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I have a technical enquiry for the 2 products below:
∙ Anti-Cardiac Troponin T antibody [1C11] (Biotin), ref ab105441 from Abcam (https://www.abcam.com/Cardiac-Troponin-T-antibody-1C11-Biotin-ab105441.html)
∙ Cardiac Troponin T protein, ref ab9937 from Abcam (https://www.abcam.com/Cardiac-Troponin-T-protein-ab9937.html)
As far as I have understood, the cardiac Troponin T protein mentioned above (ab9937) is recommended for use with two different antibodies (ab8295 & ab8296). Can you please confirm that the ab105441 is the biotinilated version of ab8295 and that its affinity with the cardiac troponin T (ab9937) will be adequate.
Looking forward for your response.
Asked on Sep 06 2012
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Yes, I can confirm the ab105441is the biotinylated form of ab8295, and this antibody shows a good affinity towards the native protein as can be seen in the ELISA and IHC data.
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Answered on Sep 06 2012