Sheep ELISA Kits

Sheep are the most commonly used animals in immunologic research. Sheep can be used to prepare immune serum against normal human whole serum, which can be used to study early myeloma, macroglobulinemia and some gammaglobulin deficiency. The red blood cells of sheep are the indispensable main experimental materials for complement fixation tests in serology. Because the complement fixation test is still widely used in the diagnosis of several diseases, sheep are indispensable experimental animals for microbiological teaching practice and medical inspection. Sheep are also suitable for physiological experiments and experimental surgery, and sheep bluetongue disease can also be used for the study of human hydrocephalus.

Sheep are more docile than goats, with poor flexibility and endurance. They are not good at climbing and not afraid of cold, but they are afraid of hot weather. Male sheep often fight with each other. They do not like to eat leaves and twigs but prefer to eat grass. They mainly rely on their upper lips and incisors to get food. Their upper lips have cracks, which is convenient for eating very short grass. The pancreas of sheep continuously secretes no matter in the digestive or nondigestive period, and the concentration capacity of the gallbladder is poor.


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Difference Between Sheep and Goat Elisa Kit?

There are 27 pairs of chromosomes in sheep and 30 pairs in goats. There are many studies on satellite DNA polymorphism, poxvirus immunity, stem cell culture, gene phylogeny, gene expression differences in different tissues, and blood physiology and biochemistry between sheep and goats, and there are some differences. In addition, the study on milk composition, fatty acid, and amino acid of their milk samples showed that the contents of total solids, nonfat, fat, protein, casein, galactose, acidity, and lactic acid in goat milk were significantly higher than those in goat milk.

What Are the Precautions when Handling Sheep Tissue Samples?

The common samples include serum, plasma, tissue lysate, alveolar lavage fluid, urine, etc. The samples should be processed according to the instructions. When taking tissue samples, it is necessary to rinse the blood components in the tissue to remove the interference of peroxidase, add tissue lysate for grinding, centrifuge to remove the tissue block, collect the supernatant, add protease inhibitor, and store at - 20 ℃.

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