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Strictly Validated Antibodies
Verified by Multiple Cell Samples With an antibody validation through multiple cell lines will further clarify the antibody specificity.
Antigen Blocking Verified This method is one of the most conventional antibody specificity verification methods.
Non-conjugated Antibody Blocking Verified One purpose of this verification experiment with unlabeled antibodies is qualifying whether the specificity change after the labelling.
Fc Receptor Blocking Verified It's always be recommended to do Fc receptors blockade prior to sample staining if your sample contains some special cell types.
WB,IF and IHC Verified Other applications also provide information on specificity of the antibody.
The vast majority of monoclonal antibodies were comparable to the classic clones, which had good reputation internationally, in homogeneity, specificity, sensitivity, affinity, etc..
The antibody products in Sino Biological Inc. (SBI) have high affinity and sensitivity performance. They could be effective in very high dilution to recommended concentration in your experiments.
Antibody stability in Sino Biological Inc. (SBI) produced reagents is determined by real-time and real-temperature testing. We can certify the period of time that the antibody has been tested.

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Strictly Validated Antibodies

Preliminary Screening
Specificity Validation
Optimizing

Verified by Multiple Cell Samples

PC-3 A549 Lymphocyte Hela

Antigen Blocking Verified

Non-conjugated Antibody Blocking Verified

 

Fc Receptor Blocking Verified

 

WB, IF and IHC Verified

Comparable with Classic Clone

Excellent Performance in Sensitivity

 

Verified High Stability

  Classic Clone SB Clone
Recommended Concentration
1:10
1:100
 
Conjugated Time 0
12 Month
24 Month
42 Month

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So far, there are over 1000 strictly validated antibodies developed in Sino Biological Inc. favorable for Flow Cytometry assay.

Choose the Appropriate Antibodies

Nature of Sample Species of Sample Advantage of Rabbit MAb Secondary Antibody Dual Staining

Flow Cytometry Antibodies Hot Products

CD3 CD14 CD4 CD19 CD5 CD20 CD8 CD25 CD45 CD28

Flow Cytometry Antibodies by Immunogen Species

Human Target Antibody Mouse Target Antibody Rat & Others Target Antibody

Flow Cytometry Antibodies by Host & Clone

Rabbit Monoclonal Antibody Mouse Monoclonal Antibody Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody

Flow Cytometry Antibodies by Research Area

CD Molecular Cancer Biomarker Receptor Biological Target Cytokine Diagnostic Interleukin Stem Cell

Flow Cytometry Antibodies in Typical Aplications

Apoptosis Immunophenotyping

Flow Cytometry Antibodies by Fluorochromes

FITC (Green) (515-545 nm) PE (Yellow) (564-601 nm) APC (Red) (653-669 nm) PerCP (Red) (676 nm) Non-conjugated

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Flow Cytometry Introduction

What is Flow Cytometry History of Flow Cytometer Flow Cytometers Fluorescence Measurement FACS The Application of Flow Cytometry

Flow Cytometry Protocol

Cell number Tubes vs Plates Centrifugation and Washing Sample Staining Specificity and Non-Specificity Controls Blocking Titration and Proportionality Staining Volume Time and Temperature Stability Safety Reagent & Examples

Recommendations for Background Control

  • Unlabeled cells as blank control
  • Single color and FMO control
  • Isotype control
  • Negative cells control

Fluorochrome Selection

  • Excitation and Emission
  • Fluorochrome Selection

Flow Cytometry Tips

  • Sample preparation
  • Fluorescence staining

Flow Cytometry FAQ

  • What fluorochromes can I use?
  • What controls do I need?
  • Do the cells need to be permeabilized?
  • Do the samples need to be fixed?

Flow Cytometry PPT

  • Introduction to Flow Cytometry
  • Flow Cytometry Basic Training
  • Principles and Application of Flow Cytometry PowerPoint

Flow Cytometry Troubleshooting

  • No staining
  • Weak staining
  • Nonspecific staining
  • Unexpected staining

Flow Cytometry / FACS Background

Flow cytometry is a method to evaluate cell membrane proteins and intracellular proteins as well as peptides and DNA. The principle behind FACS is an antigen-antibody reaction, with the antibodies being fluorescently labelled. There are three fluorescent proteins (R-PE, APC, and PerCP) conjugated to antibodies. Flow cytometry quantification is carried out with intercalating color labels (without the antibody). Flow cytometry antibodies are widely used in cell counting, cell sorting, biomarker detection and protein engineering.

Flow Cytometry / FACS - Human Target Antibody Flow Cytometry / FACS - Mouse Target Antibody
Flow Cytometry / FACS - Rat Target Antibody Flow Cytometry / FACS - From Other Species
Flow Cytometry / FACS - Mouse monoclonal antibody Flow Cytometry / FACS - Rabbit monoclonal antibody
Flow Cytometry / FACS-CD Molecular Flow Cytometry / FACS-Biomarker
Flow Cytometry / FACS-Biological target Flow Cytometry / FACS-Diagnostic
Flow Cytometry / FACS-Cancer Flow Cytometry / FACS-Receptor
Flow Cytometry / FACS-Cytokine Flow Cytometry / FACS-Interleukin
Flow Cytometry / FACS-Stem cell  
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