For critical research, you need reliable protein detection, and we provide a complete suite of labeling tools for any level of target abundance. Our fluorescent products portfolio is the most peer-referenced in life science research.
Check out this simple guide and see which tool is right for your protein.
e.g., golgi or mitochondria
e.g., receptors or cell junction
|Optimum signal for brightness/sensitivity||Signal too strong||Signal too weak|
|Going direct with your choice of label has never been easier.|
We offer a wide variety of primary antibodies against key signaling proteins, cellular markers, and organelles, as well as cell junctions and CD markers. Primary antibodies provide direct detection for high-abundance targets, and high target specificity when using amplified detection methods.
|Secondary antibodies with a choice of dyes provide that extra signal and assay flexibility.|
We offer access to some of the most cited secondary antibodies in life science research, including Alexa Fluor™ dye–labeled probes and Qdot® conjugates, as well as classic dyes in a wide range of colors.
|Streptavidin conjugates with a choice of labels boost your signal from low-abundance targets.|
For improved detection sensitivity, streptavidin-based amplification techniques are widely used in fluorescence imaging to detect primary and secondary antibodies, ligands, and toxins, or DNA probes for in situ hybridization.
|Simple amplification protocols with a choice of wavelengths for rare targets.|
With Invitrogen™ SuperBoost™ tyramide signal amplification technology, you can see and measure low-abundance targets that are not detectable by conventional means. Tyramide-based signal amplification provides superior sensitivity without compromising resolution.
|Molecular Probes™ Handbook ||BioProbes Journal article |