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Fluorescent Secondaries (Concentrate)

Fluorescent Secondaries (Concentrate)

A selection of purified, high-affinity fluorescent antibodies

Our fluorescent secondary antibodies are unmatched in quality for immunological techniques. All antibodies are prepared using proprietary immunization schedules that produce high-affinity antibodies. The antibodies are affinity-purified by chromatography, and cross-reactivities that are likely to interfere with specific labeling are removed by solid-phase adsorption techniques. Antibodies are conjugated to ensure optimal labeling without compromising antibody specificity or affinity.

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  1. Dorsal root ganglia cells (neurons and satellite glia) - double label.  BIII tubulin, DyLight 594 labeled secondary antibody (red). S100, DyLight 488 labeled secondary antibody (green). Mounted in VECTASHIELD HardSet Mounting Medium with DAPI. Image court
    DyLight 594 Horse Anti-Goat IgG Antibody
    Cat. No: DI-3094
    Unit Size: 1.5 mg
  2. Astrocytes: Stained for GFAP and detected with Dylight 594 labeled secondary antibody. Mounted in VECTASHIELD HardSet Mounting Medium with DAPI. Image courtesy of Dr Emma East, Department of Life Sciences, The Open University, U.K.*.*
    DyLight 594 Horse Anti-Mouse IgG Antibody
    Cat. No: DI-2594
    Unit Size: 1.5 mg
  3. Alzheimer's disease mouse brain model - double label: glial cells stained with Iba1 (rp) followed by DyLight 594 Goat Anti-Rabbit IgG (DI-1594); plaques stained with Biotinylated Mouse Anti-Human Amyloid Beta followed by DyLight 488 Streptavidin (SA-5488)
    DyLight 594 Goat Anti-Rabbit IgG Antibody
    Cat. No: DI-1594
    Unit Size: 1.5 mg
  4. Astrocytes: Stained for GFAP and detected with Dylight 594 labeled secondary antibody. Mounted in VECTASHIELD HardSet Mounting Medium with DAPI. Image courtesy of Dr Emma East, Department of Life Sciences, The Open University, U.K.*
    DyLight 594 Horse Anti-Rabbit IgG Antibody
    Cat. No: DI-1094
    Unit Size: 1.5 mg
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