Introduction to Immunomagnetic Globin A/G Magnetic Beads
Immunoprecipitation analysis is a basic analysis method for studying complex protein interactions, regulating cell physiology, and gene expression. Protein AG agarose has been a popular general medium for immunoprecipitation research for a long time. Many laboratories have recently switched to magnetic beads and have obtained better experimental results. Similar to the principle of agarose, the Fc region of IgG antibody bound by magnetic beads is used as a means to separate specific proteins in cell lysates.
But the advantage of immunomagnetic globin A/G magnetic beads is that they can be aggregated together without centrifugation, which significantly improves the purification effect of trace protein complexes. In addition, the magnetic beads are easy to separate the supernatant, just use a magnetic source close to the centrifuge tube. Immunomagnetic globin A/G magnetic beads are also smaller. Compared with agarose, it can reduce non-specific binding and background signal.
The immunomagnetic globin A/G magnetic bead protein separation complex uses fewer steps than agarose, and it is easy to separate the protein from the supernatant, but it has the same binding capacity, which means less non-specific binding. And very high consistency data. Aisen Biologics immunomagnetic globin A/G magnetic beads are specially designed products for rabbit disease precipitation experiments and small-scale purified proteins. We provide protein G, protein A/G, and labeled magnetic beads for your choice, to provide you with better experimental results.