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Interactive Tool

Interactive tool

Human and mouse immune cell marker databases. All the facts at your fingertips from cell lineage to marker proteins, discover for yourself.


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Biomarker Expression Patterns Posters

Biomarker expression patterns in Bovine, Canine, Porcine and Avian.

Recombinant antibody webinars

Watch our educational webinars to discover how recombinant antibodies can be generated with high specificity and high affinity to address challenges in antibody assay development and improve your bioanalytical and anti-drug antibody assays.

How to overcome assay challenges using custom recombinant antibodies

The suitability of HuCAL® recombinant custom monoclonal antibodies for pharmacokinetic (PK) assays and immune response (IR) assays.

Effective tools for drug monitoring assays

How to improve your antibody drug development assays with anti-idiotypic antibodies.

Human recombinant antibodies as positive controls and calibrators

Human Recombinant Antibodies as Positive Controls and Calibrators.

Generation of high-affinity recombinant antibodies for Immuno-MRM

Using HuCAL technology to select antibodies against proteotypic peptides.

Optimize your assays using recombinant antibodies selected for desired affinity

Learn how off-rate measurement can be introduced as part of the high-throughput recombinant antibody generation process.

The making of recombinant anti-idiotypic antibodies for high performance in bioanalytical assays

Learn how Bio-Rad develops highly specific, high affinity recombinant monoclonal anti-idiotypic antibodies, ideal for use in PK and ADA assays.

Veterinary webinars

Watch our webinars focusing on veterinary immunology. Listen to leading scientists present their work on their cutting edge research in the areas of vaccine development, animal health, and on new discoveries in veterinary immunology.

Measuring adaptive and innate immune responses in ruminants

Measuring adaptive and innate immune responses in ruminants.

Porcine CD4+ T lymphocytes and their antigen-specific immune response

Find out how researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna are elucidating the intricacies of the porcine CD4+ T cell immune response.

CSF1, CSF1R and control of macrophage differentiation

Focus on the function of macrophages and their role in infection, inflammatory disease and cancer.

Cancer webinar

"A question of Life or Death” - differentiating between healthy and apoptotic cells

Learn about the different modes and stages of apoptosis and find out about the different antibody applications/assays to use in order to differentiate between healthy and apoptotic cells.

Mastering Immunohistochemistry staining experiments

For a basic overview of the different IHC protocol steps, the most common pitfalls and hands-on tips on how to troubleshoot this technique.

Optimize your flow cytometry

Best practice for sample preparation, staining and analysis.

Immunoprecipitation (IP) application

"Complex or not?" - learn how to use immunoprecipitation to analyze protein-protein interactions and protein complexes.

Take control of your flow cytometry

We will take you through the essential controls you should be performing to obtain reproducible results you can trust.

Fluorescence and compensation in flow cytometry

Why fluorophores need compensating and how to avoid unnecessary compensation

Multicolor panel building in flow cytometry

Multicolor flow cytometry is the analysis of multiple fluorescent parameters in one sample.

Dead or alive on the ZE5™ - using flow cytometry to measure apoptosis

Focus on how and when flow cytometry is the most appropriate method to detect apoptosis.

To boldly flow

Gain confidence to start flow cytometry.
In this webinar, participants will learn the important steps to obtaining better flow cytometry data and get advice on how to apply this knowledge to improve your experiments.

Illuminating the pathway to confident western blot detection of phosphorylated proteins

In this webinar, you will learn the important steps to obtain clean western blots of phospho-proteins.

Spin Break: Podcasts

Keep your mind active during lab breaks, or warm-up for the day ahead on your commute, with short podcasts from Bio-Rad.

The importance of cell frequency

Do you know the frequency of your population of interest? Learn about the impact of cell frequency on flow cytometry experiments and how you can optimize your conditions to improve detection of rare populations in this podcast.

Challenges for the bioanalysis of CAR-T cells

Bio-Rad antibody expert, Michael Schwenkert, talks about the challenges for bioanalysis of CAR-T cells and how they can be addressed by the design and generation of customized anti-idiotypic antibodies.

Sample preparation: Tips for blood samples

In this podcast, learn how to prepare blood samples ready for flow cytometry experiments with Bio-Rad’s top three tips.

Viability dyes and how to exclude dead cells from your analysis

Careful sample preparation can minimize the number of dead cells in your sample, but how do you know that you are not sorting dead cells? In this podcast, you will learn how to use the different types of viability dyes and exclude dead cells from flow cytometry assays.

Studying cell proliferation

A number of different assay types exist for studying cell proliferation but which technique is best for you? In this podcast, Bio-Rad reviews three popular methods: using thymidine analogs, quantifying DNA content, and detecting cell proliferation markers.

BrdU in adult neurogenesis research

Check out the podcast version of our two blog articles. You will learn how BrdU was established as a popular tool for neurogenesis research as well as gain insight into the latest BrdU related findings. Finally, you will go away with 5 practical tips for controlling your BrdU labeling experiments.

Studying SUMOylation?

Check out our podcast on SUMOylation, including our tips to help you study this post translational modification. Spend your experimental break wisely and get some science on the go in less than 5 minutes.

Videos

This video demonstrates SDS-PAGE separation of proteins using the Bio-Rad Comparative Proteomics Kit II: Western Blot Module. Assembly of the blotting sandwich and electroblotting are shown along with the steps for protein detection using a colorimetric assay.

Watch this video to see how PrecisionAb Validated Western Blotting Antibodies are defining a new standard of quality that you can trust to deliver superior results and reproducibility in western blotting.

The video outlines the different steps in an IP procedure using SureBeads Magnetic Beads and highlights how you can use TidyBlot Western Blot Detection Reagent to mitigate masking from IgG heavy and light chains.

Overview of our antibody range and new resources for key applications including Flow Cytometry, Western Blotting, IF/ICC, and IHC to help you improve and optimize your experiments.

Finding the tools you need for your experiments shouldn’t be a hassle. Our smart search engine, A.I.den, is powered by cutting edge A.I. and machine learning technology. Meet A.I.den and learn about the benefits of our antibody search engine in our new video.

Watch our new video which demonstrates practically how using Bio-Rad’s mouse IgG isotype specific secondary antibodies can deliver results that you can trust, without the risk of false positives, and in only two steps.

In this interview at the 11th EBF Open Symposium, Michael Schwenkert describes the challenges for the development of CAR T cell therapies that can be addressed using anti-idiotypic antibodies. He discusses how Bio-Rad generates custom antibodies for this purpose and for bioanalytical pharmacokinetic and immunogenicity assays.

Michael Schwenkert talks about challenges associated with the development of CAR-T cell therapies that can be addressed using anti-idiotypic antibodies, and explains how Bio-Rad generates custom antibodies for this application (Barcelona, November 2018).

Michael Schwenkert describes how high sensitivity PK assays can be developed using specialized drug-target complex specific antibodies, avoiding the ELISA bridging format; recorded at the EBF 10th Open Meeting (Barcelona, November 2017).

Dr Christian Frisch explains how we generate anti-idiotypic antibodies for bioanalytical assay development using the HuCAL recombinant antibody technology; recorded at the EBF 8th Open Meeting.

Watch this interview with Dr Christian Frisch, R&D manager for custom antibodies, where he explains how we generate anti-idiotypic antibodies for bioanalytical assay development using the HuCAL® recombinant antibody technology; recorded at the EBF 8th Open Meeting.