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Bio-Rad offers a variety of antibodies for analyzing tumor suppressor proteins by ELISA, Flow Cytometry, Immunofluorescence, Immunohistochemistry, Immunoprecipitation and Western Blotting. Especially, for the analysis of p53 , “The Guardian of the genome” (Lane 1992), we offer a comprehensive range of antibodies that enable you to specifically detect the different domains.
For those of you wanting to study tumor suppressor expression levels by Western blot analysis we offer PrecisionAb™ Western blot validated antibodies. Each PrecisionAb product has been carefully selected after comprehensive performance testing in up to twelve different whole cell lysates. PrecisionAb products are characterized by their high specificity, high sensitivity and batch to batch consistency (every antibody lot has to meet the same strict quality control criteria). For more information, check our PrecisionAb range .
Interested in a conjugated antibody for the analysis of tumor suppressor proteins?
We offer a large selection of antibodies conjugated to fluorophores and enzymes in various formats and sizes.
Simply use our product finder to select the product that best matches your individual host species, conjugate and cross-reactivity needs.
Lane D P (1992). Cancer. p53, guardian of the genome. Nature Jul 2;358(6381):15-6.