BioMag Goat Anti-Mouse/Anti-Rat IgG

For magnetic cell separation and magnetocapture, immunoassays, and binding of immunoglobulins

Features

  • For use with mouse or rat IgG primary antibodies
  • Can be used as secondary antibodies in enzyme immunoassays and radioassays 
  • Negative selection separates cells of interest from heterogeneous cell populations 
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BioMag Goat Anti-Rat IgG (500 ml)

Cat. No. / ID: 310107

BioMag goat anti-rat IgG secondary antibody suspension (1 mg/ml)
$1,569.00
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Product Details

BioMag Goat Anti-Mouse IgG and BioMag Goat Anti-Rat IgG are standard BioMag particles coated with polyclonal goat anti-mouse or anti-rat IgG antibodies and are highly suited for use in cell sorting methods where a mouse or rat IgG antibody is used as a primary antibody. BioMag Goat Anti-Mouse IgG and BioMag Goat Anti-Rat IgG can be used to separate the cells of interest from a heterogeneous cell population using negative selection. BioMag Goat Anti-Mouse IgG and BioMag Goat Anti-Rat IgG can also be used as secondary antibodies in enzyme immunoassays and radioassays that utilize a mouse or rat IgG primary monoclonal antibody.

Publications

Gammadelta T cells promote a Th1 response during coxsackievirus B3 infection in vivo: role of Fas and Fas ligand.
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J Virol; 2002; 76 (13):6487-94 2002 Jul PMID:12050361
Multimeric connexin interactions prior to the trans-Golgi network.
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J Cell Sci; 2001; 114 (Pt 22):4013-24 2001 Nov PMID:11739633
Cadherins mediate intercellular mechanical signaling in fibroblasts by activation of stretch-sensitive calcium-permeable channels.
Ko KS; Arora PD; McCulloch CA;
J Biol Chem; 2001; 276 (38):35967-77 2001 Jul 20 PMID:11466312
Filarial antigens impair the function of human dendritic cells during differentiation.
Semnani RT; Sabzevari H; Iyer R; Nutman TB;
Infect Immun; 2001; 69 (9):5813-22 2001 Sep PMID:11500459
Impaired apoptosis, extended duration of immune responses, and a lupus-like autoimmune disease in IEX-1-transgenic mice.
Zhang Y; Schlossman SF; Edwards RA; Ou CN; Gu J; Wu MX;
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A; 2002; 99 (2):878-83 2002 Jan 8 PMID:11782530