Enhance immune system and infectious disease research with Rockland’s extensive collection of primary antibodies that cover key areas of immunology, including cell surface markers, cytokine antibodies (including interferon gamma antibodies), T cell receptors, MHC molecules, and their protein partners.

We produce antibodies to specific diseases like Lyme disease, SARS, and influenza, including several monoclonal antibodies to H5N1 (also known as A (H5N1), a subtype of Influenza A. Our selection of antibodies also includes a diverse set of specific antibodies to modified proteins, such as phospho-specific and methylation-specific antibodies, Rockland also caters to the complement system, immunotherapy, autoimmune diseases, immuno-oncology.

If you're interested in the detection of cell surface proteins using flow cytometry, we offer a wide range of fluorescence-conjugated, biotin-conjugated, and unconjugated primary antibodies with fluorescent dyes including traditional fluorescein (FITC), phycoerythrin (PE) and allophycocyanin (APC).

The Role of Cytokines in Immune Response

Cytokines are small hormone-like proteins secreted by the immune system that mobilize white blood cells to attack invading microorganisms or protect damaged or infected areas of the body. Cytokines can be pro-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory, promoting or inhibiting the proliferation and functions of other immune cells. Cytokine antibodies can be used to study autoimmunity, including research around rheumatoid arthritis, leukemia, asthma, and certain forms of cancer.

Tumor necrosis factor (TNF or TNF-alpha) is a cytokine that plays a central role as regulator of pro-inflammatory responses and a key in the development of rheumatoid arthritis. Rockland offers TNF antibodies and TNF alpha ELISA kits that provide an efficient solution for determining critical targets involved in TNF signaling. Each TNF ELISA kit is optimized for accurate quantitation of targets in various sample types, including serum, plasma, saliva, cell lysates, and/or cell culture supernatants.

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