Handbook: An introduction to Antibodies and their applications, 3rd ed

Posted: 18 February 2016 | | No comments yet

A concise overview of some of the key features for the use of antibodies and immunochemical techniques in biological research…

The 3rd edition of An Introduction to Antibodies and Their Applications provides a concise overview of some of the key features for the use of antibodies and immunochemical techniques in biological research. This handy reference guide supplements the techniques described in literature, recorded in general laboratory procedures, and described on individual product data sheets.

Antibody design, development, and production are our expertise. Stringent validation of our antibodies is only one component of a comprehensive process we undertake to provide the antibodies most cited by the research community (see section Antibody Quality on page 2 for an in-depth look at our expertise).

As every antibody and experimental design is unique, these general principles and suggestions should not be interpreted as applicable to all situations, but rather as an additional source of information. As always, individual assays must be optimized empirically and antibody titers must be established for every unique batch of antibody.

Whether you are a veteran researcher or just beginning your research career, we hope that you will find this guide to be useful in your research.

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