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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
p65, also known as RelA, is one of the five components that form transcription factor NF-κB (nuclear factor kappa-light-chain-enhancer of activated B cells). The other members are RelB, c-Rel and precursor proteins NF-κB1 (p50) and NF-κB2 (p52).
Read about the structural components that make up an antibody, including heavy and light chains, F(ab) and Fc regions, and antibody isotypes.
A complete guide to secondary antibody selection, helping you choose the most appropriate secondary antibody for your application. Discover more information on antibody host species, isotype, pre-adsorption, and F(ab) fragments.
On-demand webinar providing useful hints and tips on identifying protein interactions through immunoprecipitation (IP) and overcoming biochemical problems that can be associated with this technique.
Choosing the right secondary antibody matters. Learn about the many factors that may affect the specificity, sensitivity and consistency of secondary antibodies.
Learn why use of pre-adsorbed secondary antibodies can minimize non-specific binding and high background staining
Choosing the optimal affinity resin is key to affinity purification of antibodies, immunoprecipitation and ChIP. Commonly used immobilized proteins vary in their ability to bind antibodies of different species and subclass. Read our detailed selection guide.
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The use of immunoglobulin fragments eliminates non-specific binding between the Fc portions of antibodies and the Fc receptor on cells.