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Advanced, characterised polyclonal antibodies - Triple A Polyclonals™

Advanced, characterised polyclonal antibodies - Triple A Polyclonals™

Developed within the Human Protein Atlas project and manufactured by Atlas Antibodies, this advanced class of antibodies comes with the highest levels of specificity, reproducibility and versatility. Designed using a proprietary software to select the most suitable antigen for a given target protein and a unique antibody purification process using the recombinant antigen as the affinity ligand, this collection of over 18,000 Triple A Polyclonals provides unprecedented antibody performance.

Benefits of using Triple A Polyclonals
• High specificity
• Amino acids selected with lowest possible sequence identity to other human proteins
• Guaranteed functionality
• Exceptional assay reproducibility
• High versatility
• Minimal off-target binding
• Superior epitope recognition across applications, states and species
• Excellent characterisation
• Annotated images available for each antibody in IHC, ICC-IF and WB

Triple A Polyclonals IHC staining examples
Anti-ILF2 (HPA007484) IHC staining of human colon shows strong nuclear positivity in glandular cells. 
Anti-ILF2 (HPA007484) IF staining of human cell line U-2 OS shows positivity in nucleus but not nucleoli.
Anti-ILF2 (HPA007484) Western blot. Lane 1: NIH-3T3 cell lysate. Lane 2: NBT-II cell lysate. 

A small selection of the Triple A Polyclonals available are shown below. Please search our website for a full listing.


Note: availability depends on country - see product detail page.

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Applications: ICC-IF, IHC, WB
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Applications: IHC, WB
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