Antibodies

Canine IgA (Fc specific) goat polyclonal antibody, HRP

Applications Can be used in enzyme-immunocytochemical and immunohistochemical staining for the detection of IgA at the cellular and subcellular level by staining of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates; to demonstrate circulating IgA antibodies in serodiagnostic microbiology and autoimmune diseases; to identify a specific antigen using a reference antibody of dog origin known to be of the IgA isotype in the middle layer of the indirect test procedure; in non-isotopic assay methodology (e.g. ELISA) to measure IgA in dog serum or other body fluids. Antisera to IgA do not discriminate between serum IgA (monomeric and dimeric) and higher molecular forms such as secretory IgA. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
Working dilutions:
For histochemical and cytochemical use are usually between 1/100 and 1/250.
In ELISA and comparable non-precipitating antibody-binding assays between 1/1000 and 1/5000.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation HRP

Canine IgG (H+L chain) goat polyclonal antibody, HRP

Applications Can be used in enzyme-immunocytochemical and immunohistochemical staining for the detection of IgG, antigen or antibody, of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates at the cellular and subcellular level. In non-isotopic assay methodology (e.g. ELISA) to identify and measure a specific IgG in dog serum or other body fluid. In electron microscopy, since the complex between the conjugated antibody and the antigen also has electron-dense properties. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
Working dilutions:
For histochemical and cytochemical use are usually between 1/100 and 1/500.
In ELISA and comparable non-precipitating antibody-binding assays between 1/1000 and 1/10000.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation HRP

Canine IgG (H+L chain) goat polyclonal antibody, Biotin

Applications Can be used in immunocytochemical and immunohistochemical staining to identify and measure IgG, antigen or antibody, at the cellular and subcellular level by staining of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates, and to demonstrate circulating antibodies in serodiagnostic microbiology and autoimmune diseases; to identify a specific antigen or immune complex using a reference antibody of dog origin in the middle layer of the indirect test procedure. As a second step an avidin or streptavidin conjugate of the user’s choice has to be used. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
Working dilutions:
For histochemical and cytochemical use are usually between 1/100 and 1/500.
In ELISA and comparable non-precipitating antibody-binding assays between 1/1000 and 1/10000.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation Biotin

Canine IgG (Fc specific) goat polyclonal antibody, HRP

Applications Can be used in enzyme-immunocytochemical and immunohistochemical staining for the detection of IgG at the cellular and subcellular level by staining of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates; to demonstrate circulating IgG antibodies in serodiagnostic microbiology and autoimmune diseases; to identify a specific antigen using a reference antibody of dog origin known to be of the IgG isotype in the middle layer of the indirect test procedure; in non-isotopic assay methodology (e.g. ELISA) to measure IgG in Dog serum or other body fluids. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
Recommended Working Dilutions:
Histochemical and Cytochemical Use: 1/100-1/500.
ELISA and comparable non-precipitating antibody-binding assays: 1/2000-1/10000.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation HRP

Canine IgM (Fc specific) goat polyclonal antibody, HRP

Applications Can be used in enzyme-immunocytochemical and immunohistochemical staining for the detection of IgM at the cellular and subcellular level by staining of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates; to demonstrate circulating IgM antibodies in serodiagnostic microbiology and autoimmune diseases; to identify a specific antigen using a reference antibody of dog origin known to be of the IgM isotype in the middle layer of the indirect test procedure; in non-isotopic assay methodology (e.g. ELISA) to measure IgM in dog serum or other body fluids. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
Working dilutions:
For histochemical and cytochemical use are usually between 1/100 and 1/500.
In ELISA and comparable non-precipitating antibody-binding assays between 1/500 and 1/2000.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation HRP

Canine IgG (H+L chain) goat polyclonal antibody, Azide Free

Applications Can be used as unlabelled primary or secondary reagent for indirect detection techniques, to prepare conjugates with markers of the user’s own choice, to prepare an insoluble immunoaffinity adsorbent or a solid phase antibody reagent by coupling to an artificial carrier and as catching or detection antibody in non-isotopic methodology and solid phase immunochemistry. When applied in any cytochemical or histochemical procedure or solids phase coupling technique, the optimum concentration of the IgG preparation should always be established by titration.
Recommended working dilutions:
In histochemistry are usually between 1/50 and 1/250.
In ELISA and comparable non-precipitating antibody-binding assays between 1/500 and 1/5000.
Reactivities Canine

Canine IgA (Fc specific) goat polyclonal antibody, FITC

Applications Can be used in immunocytochemical and immunohistochemical staining of IgA at the cellular and subcellular level of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates; to demonstrate circulating IgA antibodies in serodiagnostic microbiology and autoimmune diseases; to identify a specific antigen using a reference antibody of dog origin known to be of the IgA isotype in the middle layer of the indirect test procedure. Antisera to IgA do not discriminate between serum IgA (monomeric and dimeric) and higher molecular forms such as secretory IgA. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
Working dilutions are usually between 1/20 and 1/80, depending on the method used.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation FITC

Canine IgG (Fc specific) goat polyclonal antibody, FITC

Applications Can be used in immunocytochemical and immunohistochemical staining of IgG at the cellular and subcellular level of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates; to demonstrate circulating IgG antibodies in serodiagnostic microbiology and autoimmune diseases; to identify a specific antigen using a reference antibody of dog origin known to be of the IgG isotype in the middle layer of the indirect test procedure. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
Working dilutions are usually between 1/15 and 1/60, depending on the method used.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation FITC

Canine IgM (Fc specific) goat polyclonal antibody, FITC

Applications Can be used in Immunocytochemical and Immunohistochemical staining of IgM at the cellular and subcellular level of appropriately treated cell and tissue substrates; to demonstrate circulating IgM antibodies in serodiagnostic microbiology and autoimmune diseases; to identify a specific antigen using a reference antibody of dog origin known to be of the IgM isotype in the middle layer of the indirect test procedure. This immunoconjugate is not pre-diluted. The optimum working dilution of each conjugate should be established by titration before being used. Excess labelled antibody must be avoided because it may cause high unspecific background staining and interfere with the specific signal.
General Recommended Dilutions: are usually between 1/10 and 1/40, depending on the method used.
Reactivities Canine
Conjugation FITC