Alpha Donor beads conjugated to mouse anti-human IgG (Fc-specific) antibody. This bead can be used to capture human IgG antibodies containing an Fc-region for Alpha no-wash protein detection, Fc-receptor binding, antibody detection, antibody binding, and other applications.
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Alpha Donor beads coated with anti-human IgG antibody. The conjugated antibody targets the Fc region of human IgG. These beads can be used to capture human IgG antibodies and human Fc-fusion proteins, and can be used in conjunction with AlphaScreen, AlphaLISA, or AlphaPlex Acceptor beads to create no-wash assays for:
In a typical Alpha assay, 1 mg of Donor beads is sufficient to run 1,000-2,000 wells using a 25 µL reaction volume. Bead concentration can be adjusted for optimal performance.
|Antibody Conjugates||Anti-human IgG|
|Bead Type or Core Bead Type||Alpha Donor|
|Product Brand Name||Alpha|
|Shipping Condition||Blue Ice|
|Unit Size||25 mg|
Product brochure for the Alpha Technology, a versatile, no wash, homogeneous assay technology that's suitable for a broad range of applications.
The interactions and bindingof proteins are implicated in a large number of biological processes. The needfor an efficient, highly sensitive assay to study large protein interactions is increasingly important. Alpha Technology is a highly flexible, homogeneous, no-wash assay ideal for the measurement of protein interactions and complexes as large as 200 nm in size
Alpha has been used to study a wide variety of interactions, including protein:protein, protein:peptide, protein:DNA, protein:RNA, protein:carbohydrate, protein:small molecule, receptor:ligand, and nuclear receptor:ligand interactions. Both cell-based and biochemical interactions have been monitored, and applications such as phage display, ELISA, and EMSA (electrophoretic mobility shift assay) have been adapted to Alpha.
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