The Blocking Agents Trial Packs are a set of four G-Biosciences proprietary blocking agents for immunoassays with one being a non-animal protein blocker and another protein free that minimizes the risk of non-specific binding of antibodies during the immunoassay. Each blocking buffer provided in the..
Protein solutions are used for blocking excess binding sites in ELISA, blotting, immunohistochemistry and other immunochemical applications. Each blocking solution will impart certain characteristics on the assay system.
Our BLOK™ BSA is a 10% solution of BSA (Bovine Serum Albu..
Convenient ready-to-use blocking solutions for Western blots, dot Blots & ELISA
1% Casein (w/v) solution for blocking Westerns, ELISA and dot Blots
Available in your choice of TBS or PBS buffers.
FirstChoice™ Blocking Buffers contain a proprietary protein formulation that offers greater versatility and lack of cross-reactivity. This makes FirstChoice™ Blocking Buffers ideal as a first choice for optimization of new assays, system or when determining the optimal blocking buf..
FISH-Blocker is a blocking agent that uses a fish protein as the primary blocking agent. The use of a fish protein, a non-mammalian protein, is that it eliminates or minimizes the interaction of antibodies raised in mammals. FISH-Blocker is one of the best blocking agents for immunoassay..
Protein-Free Blocking Buffer does not contain protein; it is a proprietary formation of non-protein agents that eliminates non-specific binding sites in ELISA, blotting, immunohistochemistry and other applications. The absence of protein from the Protein-Free Blocking Buffer eliminates problem..
Superior™ Blocking Buffer contains a proprietary antiginically non-determinant protein for blocking non-specific sites during ELISA, membrane blotting, immunohistochemistry and other applications.
Superior™ Blocking Buffer is ideal for a high signal to background ratio in ..
A major drawback of current blocking solutions, such as BSA, casein and milk powder, is that they are derived from animal sources. The presence of animal proteins can often lead to high non-specific backgrounds as antigens and antibodies, generated in animals, interact with the "blocking" ..