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Antibody Array Assay Kit

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The Antibody Array Assay Kit is designed for easy and reliable processing of antibody arrays.  Each kit comes with sufficient material and reagents to perform protein extract, labeling, conjugation and detection for two arrays or twenty arrays.  The buffers and reagents have been optimized to maximize protein extraction yield, labeling efficiency, and to produce high signal-to-noise ratio.

Key Features
•    Convenient, optimized to work with all Full Moon BioSystems' antibody microarrays
•    Provides major reagents required for protein extraction, labeling, coupling and detection
•    Efficient, reliable and easy to use


Protein extraction, labeling, coupling and detection
Kit Components
Biotin Reagent
Blocking Reagent
Coupling Chamber
Coupling Reagent
Detection Buffer
Extraction Buffer
Dry Milk Powder
Labeling Buffer
Spin Columns
Stop Reagent
10X Wash Buffer

Product Antibody Array Assay Kit
Company Full Moon Biosystems
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Full Moon Biosystems
754 North Pastoria Avenue Sunnyvale, CA 94085 United States

Tel: 408.737.1702
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