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I am presently using your product and would like to know the specs on the quantification of Moles of Biotin, per mole of the antibody please.
Also, it is stated under "Primary antibody notes" Binding of ab93548 to red cells at high antibody concentration causes cell agglutination. What is considered a high antibody concentration?
Thank you in advance,
Asked on Mar 29 2012
Thank you for contacting us with your questions, and for your patience while I have been in touch with the lab for more information about ab93548.
The lab has informed me that there are approximately 3-7 molecules of biotin per antibody.The clone HIR2is known to causered blood cell agglutination however we have not tested this in-house and I could not find a specific concentration that was used.I've not been able to find any additional information in the literature about this close in agglutination assays.
I apologize thatwe don't have this information, but please let me know if you have any additional question or if there is anything else that we can do for you.
Answered on Mar 29 2012