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Blocking peptides can be used as controls to evaluate the specificity of antibodies in applications such as IHC and WB. Find out how to order blocking peptides for our RabMAb® primary antibodies.
Non-specific binding of an antibody to proteins other than the antigen can sometimes occur. To determine which band or staining is specific, a peptide blocking experiment can be performed. Read our protocol for blocking RabMAb® antibodies with immunizing peptide.
Find out the procedure to block your antibody using an immunizing peptide.
Discover our tips for designing a good peptide immunogen. What to aim for and what to avoid.
What we do to validate our antibodies and the applications we use including ELISA, peptide array, western blot, ChIP, and IHC/ICC.
Explore our extensive range of high-quality proteins, designed to give you consistent and accurate results, faster.
Get reproducibility from your histone modification experiments with our recombinant monoclonal antibodies tested in peptide array for specificity.
Frequently asked questions surrounding solubility, purity, storage and stability. Advice on in vitro and in vivo use. Chemical formular, CAS no. and MWs.
Discover various sample preparations, including lysis buffers, lysate from cell culture, lysate from tissues and determination of protein concentration.
Using a His-tag allows for easy purification and detection of your recombinant protein