Rabbit Anti Human Factor II (Prothrombin) Polyclonal Fractionated FITC LabeledIRBAHUFIITHRGFFITC 100UG
Select this product for Molecular Innovations name, Rabbit anti human prothrombin IgG fraction, FITC labeled and product number, ASHPT-GF-FITC.
Rabbit Anti Human Factor II (Prothrombin) Polyclonal Fractionated FITC Labeled from Innovative Research is a polyclonal antibody in a Frozen liquid format. This antibody has been purified using protein A affinity chromatography followed by fluorescein isothiocyanate conjugation.
Fractionated preparations may be especially useful in research where high affinity is necessary, especially in cases where the target antigen is less abundant. IgG Fractionated antiserum can also contain very high affinity antibodies that are sometimes missing from affinity purified preparations (since they can bind so tightly to the affinity matrix that they are not always eluted).
- Host: Rabbit
- Species: Human
- Target: Prothrombin and Thrombin
- Clonality: Polyclonal
- Purity: IgG Fractionated FITC Labeled
- Source: Rabbit Serum
- Storage Conditions: -70Â°C
This product can be used in plate-based assay analytics such as ELISA. Protect from light. At Innovative Research, we provide reliable, consistent products that deliver reliable, consistent results.
This material is sold for in-vitro use only for manufacturing and research. This material is not suitable for human or animal use. While we make every effort to ensure the safety of our products, we recommend handling any biological materials with standard precautions as if capable of spreading infectious disease. The statements herin are offered for informational purposes only to be used solely for your consideration, investigation, and verification.
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