Antibodies(apoptosis)

Antibodies are gamma globulin proteins that are found in blood or other bodily fluids of vertebrates, and are used by the immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects, such as bacteria and viruses. They are typically made of basic structural units—each with two large heavy chains and two small light chains—to form, for example, monomers with one unit, dimers with two units or pentamers with five units. Antibodies are produced by a kind of white blood cell called a plasma cell. There are several different types of antibody heavy chains, and several different kinds of antibodies, which are grouped into different isotypes based on which heavy chain they possess. Five different antibody isotypes are known in mammals, which perform different roles, and help direct the appropriate immune response for each different type of foreign object they encounter.



Product name:CloneHostReactivityApplication
 GrB-7
 Mouse
 H
 IHC,W
 Polyclonal
 Rabbit
 H,M
 W
 RJ1
 Mouse
 H
 IC,IP,W
 Polyclonal
 Rabbit
 H,M,R
 W
 Polyclonal
 Sheep
 R
 W
 Polyclonal
 Rabbit
 H,M,R
 W
 Polyclonal
 Rabbit
 H,M,R
 W
 Polyclonal
 Rabbit
 H,M
 W
 Polyclonal
 Rabbit
 H,M,R
 IHC,W
 UMC01
 Mouse
 H
 E,IF,IHC,IP
 VAA-33
 Mouse
 H
 E,FC
 VAA-33
 Mouse
 H
 FC
 VAA-33
 Mouse
 H
 FC
 2E12
 Rat
 H
 E,IC,IHC,IP,W
 Polyclonal
 Rabbit
 H,M
 W