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GFP SimpleStep ELISA® kit quantifies as low as 1.8 pg/ml of enhanced and superfolder variants of GFP in 90 minutes.
Learn why our anti-GFP (ab290) antibody is the most highly-cited anti-GFP option available.
Guideline procedure for immunofluorescence staining of cell cultures covering fixation, permeabilization, blocking, counter-staining and specimen mounting.
Review dyes used for labeling subcellular organelles, live cell tracking, and live cell labeling.
A full range of polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies to common epitope tag targets. Conjugations for every epitope tag available.
Watch this 45 minutes on-demand webinar on ICC principles and troubleshooting, presented by Abcam's resident immunocytochemistry (ICC) expert.
Advances in cell imaging have increased dramatically in recent years, and it can be challenging to stay up-to-date on the latest tools and techniques. To assist, we have assembled a resource for cell imaging which includes protocol tips, webinars and product guides.
An overview of our protein range - activity tested recombinant proteins for functional studies and reliable proteins for use as standards or positive controls in ELISA and WB
Find out more about fluorescent dyes and indicators for visualizing and detecting intracellular changes in pH and membrane potential using fluorescence microscopy.
In this on-demand webinar, our guest speaker Dr Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla explains the biology of the pluripotent stem cells, in particular on their origin and development.