Primary Antibodies, Polyclonal
Rabbit, Anti-Hemocyanin, Keyhole Limpet (Klh) Affinity Pure
The antiserum is developed in rabbit using highly purified KLH as the immunogen. The antibody is purified from the rabbit antiserum using a KLH immunoabsorbant.
Rabbit Anti-Human Collagen Type IV Polyclonal
Form: liquid antiserum
Applications: ELISA; Tissue sections
The antiserum was produced by repeated injections of collagen type IV from human placenta. It can be used on both acetone-fixed frozen sections and on proteolytically treated formalin-fixed sections. It is exclusively reactive with basement membranes in immunohistochemistry. It demonstrates slight cross-reactivity with collagen V in ELISA, and it reacts with various reduced and non-reduced human collagen type IV bands in immunobotting. The antibody does react with basement membranes of all mammals.
Human Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone (Lh-Rh) Polyclonal Antibody From Rabbit
Applications: Immunoblotting; Immunostaining of acetone-fixed frozen and formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue sections.
This antiserum reacts against LH-RH which is produced in the hypothalamus and influences the release of luteinizing hormone in the pituitary gland. The antiserum is supplied with 1% ovalbumin and 0.09% sodium azide.
Goat Anti-Human Properdin
Goat Anti-Human Properdin, in Liquid. This product contains 0.1% sodium azide as a preservative. Antiserum to human properdin is produced in goats following the injection of human properdin. Properdin was isolated from human plasma and purified by chromatographic techniques. The antiserum is an IgG fraction of the goat serum.