Monoclonal Antibodies

 

Our category of monoclonal antibodies is comprised of most rabbit monoclonal antibodies and, to a lesser extent, mouse monoclonal antibodies. Compared to polyclonal antibodies, monoclonal antibodies have higher specificity, lower off-target binding with similar molecules, lower background noise, and minimum batch-to-batch variations. In addition, most of our rabbit monoclonal antibodies are recombinant antibodies (rAbs) produced using recombinant technologies, further reducing batch variation and improving consistency and reproducibility. More importantly, to facilitate your research, we test these antibodies in various applications and across different species to ensure these antibodies are working as intended.

To avoid any confusion, we use standard international protein nomenclature to name our antibody. For example, for β-actin antibody, we use anti-ACTB antibody as the name and have listed all the aliases of β-actin (ACTB) protein in the product information. You can search our website using the protein name you know or click the toggle button next to the Protein Name to sort the list alphabetically, then click the highlighted Protein Name to find the detailed information about this antibody. 

Species: H, human; M, mouse; R, rat; Mk, monkey; B, bovine/cow; D, dog, C, chicken; P, pig

Applications: WB, Western blot; IC, immunocytochemistry; F, flow cytometry; IHC, immunohistochemistry