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Different Kinds of Research Reagents
The Impact Of Research Reagents On Research Areas
Cytokines are mostly polypeptides, proteins or glycoproteins with good antigenicity. Antisera, polyclonal antibodies or monoclonal antibodies against different cytokines can be easily obtained by immunological technology. The detection of cytokines is of great significance not only for the basic research of immunology and molecular biology, but also for clarifying the pathogenesis of some diseases and guiding clinical treatment.
Immunological detection is one of the common methods for cytokine detection. In immunoassay, ELISA is a new immunoassay technology developed on the basis of immunoenzyme technology.
Research reagent is easy to preserve and the judgment is more objective. It is the most economical and common test method for detecting antigen and antibody in the laboratory, and has a wide range of application.
How Do Research Reagents Work In Lab?
This experimental method uses the recognition of antigen epitopes by antibodies and determines the antigenicity of cytokines. The same cytokine corresponds to two antibodies with different epitopes. One antibody is pre-coated on the microplate as a capture antibody and the other antibody is used as a detection antibody, and biotin is labeled on the detection antibody. Biotin molecules are combined with enzyme labeled avidin molecules to produce cascade amplification effect, which is more conducive to experimental detection.