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Inquiry: is ab37361 endotoxin tested? we would like to inject the ab into mice as a control for experimental Ab.
Asked on Apr 02 2013
I can confirm that ab37361 is not tested to be endotoxin free and therefore is most probably not suitable for your application. But I am happy to point you to ab37371 (Rat IgG (low endotoxin, azide free) - Isotype Control) which is ...
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Answered on Apr 02 2013
Dear Supplier, Please see customers request below: Kindly let me know if the Rat IgG abcam ab37361 is specific to Ig2b. We need the antibody as a control. We will perform IP injections to mice and check to see depletio...
Asked on Oct 24 2012
Thank you for your inquiry. I am sorry to confirm that ab37361 is not aa IgG2b antibody but a mixture of rat IgGs of all isotypes. I can suggest to following antibody for your customer's experiments: ab18536 (Rat IgG2b, ka...
Answered on Oct 24 2012
Product code: 37361 Lot number: GR82732-1 Inquiry: Hi there, I am looking for a certificate of analysis for the above product and lot number. If you could send this to me asap I would be very grateful. Many Thanks,
Asked on Jul 05 2012
Thank you for your enquiry regarding ab37361. Please find enclosed the requested CoC as attached word document. If you need any further assistance in the future, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Answered on Jul 05 2012
Product code: 37361Inquiry: Can you tell me please as are purified immunoglobulins from normal rat sera, protein A, G others? sincerely
Asked on Jun 26 2012
Thank you for your enquiry.I can confirm that ab37361 is IgG fraction. There are several different purity of isotypes and secondary antibodies are available. You can conduct a search using our advanced search engine and select the requested p...
Answered on Jun 26 2012
Hello, Yes I would be interested by your offer. I already ask for a quote (see below) to email@example.com Thanks,
Asked on Apr 20 2012
Thank you for your reply. I am very pleased to hear you would like to accept our offer and test ab37361 and ab37355 in ChIP. Thank you also for requesting the proforma invoice. We do not have smaller sizes of these antibody controls. The prof...
Answered on Apr 20 2012
Yes, I would like to test them in ChIP experiment. Would it be possible to have a quote for one IgG mouse and one IgG rat? Thank you in advance,
Asked on Apr 18 2012
Thank you very much for your interest in our mouse and rat IgG. The offer consists actually in a 100% discount on a second purchase : please see here for the details: As to our knowledge,the mouse IgG fraction ab37355 and the rat IgG fraction...
Answered on Apr 18 2012
Which IgG isotype is ab78287? Is there an isotype control available, tested in IHC-P and IHC-Fr?
Asked on Jan 31 2012
Thank you for your recent telephone enquiry. I am sorry to confirm that the IgG isotype subtype of ab78287 has not been determined. I can suggest you may like to consider trying the following rat IgG isotype control. However, plea...
Answered on Jan 31 2012
Good day! We have a customer here with a technical enquiry about the above antibody. They would like to know about the specific isotype of this antibody. I hope to hear from you soon.
Asked on Jul 08 2010
Thank you for your patience.
This product is a polyclonal Rat IgG from normal Rat sera. Unfortunately, the isotype had not been determined. However, it should exhibit the normal distribution of IgG sub-isotypes found in normal sera.
I am sorry ...
Answered on Jul 08 2010
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