Browse our comprehensive portfolio of validated, conjugated and unconjugated secondary antibodies for fluorescent—including Alexa Fluor antibodies—colorimetric, and chemiluminescent detection of primary antibodies in a wide range of applications, such as cell imaging, flow cytometry and western blotting. We offer 18 different individual Invitrogen Alexa Fluor dyes and 4 Alexa Fluor tandem dyes conjugated to secondary antibodies.

At Thermo Fisher Scientific we are proud to receive this award for our Invitrogen secondary antibodies. CiteAb, in awarding this distinction, looked for the company with the most secondary antibody citations from 2016 data. 


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