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imusyn was founded in the year 2001 as a spin-off of the Hannover Medical School and is still located in Hannover, germany. Under the direction of biologist Marta Albis Camps the company is specialzing in development and production of tools for molecular diagnostics. A focus is on the field of transplant medicine and transfusion medicine. In this regard, intensive in-house research is essential for imusyn. The effort pays off because the company developed a patented technology for the production of soluble MHC proteins. Quality comes first during all steps of development and production, hence imusyn established a certified quality management system in early years. On antibodies-online you can purchase a top-quality primary antibody against beta-2-microglobulin. This soluble protein is a component of MHC class I protein complexes, which can aggregate into amyloid fibres, which in turn can be harmful for affected organs. Elevated plasma concentrations of beta-2-microglobulin were observed in several cancers, autoimmune diseases, hepatitis and AIDS. The monoclonal antibody from imusyn is suitable for detection in human tissue, you could also expect cross reactivities with beta-2-microglobulin from other primate species. The antibody is conjugated to HRP (horseradish peroxidase) and is recommended for ELISA and Western blot by the manufacturer. The pruified antibody is delivered in a solution, which contains 50% ethylene glycol, therefore, it can be stored without further treatment at -20°C for short periods or at -80°C for long term storage. In the detailed product description you will find figures of an ELISA standard curve and a Western blot produced with the help of this antibody made by imusyn. Compare this high-quality product with antibodies from our other suppliers and find the right tool for your research in no time at all.
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