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Thermo Scientific™ anti-Interleukin 12 (p70) Recombinant, Thermo Scientific™

Interleukin 12 (p70) Recombinant protein SIL12 from Thermo Scientific™ detects Interleukin 12 (p70) in Not Applicable samples, and is validated for Control, ELISA and WB

$170.10 - $2,383.50

Specifications

Format Colorimetric ELISA (TMB substrate) in clear 96-well strip plate
Measurement Absorbance at 450nm minus absorbance at 550nm
Precision Intra-assay CV <10%; inter-assay CV <10%
Sample Type Cell culture supernatant, urine, serum, plasma (EDTA, sodium citrate and heparin)
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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Format Colorimetric ELISA (TMB substrate) in clear 96-well strip plate
Measurement Absorbance at 450nm minus absorbance at 550nm
Precision Intra-assay CV <10%; inter-assay CV <10%
Sample Type Cell culture supernatant, urine, serum, plasma (EDTA, sodium citrate and heparin)

Interleukin 12 (p70) Recombinant protein SIL12 from Thermo Scientific™ detects Interleukin 12 (p70) in Not Applicable samples, and is validated for Control, ELISA and WB

CCR4 is a chemokine receptor and is preferentially expressed on type 2 helper T (Th2-type) cells. In contrast to other chemokine receptors, the expression of CCR4 and CCR8 on Th2 cells is transiently increased following TCR and CD28 engagement. Moreover, activated Th1 cells up-regulate CCR4 expression and functional responsiveness to thymus- and activation-regulated chemokine.
Host Species: E. Coli
Cross Reactivity: Not Applicable
Formulation: 1 Vial purified Protein (1.5 ng/ml) in 4% BSA and no preservative;

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