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I have the Anti-Thiophosphate ester antibody [51-8] (ab92570) and it works OK for western analysis, can I use for immunprecipitation? What is the difference between this and you other product (Anti-Thiophosphate ester antibody (ab133473)).
Asked on Jul 12 2013
The main difference between ab92570 and ab133473 is the composition of the storage buffer.
The ab133473 is ideal for IP because it is supplied as cell culture supernatant with 0.01% sodium azide and the IgG concentration is at least 1 mg/ml, which is higher than ab92570.
Ab92570 can be used for IP, but it will require more antibody per reaction. This is why we launched the IP version (ab133473), which has higher concentration and no BSA in the buffer.
Ariana VeigaAbcam Scientific Support
Answered on Jul 12 2013