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Topic Started by Myab
on 10/11/2012 5:17 AM   
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I work for a company that develops and sales quality antibodies. As these antibodies perfom as expected by the scientists who use them, I would like more scientists to benefit from them in their research. For that I need to learn where the scientists buy their antibodies.
Can you tell me on which website you go when looking for a primary antibody? a secondary antibody?
Thank you very much!

Candy Ton
United States

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Posted By Candy Ton
on 5/19/2015 0:59 AM   
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We've been cooperated with Creative Biolabs for years. Most of the time, we will choose biotech products and antibodies from them. Besides, they will update experimental methods regularly, so sometimes I will share some of the good methods on


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Posted By krihol
on 8/27/2015 13:43 PM   
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 It depends on what your target is. Many companies are specielized in antibodies foe e.g. immune cells or neuronal marker. In general, I look at Sigma, Pierce, R&D System and Abcam
For secondary antibodies I usually use Invitrogen or Vector.

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