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Secondary Reagents

Secondary antibodies and related reagents are vital tools for immunological assays. We offer a range of high quality, affinity purified secondary antibodies that can be used in a variety of assays in conjunction with our range of primary antibodies.

Secondary reagents

The secondary reagents supplied by the Native Antigen Company include a range of highly purified goat polyclonal antibodies against human, mouse or sheep IgG. These antibodies are available unconjugated and are also available conjugated to widely used enzymes, horseradish peroxidase (HRP), alkaline phosphatase (AP) or to the popular fluorochrome fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC). Additional secondary reagents include streptavidin conjugates, which are suitable for use in a wide range of applications to detect biotin-conjugated detection reagents. All the reagents supplied are suitable for immunoassay research and development.

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Zika Prevalence in Suriname – an insight into assay cross-reactivity

A recent study published by Langerak et al tested for the seroprevalence of Zika virus in Suriname populations and evaluated the comparative effectiveness of using a commercial ELISA and a standard Virus Neutralisation Assay. Here we discuss the study, its results,...

What should you call your favourite virus?

The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) meet regularly to ensure the taxonomy of viruses is kept logical and up-to-date in the face of an ever-increasing number of new viruses and genome sequences; discussed in here in Nature. This sometimes results...

Overcoming Zika-Dengue cross-reactivity: the highly specific immunoassays your lab needs

In the global battle against Zika virus, serological cross-reactivity with Dengue is a major challenge for academics, epidemiologists and pharmaceutical companies alike. Novel immunoassays can now overcome this problem and could prove a real game-changer in Zika...

The Right Tools for Rubella

Rubella remains a significant pathogen worldwide, with 100,000 cases of congenital rubella syndrome estimated to occur every year. Vaccines to Rubella are highly safe and have effectively eliminated endemic infection in many developed countries, yet inadequate...

Visualising viral infection with immunofluorescence microscopy

Following the latest immunofluoresence data for our Zika and Dengue antibodies, we’ve invited VRS to write a short blog one of their areas of expertise: The applications of immunofluorescence microscopy in studying viruses.   A lot of what we know about biology...

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