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Conjugation kits for imaging

Accelerate your immunofluorescence research with our fast and reliable conjugation kits.


What our customers are saying

"Better results than with [conjugated] secondary antibody"

 Anonymous user


Antibody conjugation kits

If you can’t buy your antibody of interest labelled with the right dye for your experiments, you can easily conjugate the label onto the antibody yourself using one of our antibody conjugation kits. Our conjugation kits are quick and easy to use: 
•    Less than one minute hands-on time; 
•    Conjugated antibody ready in under 20 minutes when using our fast conjugation kits (3 hours when using the standard kits); 
•    One-step labelling method, no separation steps required; 
•    Label small amounts of antibody (as little as 30 g)
We offer a wide range of fluorescent and enzymatic labels. 

If you can’t buy your antibody of interest labeled with the right dye for your experiments, you can easily conjugate the label onto the antibody yourself using one of our antibody conjugation kits. Our conjugation kits are quick and easy to use: 

  • Less than one minute hands-on time
  • Conjugated antibody ready in under 20 minutes when using our fast conjugation kits (3 hours when using the standard kits)
  • One-step labeling method, no separation steps required
  • Label small amounts of antibody (as little as 30 micrograms)

Find out more about our wide range of fluorescent and enzymatic labels.


Custom conjugation services

Each month, we deliver multiple custom conjugates to our customers. We encourage you to inquire about your specific conjugation or reformulation needs.​

  • We can conjugate milligrams of material to Alexa Fluor® dyes and other common labels, to provide you with a consistent supply for your research
  • We can purify and reformulate products to suit your particular applications




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