal like" since the epitope to which they are directed is less than 35 amino acids long.Rats are used to make rat monoclonal anti mouse antibodies. There are less rat- than mouse clones however. Rats genes from rodents of the genus Rattus norvegicus are often studied in vivo as a model of human genes in Sprague-Dawley or Wistar rats.
Properties:If you buy Antibodies supplied by genways they should be stored frozen at - 24°C for long term storage and for short term at + 5°C.Biotin conjugates can be detected by horseradish peroxidase, alkaline phosphatase substrates or anti biotin conjugated antibodies. Avidin and Streptavidin bind to the small biotin and are couple to HRP or AP for ELISA. To break the streptavidin Biotin bond we suggest to use a 6 molar guanidine HCl solution with acidity of pH 1.6.Immunoglobulin M, or IgM for short, is a basic antibody that is produced by B cells. IgM is by far the physically largest antibody in the human circulatory system. It is the first antibody to appear in response to initial exposure to an antigen