Jackson ImmunoResearch Anti-Alpaca secondary antibodies

20:00 EDT 28 Apr 2019 | Australian Life Scientist

Jackson ImmunoResearch, a manufacturer of secondary antibodies for the life science market, has announced a range of products for scientists developing single-domain VHH antibodies.

The Anti-Alpaca secondary antibody product line targets the IgG repertoire of camelid immunoglobulins, including whole molecule, subclass and VHH domain specificities. They are raised against alpaca and cross-react with llama.

Anti-Alpaca IgG subclasses 2+3 specific antibodies enable scientists to monitor immune response and pinpoint the optimal B cell harvest timeframe. Anti-Alpaca VHH domain antibodies were also developed to detect single-domain antibodies across all immunotechniques and will be an indispensable tool in diagnostics and drug development.

The antibodies are one-tenth the size of canonical immunoglobulins, making them suitable for drug delivery and super-resolution imaging, among many other potential uses. Secondary antibodies for VHH discovery are designed to support research needs, reduce project time and improve success rates.

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