Anti-mCherry Tag Mouse Monoclonal Antibody (9D3) makes work easier for scientific researchers
The Anti-mCherry Tag Mouse Monoclonal Antibody (9D3) is the latest effort from scientific research solutions provider, Abbkine Scientific Company Limited. The antibody joins the long list of other such antibodies from the stables of Abbkine Scientific.
Otherwise referred to as mCherry antibody, the product is a fluorescent protein commonly used in biotechnology. The protein is used for different purposes which includes as a tracer for following the flow of fluids, as a marker when tagged to cell components and molecules.
mCherry is derived from an isolated protein and researchers and scientists sometimes preferring it to other fluorophores. This is particularly due to its colour and photostability, compared to its counterparts.
The mCherry Tag antibody is hosted in the mouse with a recombinant protein immunogen. Made exclusively for research purpose, the product is available in a liquid solution and has gone through the best purification process to ensure the best results.
The monoclonal antibody can be applied IF and WB, with the makers suggesting staring dilutions of WB 1:1000-1:10,000, IF 1:100-1:1000. However, researchers are advised to determine the optimal working dilutions experimentally.
If stored at a stable temperature of -20°C, the antibody can remain intact for up to twelve months with the storage buffer being liquid in PBS, pH 7.4, containing 0.02% sodium azide as preservative and 50% Glycerol.
About Abbkine Scientific
Abbkine Scientific Co. Ltd is a scientific research company founded by a team of enthusiastic and passionate marketing experts and scientists. Established in 2012 in California, the company moved its headquarters to China due to growing demands from Asia Pacific.
The company combines cutting edge technology from the U.S with the manufacturing power and cost advantages of China to provide innovative scientific solutions and products that include high quality assay kits, recombinant proteins, antibodies for easier and more effective science research.