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Immunoglobulins are used by the immune system to identify antigens such as bacteria, viruses and foreign objects. Typically, immunoglobulin isotype function is designated by the heavy chain they possess. Mammals have as many as five different isotypes: IgA, IgD, IgG, IgE and IgM, which perform various roles to direct the relevant immune response.
We highlight the best markers for immunophenotyping human and mouse cells, compiled from over 250 references.
IgA, IgG, IgE, IgM & IgD isotypes purified from human serum for your research.
Human IgE full length protein purified Human IgE with kappa light chains produced in vitro from a monoclonal hybridoma.