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BacTrace® Anti-Listeria Species Antibody, High Specificity

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  • Size

    1.0 mg

  • List Price

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  • Unit

    EA

  • Inventory Status

    In Stock

Description

BacTrace® Anti-Listeria Antibody, High Specificity, is isolated from a serum pool of goats immunized with different strains of heat-killed whole cells of Listeria. This antibody is broadly reactive to Listeria and recognizes all 10 Listeria species tested in our laboratory. The intensity of reaction may vary with the strain of Listeria tested. When compared to other antibodies, BacTrace Anti-Listeria Antibody, High Specificity demonstrates increased reactivity to Listeria monocytogenes. It may also show occasional low level cross-reactivity to Staphylococcus and Streptococcus species under certain test conditions

Product Highlights:

  • High sensitivity - polyclonal antibody recognizes multiple epitopes vs. single-epitope recognition of monoclonals
  • High specificity - provides broad reactivity to Listeria High Sensitivity
  • Lot-to-lot consistency

Specifications:

  • Immunogen: Antigens from various strains of Listeria
  • Purification: Affinity purification
  • Specificity: Broadly reactive to Listeria
  • Host: Goat
  • Form: Whole IgG
  • Label: None
  • Physical State: Lyophilized
  • Stabilizers/Preservatives: None
  • Suggested Working Dilutions: Capture Antibody: 10 µg/mL, Primary Antibody: 1 - 2 μg/mL
  • Stability: 1 year from date of receipt
  • Storage: 2 - 8°C

 

Sensitivity of Bactrace anti-Listeria High Sensitivity Antibody vs. BacTrace Anti-Listeria, Genus Specific

Colorimetric assay demonstrating the enhanced sensitivity of the BacTrace Anti-Listeria High Sensitivity Antibody to various strains of Listeria.



Specificity of BacTrace Anti-Listeria High Sensitivity Antibody

Colorimetric assay demonstrating the specificity of the BacTrace Anti-Listeria High Sensitivity Antibody for six species of Listeria, including multiple strains of L. monocytogenes.
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