Abbkine Scientific has recently announced the release of its new product, IFKine™ Red Donkey Anti-Mouse IgG, designed to enhance scientific research processes and help investigators get results faster and easier.
Red dye Donkey anti-Mouse IgG reacts with whole molecule mouse IgG as well as light chains of all other mouse immunoglobulins. IFKine™ Red conjugated antibodies are designed to absorb light maximally around 591 nm and fluoresce with a peak around 615 nm. They are great for the detection of immunofluorescence in the deep-red region of the visible spectrum.
Abbkine announces a series of IFKine™ secondary antibodies, IFKine™ Red Donkey Anti-Mouse IgG is one of IFKine™ secondary antibodies, the product is available for use in a variety of antibody-based applications including Western Blot, ImmunoHistoChemistry, ImmunoFluorescence, Flow Cytometry and ELISA and sourced from donkey. The product also cross-reacts with human, rabbit, goat, sheep and guinea pig serum proteins and has been specially minimized to reduce non-specific hybrization.
Available in liquid solution, DyLight 594 Donkey Anti-Mouse IgG as it is also known is polyclonal and has other features and benefits that include ensuring the best fluorescent performance, while being ideal for use in fluorence staining, especially in fluorence multiple labeling.
Alexa Fluor 594 Donkey Anti-Mouse IgG has been described as the ideal antibody for scientists and researchers that want effectiveness and are result-oriented.
About Abbkine Scientific Co., Ltd.
Abbkine Scientific Co., Ltd. was founded in 2012. Our mission is to help make research possible by supplying scientists worldwide with the basic research tools necessary for advancing human and animal health. We're devoting to provide innovative, high quality assay kits, recombinant proteins, antibodies and other research tools to accelerate life science fundamental research, and drug discovery. Abbkine is delighted to offer reproducible and sensitive EliKine ELISA kits for quantification of cytokines, hormones and other proteins with sandwich or competitive ELISA methods, individually.