HRP labeled antibody glutaraldehyde two-step method

1. Principle

Glutaraldehyde is a bifunctional reagent, through which the aldehyde group is covalently bound to the enzyme and the amino group on the immunoglobulin to form an enzyme-glutaraldehyde-immunoglobulin conjugate.

2. Reagents and equipment

(1) 0.1M PH6.8 ph

What are the advantages of immunohistochemistry?

1) Specificity The basic principle of strong immunology determines that the binding between antigen and antibody is highly specific. Therefore, in theory, immunohistochemistry is also a specific display of antigen in tissue cells, such as keratin (keratin) shows epithelial Composition, LCA

Enzyme-linked immunoassay of mouse cardiac troponin I (cTnI)

Enzyme-linked immunoassay of mouse cardiac troponin I (cTnI)

Kit instruction manual

This reagent is for research purpose only: This kit is used to determine the content of cardiac troponin I (cTnI) in mouse serum, plasma and related fluid samples.

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Troubleshooting method of high and low temperature test chamber

1. High and low temperature test equipment. In the high temperature test, if the temperature change does not reach the test temperature value, you can check the electrical system and eliminate the fault one by one. If the temperature rises very slowly, it is necessary to check the wind cir

Troubleshooting method of high and low temperature test chamber

1. High and low temperature test equipment. In the high temperature test, if the temperature change does not reach the test temperature value, you can check the electrical system and eliminate the fault one by one. If the temperature rises very slowly, it is necessary to check the wind cir

Summary of Progress in New Technologies of Waste Rubber Recycling Abroad

Scrap rubber mainly comes from scrapped car tires. With the rapid development of the automobile industry, the production rate of scrap tires continues to increase. In 2010, there were about 4.7 million tons of used tires in the United States, nearly 3.5 million tons in Europe, more than 1.

Summary of Progress in New Technologies of Waste Rubber Recycling Abroad

Scrap rubber mainly comes from scrapped car tires. With the rapid development of the automobile industry, the production rate of scrap tires continues to increase. In 2010, there were about 4.7 million tons of used tires in the United States, nearly 3.5 million tons in Europe, more than 1.