Immunoprecipitations

 Immunoprecipitation (IP) is one of the most useful immunochemical techniques.  IPs are routinely used to determine  the presence and quantity of an antigen, molecular weight of a polypeptide, rate of synthesis or degradation, identify certain post translational modifications and interactions with other proteins, nucleic acids and ligands.  IPs consist of four main steps:

1. Labeling of the antigen (Optional step)
2. Release of antigen by cell lysis
3. Formation of antibody-antigen complexes
4. Purification of the immune complexes.
 
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Classic Immunoprecipitation

Immunoprecipitation (IP) is one of the most useful immunochemical techniques.  IPs are routinely used to determine  the presence and quantity of an antigen, molecular weight of a polypeptide..

Co-Immunoprecipitation

 Immunoprecipitation (IP) is one of the most useful immunochemical techniques.  IPs are routinely used to determine  the presence and quantity of an antigen, molecular weight of a polyp..

Cross-Link Immunoprecipitations

 Immunoprecipitation (IP) is one of the most useful immunochemical techniques.  IPs are routinely used to determine  the presence and quantity of an antigen, molecular weight of a polyp..

Direct Immunoprecipitation

Immunoprecipitation (IP) is one of the most useful immunochemical techniques.  IPs are routinely used to determine  the presence and quantity of an antigen, molecular weight of a polypeptide..

Protein A Magnetic Beads

G-Biosciences' Protein A Magnetic Beads are Fe3O4 beads coated with dextran to produce highly uniform, 1µm beads. Recombinant Protein A is covalently coupled to the dextran coat to produce an en..

Protein G Magnetic Beads

G-Biosciences' Protein G Magnetic Beads are Fe3O4 beads coated with dextran to produce highly uniform, 1µm beads. Recombinant Protein G is covalently coupled to the dextran coat to produce ..