are important tools in many research and diagnostic applications.Zedira
– polyclonal as well as monoclonal – raised against:
Antibody epitope mappingPEPperPRINT
- All human transglutaminases
- Guinea pig liver transglutaminase
- Bacterial transglutaminase
- The transglutaminase reaction product: Nε-(γ-glutamyl)-L-lysine-isopeptide bond
- Fibrinolytic enzymes: Plasmin and its zymogen (plasminogen)
and Zedira commonly present the new PEPperCHIP®
Standard and Custom PEPperCHIP®
Peptide Microarrays are synthesized with a unique laser printer based method directly on-chip and are used for e.g. antibody epitope mapping, immunological research, and biomarker discovery.Read more about PEPperCHIP® Laser Printing PlatformAntibodies labeled with fluorescent dyes
Zedira provides many of it‘s polyclonal antibodies with a flourescent label like FITC or phycoerythrin or as a biotinylated version. Of course antibodies with other tags are available on demand.
(A) Anti TG2 (A014): mouse colon section (1:100);
(B) Anti TG2 (A014): mouse small intestinal mucosa;
(C) Anti-TG6 (A017): astrocyte in mouse corpus callosum.
(A/B) J. Knauer, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft Leipzig; (C) A. Schulze-Krebs, S. v. Hörsten, University Erlangen
In many applications the need for a fluorescently labeled antibody exists, ranging from fluorescence microscopy to fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS).
(A) Transmitted light microscopy, magnification 1:40;
(B) FITC-Anti-TG2 (A028
): fluorescence microscopy, magnification 1:40;
(C) FITC-Anti-TG2 (A028
): fluorescence microscopy, magnification 1:20.
(A-C) W. Dieterich, University Erlangen-Nürnberg