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Isotype controls

Isotype controls are a type of negative control designed to measure the level of non-specific background signal caused by primary antibodies. The background signal is often the result of immunoglobulins binding non-specifically to Fc receptors present on the cell surface. For example, antibodies raised in mice may bind to some human cells regardless of the test antibody specificity, in a manner related to the isotype of the antibody being used. In these cases you need an isotype control of the same isotype as the test antibody to provide a relevant control for non-specific binding.

Isotype control antibodies

We offer a range of isotype control antibodies that match our primary antibodies, allowing customers to select the appropriate control for their own experimental system.

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Diagnosing HIV in resource-limited settings

In this blog, we discuss the need for improved point-of-care (PoC) diagnostics for HIV and present the virus's cellular mechanism to illustrate our new range of HIV antigens and antibodies. HIV in the developed world On June 5th 1981 in Los Angeles, California, 5...

Our Product Pipeline

If you’ve been following us on social media recently, you might have noticed that we’ve been releasing a lot of new antigens and antibodies. In this blog, we explain how we use the WHO R&D Blueprint to guide our product development and present some highlights from...

From Outbreak to Epidemic: A Short History of The Ebola Virus

In the first of a two-part series, we discuss the history of the Ebola virus up to the ongoing outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and why this disease has been so challenging to fight. The 2014/15 epidemic In the summer of 2014, the world watched as the...

ELISA Formats for Infectious Disease Diagnostics

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The world’s most extensive range of NS1-specific antibodies for flavivirus research

The Native Antigen Company first gained prominence in 2016, when it developed highly pure Zika virus NS1 protein during the 2015/2016 epidemic. Since then, the company has developed an extensive range of highly specific antigens, antibodies and immunoassays for...

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