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Will you please recommend me antibodies to insulin, the most suitable for immunohistochemistry in the pancreas of guinea pigs? Desirable to be conjugated with some pigment and there was no need for secondary antibodies.
- I have carried out a search and the best antibody I recommend is NB600-1488. This is a primary unconjugated antibody however and you will need a secondary. If you click on the product link and then click on related products, a list of all recommended secondary antibodies will appear.
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