Immunohistochemistry / IHC Antibody Features

Most Reliable, High Quality,& Cost-Effective Antibodies

Sino Biological Inc was founded in January 2007 in Beijing, P.R. China by biotech pioneer and worldwide expert, MIT institute professor, Dr. Daniel I.C. Wang and his former student, Dr. Liangzhi Xie. Sino Biological Inc is quickly becoming the leading global biological solution specialist, offering a comprehensive set of value-added and cost-effective premium quality solutions (services and reagents) to accelerate life science research and biological product development worldwide. Its customers include top-10 global pharmaceutical and biotech companies, small biotech companies, and academic institutions worldwide.

Sino Biological Inc's immunohistochemistry antibody through strict quality control, each antibody have been fully verify their specificity by detection of various tissue samples . Sino Biological has developed a proprietary platform for efficient development of high affinity and high specificity rabbit monoclonal antibodies that can detect low amounts of protein expression. To provide accurate and reliable test results.

Sino Biological Inc committed to the development of high-quality antibodies, including mouse monoclonal antibody, rabbit monoclonal antibody rabbit polyclonal. There are more than 5,000 kinds of antibody products on sale, covering almost all research fields. All of Sino Biological Inc's antibodies are independent research and development, the immunogen used is proteins that expressed in eukaryotic cells, and its structure is closer to the native protein. The combination of antibody to native protein is better.

Feature 1 Strict quality assurance system

The availability of rabbit monoclonal antibodies is highly desirable for their high specificity and affinity, and greatly improved response to mouse antigens. In addition, rabbits are known to produce antibodies to many antigens that are not especially immunogenic in mice. Rabbit monoclonal antibodies also have other advantages, such as more diverse epitope recognition and improved immune response to small-size epitopes, compared with mouse monoclonal antibodies.

Feature 2 High sensitivity

Sino Biological immunohistochemistry antibodies are independent research and development. From protein product to verify of antibody, the whole process has strict quality control standards. All in the sale of immunohistochemical antibodies are obtained through a lot of screening and a variety of testing methods to verify eligibility.

Affinity Comparison of rabbit monoclonal antibody with mouse monoclonal antibody

Feature 3 High specificity

Antigen blocking test is a very effective method to prove the specificity of the antibodies. If the binding of antibodies to the natural antigens can be blocked by the addition of free antigens, it can be shown that the antibody is specific for the specific recognition of the antigen, not nonspecific binding or binding to other antigens.

CD21: Specific staining of the lymph nodes
No antigen blocking antigen blocking

Feature 4 Rigorous examinations by multiple tissues and samples

Currently most of the antibody only have one staining picture on the market, usually an antibody staining results in different tissues are different, so the antibody you buy may not be able to detect the target protein in tissues you need. The more tissue staining results we offer the more reliable for your successful experiment.

E-cad: Specific staining of different tissues
colon cancer hepar skin

Feature 5 Consistency between different batches

The properties of the antibody must be consistent between different batches, it is another important element of high quality antibodies. Different batches of Sino Biological antibodies must undergo strict quality control before they can be sold, to ensure that customers can get correct results with any batch of the antibodies.

Antibodies bind changes in different batches
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Feature 6 Other methods (FACS, IHC or WB) confirmations

There are a variety of detection methods for antibody, and the method can verify each other. The immunohistochemistry / IHC antibodies can be verified by the method of IF, FAC(FC) and WB. If one result of IF,FAC(FC) and WB was correct, immunohistochemistry / IHC antibodies were validated that the immunohistochemistry / IHC antibody is specific to target.

Multiple applications of the same antibody

Feature 7 Convenient ready-to-use antibody working reagents

The properties of the antibody must be consistent between different batches, it is another important element of high quality antibodies. Different batches of Sino Biological antibodies must undergo strict quality control before they can be sold, to ensure that customers can get correct results with any batch of the antibodies.

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Immunohistochemistry / IHC Antibody Features+
- Strict quality assurance system
- High sensitivity
- High specificity
- Examinations by multiple tissues
- Consistency between different batches
- Suitable for additional applications including FACS, WB or IF
Immunohistochemistry / IHC Product Center+
- Heart Tissue
- Brain Tissue
- Lymphgland Tissue
- Spleen Tissue
- Tonsil Tissue
- Skin Tissue
- Stomach Tissue
- Liver Tissue
- Lung Tissue
- Kindey Tissue
- Small intestine Tissue
- Thymus Tissue
- Uterus Tissue
- Testis Tissue
- Epididymis Tissue
- Esophagus Tissue
- Colon Tissue
- Pancreas Tissue
- Cell nucleus staining
- Cytomembrane staining
- Cytoplasm staining
- Paraffin section
- Frozen section
- Human Target
- Mouse Target
- Rat Target
- Other Species
- Mouse monoclonal antibody
- Rabbit monoclonal antibody
- Rabbit polyclonal antibody
- CD Molecular
- Biomarker
- Biological target
- Diagnostic
- Cancer
- Receptor
- Cytokine
- Interkeukin
- Stem cell
Immunohistochemistry / IHC Technology Center+
- Immunohistochemical / IHC Introduction
- Immunohistochemical / IHC Protocol
- Immunohistochemical / IHC Tips
- Immunohistochemistry / IHC Application
- Immunohistochemical / IHC Troubleshooting
- Immunohistochemical / IHC FAQ