FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about our product ranges in this section below.

AbPure™ BSA removal kit FAQs

Q1. How much BSA can the BSA Removal Kit remove? This 1ml kit can remove all of the BSA from up to 1.25ml of antibody, with a BSA concentration of 0.5% or less. For higher BSA concentrations, the method may need to be repeated, or a higher volume of BSA Removal Buffer may be required….

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AbSelect™ BSA Removal Kit FAQs

Q1. How much BSA can the BSA Removal Kit remove? This 1ml kit can remove all of the BSA from up to 1.25ml of antibody, with a BSA concentration of 0.5% or less. For higher BSA concentrations, the method may need to be repeated, or a higher volume of BSA Removal Buffer may be required….

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Biotin Check&Go! FAQs

1. What is the best storage condition for the kit? The kit is shipped at ambient temperature and its components need different storage temperatures. Upon arrival, the plastic pot containing the strips, manufactured with molecular sieves integrated into the walls, must be kept at 4⁰C. The lyophilized control vial must be stored at -20⁰C; once…

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Colloidal Gold FAQs

Ultra high quality 40nm gold nanoparticles, supplied in a range of concentrations for maximum flexibility.

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Conjugate Check&Go! FAQs

1. What is the best storage condition for the kit? The kit is shipped at ambient temperature and its components need different storage temperature. Upon arrival, the plastic pot containing the strips, manufactured with molecular sieves integrated into the walls, must be kept at 4⁰C. The lyophilized control vial must be stored at -20⁰C; once…

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Europium Conjugation Kit FAQs

1. What are the advantages of using our Europium Conjugation Kit? The Europium chelate microspheres have been specially treated to enhance the handling of the beads and permit easy covalent attachment of antibodies and other proteins. The conjugation reaction is initiated simply by adding a solution of the antibody to the lyophilized mixture; the hands…

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FlexLISA FAQs

1. What is different about the FlexLISA® kit? In a standard ELISA the capture antibody is bound directly to the surface of the well, whereas the 96 stripwell plate provided within the FlexLISA® kit is pre-coated with biotin which binds the capture antibody-streptavidin conjugate with a strong affinity. Therefore, much less capture antibody (40x less)…

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GTP Agarose FAQs

Q1. What is the best buffer to use? There is no ‘right’ answer here. In the absence of any information on the binding requirements of the protein(s) of interest a good starting point is a buffer containing 20mM Hepes, 100-500mM NaCl (or KCl), 20mM MgCl2 and 1mM DTT, pH 7.5. Alternatively, try experimenting with several…

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HRP Check&GO! FAQs

1.What are the best storage conditions for the kit? The kit is shipped at ambient temperature and its components need different storage temperatures. Upon receipt, the plastic pot containing the strips and the HRP detection solution should be stored at 4⁰C. The running buffer and the lyophilized control should be stored at -20⁰C. The lyophilized…

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InnovaCoat® GOLD FAQs

InnovaCoat® GOLD nanoparticles which covalently binds antibodies to form highly stable conjugates

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Latex Conjugation Kit FAQs

1. What is different about the Latex Conjugation Kit? The latex particles are specially treated to enhance the handling of the latex and permit easy covalent attachment of antibodies and other proteins. The conjugation reaction is initiated simply by adding a solution of the antibody to the freeze-dried powder; the hands on time is 3…

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Lightning-Link® Kits FAQs

How to conjugate your antibody in one easy step

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