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Protect your protein samples from degradation and preserve their phosphorylation state with our convenient and easy to use protease and phosphatase inhibitor cocktails. Read our guide now and choose the best cocktail for you.
Our guide to help you choose the correct secondary antibody conjugate for your scientific application (e.g. ELISA, western blotting, immunofluorescence, immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry and immunohistochemisstry).
Multicolor enzymatic IHC kits coming soon. Optimally stain two or three antigens on human or animal tissue sections.
Learn more about our HRP or AP conjugated secondary antibodies optimized to prevent heavy and light chain primary antibody detection after the co-IP steps
Secondary antibodies ideal for western blot - validated to ensure consistency and quality.
Secondary antibodies conjugated to enzymes such as HRP and AP ideal for ELISA, and immunohistochemistry
Many different chromogens and enhancers can be used for chromogenic detection in immunohistochemistry. Read our guide to chromogens to help you choose.
This on-demand webinar explains how to incorporate more advanced aspects of ICC/IHC theory and practice into experiments. Topics include designing and analyzing multi-color imaging experiments.
Discover more with this introduction to immunohistochemistry on-demand webinar. Get hints and tips involved in this technique.
Use our blue native electrophoresis protocol to determine the size, relative abundance and subunit composition of mitochondrial protein complexes.