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Thermo Scientific™ Pierce™ Protein A, G, and L Coated Plates

Capture antibody complexes with these alternatives to direct, passive adsorption for immobilizing antibodies for ELISA and other plate-based assays.

$278.25 - $362.25

Specifications

Quantity 5 plates
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Catalog Number Mfr. No. Color Format Surface Coating Price Quantity    

PI15130

 
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15130
Clear 96-Well Protein A Pack of 5 Each for $278.25

PI15131

 
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PI15131
Clear 96-Well Protein G Pack of 5 Each for $311.85

PI15132

 
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PI15132
Clear 8-Well Strips Protein A Pack of 5 Each for $310.80

PI15133

 
thermo scientific™
PI15133
Clear 8-Well Strips Protein G Pack of 5 Each for $358.05

PI15138

 
thermo scientific™
15138*
Clear 8-Well Strips Protein A/G Pack of 5 Each for $362.25

PI15154

 
thermo scientific™
15154
White 96-Well Protein A Pack of 5 Each for $339.15

PI15155

 
thermo scientific™
15155
Black 96-Well Protein A Pack of 5 Each for $287.70

PI15190

 
thermo scientific™
PI15190
Clear 96-Well Protein L Pack of 5 Each for $353.85

PI15157

 
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PI15157
Black 96-Well Protein G Pack of 5 Each for $358.05

PI15156

 
thermo scientific™
PI15156
White 96-Well Protein G Pack of 5 Each for $358.05
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Quantity 5 plates

Thermo Scientific™ Pierce Protein A, G, A/G and L Coated Plates provide alternatives to direct, passive adsorption methods for immobilizing antibodies for ELISA and other plate-based assay techniques.

These plates are uniformly and stably coated with one of four popular immunoglobilin-binding proteins (Protein A, Protein G, Protein A/G or Protein L). They enable antibodies or pre-estabilished antibody-antigen complexes to be captured to wells of the polystyrene plate for subsequent detection in plate readers. The strategy is useful for a variety of assay situations, but it is generally not suitable for sandwich-type ELISA.

Highlights:

  • Retain antibody activity, which can be lost when antibodies are immobilized by passive adsorption
  • Orient antibodies for maximum antigen-binding capacity
  • Immobilize antibodies for plate assays without prior purification
  • Ensure minimal variation (<5% well-to-well) from consistent coating
  • Reduce nonspecific binding because plates are pre-blocked with SuperBlock Blocking Buffer
  • Bind 2 to 5pmol of antibody per well (based on tests with rabbit IgG)

Protein A/G Coated Microplates:

  • Fusion protein containing four antibody-binding sites from Protein A and two from Protein G
  • Binds to most IgG species because it combines the specificities of Protein A and Protein G
  • Binds to Fc region of antibodies, ensuring optimal orientation
  • Binds well using a wide range of pH

Protein A Coated Microplates:

  • Binds strongly to IgG from human, rabbit, guinea pig, pig, dog and rhesus monkey
  • Binds strongly to mouse IgG2a, IgG2b and IgG3
  • Binds to Fc region of antibodies for optimal orientation

Protein G Coated Microplates:

  • Binds strongly to IgG from many species including human, mouse, rabbit, sheep and goat
  • Binds only to IgG—no cross-reactivity with other antibody classes
  • Binds to Fc region of antibodies for optimal orientation

Protein L Coated Microplates:

  • Binds to all classes of immunoglobulins (IgG, IgM, IgA, IgE and IgD)
  • Binds to the VL region of kappa light chains (human I, III, IV and Mouse I) without interfering with antigen-binding sites
  • Binds to Fab fragments and ScFv
  • Does not bind bovine, goat or sheep immunoglobulin
  • Binds weakly to rabbit immunoglobulin
  • Pre-blocked to reduce nonspecific binding