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Recombinant Antibody / Antibodies

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Recombinant Antibody / Antibodies

A recombinant antibody (rAb) is the purified product of an expression host transfected with a synthetic plasmid that corresponds to the variable region of an antibody specific to a single protein, and can be produced with or without an Fc region. A recombinant antibody has a number of advantages over the classic monoclonal antibody. Storage and loss of the hybridoma are eliminated as is hybridoma drift or mutation. Over time, some of the hybridoma cell population may change and begin to produce non-specific antibody or stop producing altogether. This can lead to unwanted, non-specific background signal in testing or the loss of a valuable testing tool. The nucleic acid sequence of the recombinant antibody is defined and can be exactly reproduced. This greatly reduces recombinant antibody lot-to-lot variation between successive lots and lots produced a decade apart. NSJ Bioreagents offers a rapidly expanding line of recombinant antibodies:
Found all antibodies, displaying 801 to 806
CD20 Antibody / MS4A1 (clone IGEL/4524R)
Catalog No : V8756
Applications : IHC-P
Reactivity : Human
Format : Purified
Recrabbitmono
CD163 Antibody (clone M130/3708R)
Catalog No : V8757
Applications : ELISA, IHC-P
Reactivity : Human
Format : Purified
Recrabbitmono
MUC16 Antibody / CA125 (clone OCA125/4505R)
Catalog No : V8758
Applications : IHC-P
Reactivity : Human
Format : Purified
Recrabbitmono
CD44 Antibody / HCAM (clone HCAM/4110R)
Catalog No : V8762
Applications : IHC-P
Reactivity : Human
Format : Purified
Recrabbitmono
HCG-beta Antibody (clone HCGb/2728R)
Catalog No : V8763
Applications : IHC-P
Reactivity : Human
Format : Purified
Recrabbitmono
p40 / deltaNp63 Antibody (clone TP40/3980R)
Catalog No : V8628BTN
Applications : FACS, IF, IHC-P
Reactivity : Human
Format : Biotin Conjugate
Recrabbitmono