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Brilliant Violet™ antibody conjugates, proudly co-developed by BioLegend and Sirigen, are an innovative class of novel research reagents, providing more options for your multicolor flow cytometry panels and getting you better results. Maximize the capacity of your violet laser with our large selection of directly labeled Brilliant Violet™ antibody conjugates.
Flex-T™ is BioLegend's technology to study antigen-specific T cells through their TCRs. It has the unique property of allowing the loading of peptides of interest into the binding site of the MHC groove, by using ultraviolet (UV) light labile, exchangeable peptides.
BioLegend's LEGENDScreen™ products are lyophilized, fluorophore-conjugated antibodies provided in 96-well plates for the purpose of screening cell surface molecules on your cells of interest.
Whether you are looking for a different conjugate of our antibody or need a custom conjugation of your own antibody, BioLegend provides affordable, high-quality custom antibody conjugation service with unbeatable rapid turnaround times.
BioLegend's Fluorescence Spectra Analyzer is useful for the analysis of excitation and emission spectra of commonly used fluorochromes for flow cytometry. This page works best in IE9 or higher, Firefox, or Chrome.
BioLegend’s LEGENDplex™ bead-based immunoassays quantify multiple soluble analytes simultaneously in biological samples using a flow cytometer.
MojoSort™ is BioLegend's magnetic cell separation system for the isolation and purification of cells from heterogeneous populations. MojoSort™ offers outstanding performance at an excellent price
Introducing the KIRAVIA Dyes™, a brand new fluorescent chemistry to advance applications in multicolor flow cytometry and beyond. "KIRAVIA" is a coined term meaning "sparkling" in Japanese.
It is critical to understand the degree of cell death in any flow cytometry assay and exclude those cells from the analysis.