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What is one-step immunostaining?

Posted by Dr. Astrid Sitte on Jul 26, 2019 2:45:28 PM

Simultaneous immunostaining, also called one-step immunostaining vs. sequential immunostaining. Nano-Secondaries stain different primary antibodies equally well in one-step staining and sequential staining.

HeLa cells were immunostained with different primary antibodies and Nano-Secondaries Alexa Fluor® 647 (1:1,000, magenta). Cell nuclei were stained with DAPI (blue). Scale bar, 20 μm.

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Topics: live cell imaging, Secondary antibody, Nano-Secondaries, One-step immunostaining, staining

Important facts to know when using Nano-Secondaries

Posted by Klaus Herick on Jul 23, 2019 1:27:20 PM

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Topics: VHH, Nanobody, Secondary antibody, Nano-Secondaries, Alexa Fluor, One-step immunostaining

Why are recombinant Nanobodies/ VHHs beneficial?

Posted by Klaus Herick on Jun 13, 2019 4:00:00 PM

Nanobodies are the binding domains of heavy chain only antibodies from Camelids. Nanobodies can be recombinantly produced in bacterial and other animal-free expression systems depending on the actual Nanobody construct. In contrast, classical IgG antibodies are composed of two heavy chains and two light chains and are traditionally produced using hybridoma technlogies or are isolated from a host’s blood.

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Topics: Nanobody, Secondary antibody, Validation, recombinat expression

Advantages of recombinant Nano-Secondaries

Posted by Klaus Herick on May 23, 2019 4:10:12 PM

Nano-Secondaries are monoclonal Nanobodies that bind to primary antibodies in a species and subtype specific manner, i.e. Nano-Secondaries are very precise secondary antibodies. They are recombinantly produced in bacterial or other animal-free expression systems; in contrast, classical mono- or polyclonal secondary antibodies are traditionally produced using hybridoma technologies or are isolated from a host’s blood.

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Topics: Secondary antibody, Validation, recombinat expression, Nano-Secondaries

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