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Goat Serum Non-Sterile

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D204-00-0050 D204-00-0100 D204-00-0500 D204-00-1000
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100 mL $295.00
500 mL $429.00
1 L $525.00
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Normal Goat Serum can be used as a blocking agent to treat plastic surfaces, membrane or tissue after they have been sensitized with primary antibody or antigen. It provides an alternative to bovine serum albumin (BSA) and non-fat dry milk. It is effective in reducing nonspecific binding of proteins to reaction surfaces, thereby maximizing signal-to-noise ratio. This blocking agent is recommended for use in immunoassays where the primary antibody was produced in goat, as a source of non-specific serum protein or on tissue for immunohistochemical applications. Normal Goat Serum is used as a component of bioassays, immunoassays or enzyme assays. Normal Goat Serum provides a broad spectrum of macromolecules, carrier proteins for lipoid substances and trace elements, attachment and spreading factors, low molecular weight nutrients, and hormones and growth factors that promote cell growth and health. Normal Goat Serum is also available as a sterile preparation for use as a cell culture supplement. Normal Goat Serum is ideal for investigators in Cancer, Immunology and Cell Biology research.

Product Details

Goat Serum (Non-Sterile) - D204-00-0050
normal goat serum, NGS, blocking serum, goat serum for bioassay, control goat serum, non-sterile serum from goat, non-sterile goat serum

Target Details

Goat serum was obtained from healthy non-immunized goats.

Application Details

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pH: normal Immunoelectrophoresis: normal Hemoglobin: normal IgG Concentration: normal

Tissue Data

Goat - Mixed


85 mg/mL by Refractometry

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