IF of IgA on a Frozen Kidney


IF of Fibrinogen on a Frozen Kidney


IF of IgG on a Frozen Kidney

Safety Data Sheet


Direct immunofluorescence uses a single, primary antibody, chemically linked to a fluorophore or fluorochrome. The primary antibody recognizes the target molecule (antigen) and binds to a specific region called the epitope. The attached fluorophore can be detected via fluorescent microscopy, which, depending on the fluorophore used, will emit a specific wavelength of light once excited. Direct immunofluorescence, although somewhat less common, has notable advantages over the indirect procedure. The direct detection of the antigen by a primary antibody directly labeled with a fluorochrome reduces the number of steps in the procedure, saving time and reducing non-specific background signal.

  • High Affinity Purified Antibodies Conjugated to FITC
  • Highly Sensitive and Specific
  • Low Background
  • Validated for Transplantation and Autoimmunity Studies
BSB 3000 Albumin / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3001 C1q / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3002 C3c / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3003 C4c / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3004 Fibrinogen / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3005 IgA / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3006 IgD / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3007 IgG / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3008 IgM / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3009 Kappa / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3010 Lambda / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]
BSB 3011 IgE / FITC 1.0 ml [CE/IVD]   [RUO]