Fab Fragment Affinity-Purified Secondary Antibodies by Jackson ImmunoResearch Laboratories Inc.

Manufacturer Jackson ImmunoResearch Laboratories Inc.  |  Available Worldwide
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Fab fragment antibodies are generated by papain digestion of whole IgG antibodies to remove the entire Fc portion, including the hinge region. Block endogenous immunoglobulins on cells, tissues , or other surfaces. Block exposed immunoglobulins in multiple labeling experiments using primary antibodies from the same species. Fab-label primary antibodies in solution without compromising activity.


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Fab Fragment Affinity-Purified Secondary Antibodies
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Average Rating: 3.7
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  • Ease of use
    4 out of 5
    After sales service
    3 out of 5
    Value for money
    4 out of 5
Works well at high concentrations
Rating: 3.7

  • Application Area: Immunohistochemistry

"Very useful for an immunohistochemistry with two primary antibodies from the same host. It covers the first primary antibody, presenting it as a different species. Used at a concentration of 40 ug/ml with the following protocol: https://www.jacksonimmuno.com/technical/products/protocols/double-labeling-same-species-primary/example-b"

Review date: 08 Aug 2016 | Fab Fragment Affinity-Purified Secondary Antibodies

Fab fragment antibodies are generated by papain digestion of whole IgG antibodies to remove the entire Fc portion, including the hinge region.

  • Block endogenous immunoglobulins on cells, tissues , or other surfaces.
  • Block exposed immunoglobulins in multiple labeling experiments using primary antibodies from the same species.
  • Fab-label primary antibodies in solution without compromising activity.