By immunoelectrophoresis and ELISA this reacts specifically with llama IgG and with light chains common to other llama immunoglobulins. No was detected against non-immunoglobulin serum proteins. This may cross react with IgG from other species.
FAQs for IgG (H+L) Antibody (NB7242). (Showing 1 - 2 of 2 FAQs).
We use the antibody at a very high dilution (1:50,000) which is great, and the 1mg/ml size means it would last for a large number of tests. My queries are: 1. Shelf-life of the product - am I correct in saying 6 months from receipt, or up to 1 year if kept at 4C (which it is)? 2. This is a polyclonal goat antibody. So could you tell me if it is a pool of different goats, or would I be reliant upon one single goat (which then increases my risk of the test being obsolete if a replacement good goat is never found again?). I am after some assurance of product continuity, batch testing of potential replacement goat antibody etc.
We only guarantee our products for 6 months though yes I am sure it will work for up to a year. The antibody is from a single goat. We have a large volume of serum from the goat that should last us greater than 10 years.
Just wondering if NB7242 anti-llama conjugate will cross react with camel species?
Our Goat anti-Llama [HRP] (NB7242) has not yet been tested against other species' IgG. This product may cross-react with other related species. Unfortunately, we do not have any specific data regarding this cross-reactivity. I apologize for the lack of information.
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