DyLight 488 Anti-Streptavidin Antibody

Cat. No: SP-4488
Price: $147.00
Unit Size: 0.5 mg

Overview

Anti-Streptavidin antibodies have been widely used as amplifying reagents in immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, microarray assays, ELISAs, blots, and many other applications. Our antibodies to streptavidin are produced in goats using our highly purified streptavidin and isolated by affinity chromatography. Anti-Streptavidin does not bind avidin and Anti-Avidin does not recognize streptavidin. These antibodies provide opportunities to significantly amplify signals in many applications.

DyLight 488 Anti-Streptavidin has been optimally labeled to provide maximum fluorescence.

  • Maximum Excitation: 493 nm
  • Maximum Emission: 518 nm
  • Color: green
Cat. No. SP-4488-.5
Unit Size 0.5 mg
Country of Manufacture United States
Applications Immunofluorescence, In situ hybridization
Detection Target Streptavidin
Conjugate DyLight 488
Color of Fluorescence Green
Host Species Goat
Format Concentrate

More Information

Our antibodies to avidin and streptavidin are produced in goats using our highly purified avidin or streptavidin and isolated by affinity chromatography. Anti-Avidin does not bind streptavidin and Anti-Streptavidin does not recognize avidin. These antibodies provide opportunities to significantly amplify signals in many applications.

Biotinylated Anti-Avidin and Biotinylated Anti-Streptavidin have been widely used as amplifying reagents in immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, microarray assays, ELISAs, blots, and many other applications. The capability of binding avidin or streptavidin via either biotin binding sites or through antigen binding sites, makes these biotinylated antibodies unique. These antibodies can be used either as part of preformed complexes or in sequence to amplify fluorescent signals. When used in sequence, the target is first labeled with fluorochrome-conjugated avidin or streptavidin, followed by incubation with Biotinylated Anti-Avidin or Biotinylated Anti-Streptavidin, followed by a second layer of fluorochrome-conjugated avidin or streptavidin. This sequence can be repeated. This multi-layered approach introduces more fluorochromes at the target site and can provide a multi-fold amplification over a single layer.

DyLight 488 Anti-Streptavidin has been optimally labeled to provide maximum fluorescence. Maximum excitation is at 493 nm and maximum emission is at 518 nm (green).

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