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Our standard Lightning-Link Conjugation Kits have been designed to work with all IgGs, irrespective of species or subtype, and will generate excellent conjugates. However sometimes our customers find time restraints can mean that outsourcing their conjugation is more effective.
Lightning-Link® is an innovative technology that enables direct labeling of antibodies or proteins for use in R&D applications, drug discovery and the development of diagnostic kits.
Antibodies are used to detect and quantify antigens in techniques such as flow cytometry, ELISA, western blotting, immunohistochemistry and lateral flow.
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Our Check&Go! range enables quick and easy confirmation of successful antibody to label conjugation, or verification of His-tagged protein expression, in under 15 minutes.
Bio-Rad offers custom conjugation of an antibody to HRP, biotin or a fluorophore, either to an antibody in our catalog or as a stand-alone service for customer-supplied material. See below for the selection of DyLight dyes, other fluorophores and labels available to choose from.
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.
Use ReadiLink Antibody Conjugation Kits to quickly conjugate microscale volumes of antibody (50-100 µg) in two easy steps with the unique chemistry of ReadiLink Dyes. Fluorophores are available that are excited by violet all the way to infrared with a range of emission spectra to easily fit into your multicolor flow cytometry experiments, giving you greater choice.
Antibodies are widely employed in the quantification of antigens in complex biological samples. Using techniques such as Western blotting, ELISA, and immunohistochemistry researchers are able to measure a single antigen, or perhaps a limited number of antigens, in each sample. In the post-genomics era, advances in multiplex immunoassay technologies now allow scores or even hundreds of antigens to be measured simultaneously.