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Thank you for your reply. I have a few questions. 1.The polyclonal antibodies that you offer are all labeled, what about unlabeled polyclonal antibodies? 2. What does it mean that the antibody reacts with other yeasts? Does it mean that will react with aspecies other than Candida? 3. Do you have a reference on the preparation of the soluble extract mentioned in the spec? Thank you for your help
Asked on Mar 08 2006
Thank you for your email. The only non-conjugated Candida albicans antibody that we have is ab23368 (Mouse monoclonal  to Candida albicans). We don't have an unconjugated polyclonal antibody. For ab20005, ab20028 and ab21164, the antibodies will cross-react with yeasts other than Candida. Ab23368 reacts with Candida albicans and hasn't been tested in other species. The procedure used to prepare the soluble extract is considered proprietary. Please contact us again if you have any additional questions.
Answered on Mar 09 2006