CD Molecule-Mouse monoclonal antibody
CD Molecule-Rabbit monoclonal antibody
CD Molecule-Rabbit polyclonal antibody
The cluster of differentiation (or cluster of designation), often abbreviated as CD, is a protocol used for the identification and investigation of cell surface molecules present on white blood cells. The cluster of differentiation nomenclature was proposed for the classification of the many monoclonal antibodies generated by different laboratories around the world against epitopes on the surface molecules of leukocytes. Since then, the use of cluster of differentiation has expanded to many other cell types.
Antibodies to rat protein are important tool in research. Antibody to rat target on the market has played an important role in various fields of research. The rat animal model is very important in many disease studies, antibody rat protein will become the necessary research tools and methods.