Since 1972, Bethyl provides top-quality antibody products and services for both clinical and research applications.
To guarantee the quality of the antibodies, all antibodies are produced and affinity purified by antigen specific affinity chromatography at Bethyl's sole facility in Montgomery, TX.
With more than 8000 polyclonals, the list of Bethyl's antibody portfolio is already quite impressive. Biomols sophisticated Antibody-Search makes it easy to find the antibody of your choice by selecting relevant criteria.
The Bethyl team validates antibodies in a wide range of applications including ELISA, western blot, immunoprecipitation, ChIP, immunohistochemistry and immunocytochemistry. Find the right ones for you by application:
AbVantage Packs contain several antibodies to one target. They are offered at a lower price in order to allow researchers to sample several antibodies without incurring the cost of buying multiple antibodies.
Bethyl's ELISA Kits include a pre-coated 96-well strip plate, standard, detection antibody, sample dilution buffer, HRP solution, TMB substrate, stop solution, 20X wash buffer, sealing tape and detailed instructions.
The following antibodies and ELISA Kits can be used for the detection of cytokines in veterinary research:
Epitope tag fusion proteins can be identified and purified using the following tag specific antibodies:
Choose from a wide range of conjugated and unconjugated secondary antibodies against antibodies from:
For certain applications the use of the following secondary antibody products is advantageous:
Loading controls are essential for proper interpretation of western blots. Bethyl provides the following antibodies for this purpose:
The following accessory kits and buffers make your life easier by providing you with ready-to-use components for your experiments.
Purified immunoglobulins are prepared by a combination of salt precipitation, ion exchange and affinity chromatography. Immunoglobulins may be used as reference material or control in various assays.
Bethyl's cell lysates can be used as positive controls in western blot analysis.
Reference sera can be used to calibrate immunoassays (e.g., ELISA) specific for certain antigens.