Invitrogen primary and secondary antibodies represent a large and ever-improving portfolio of products designed to help researchers identify, locate, measure, and purify proteins and other biomolecules. Selecting individual antibody products from among hundreds of options can be a challenge. The Antibodies Learning Center contains educational material designed to empower researchers and technicians with the background knowledge about antibody technologies necessary to develop, select, and/or use antibodies to advance their research.
Learn about methods and technologies for studying epigenetics including chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) and western blot. Find protocols, videos, and articles to further enhance the understanding of this area of study.
Learn how to best use epitope tags in antibody applications. Find protocols and articles to further enhance the understanding of using epitope tags as a tool.
Learn about neurobiology and the antibodies specific to this research area. Find protocols and articles to further enhance the understanding of neurobiology.
View our collection of antibody videos. Learn more about various types of research using Invitrogen antibodies from Thermo Fisher Scientific experts.
View our collection of antibody protocols. Learn about various antibody applications and techniques to achieve successful protein detection.
Invitrogen antibodies are rigorously tested to validate their performance within a given application. Learn more about the protocols typically performed when validating Invitrogen antibody performance for a particular application.
Study visual maps that illustrate and summarize nearly 50 cell signaling pathways. Select from a list of all pathways or browse for pathways by area of biology. Each pathway includes links to find antibodies to the specific protein targets featured there.
Learn about immunoglobulins and about the methods and technologies for their production as detection probes for immunoassays and cell analysis.
Learn more about recent advances in antibody production, features of new types of Invitrogen antibody products, and proof-of-concept experiments involving antibodies.
*The use or any variation of the word “validation” refers only to research use antibodies that were subject to functional testing to confirm that the antibody can be used with the research techniques indicated. It does not ensure that the product, or products were validated for clinical or diagnostic use.