Could cross-adsorbed secondary antibodies reduce your background and improve your results? Learn about cross-adsorption and how it removes undesirable cross-reactivity in this podcast.
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Do you know where on the primary antibody your secondary antibody binds? Learn why it can impact your results and how to choose an appropriate secondary antibody.
This podcast from Bio-Rad highlights five important things to consider when you are selecting secondary antibodies for multiplexing experiments.
This podcast covers the main factors that impact which secondary antibodies you should use in your experiments for the best results.
Have you noticed that therapeutic antibodies have complex and often unpronounceable names? It probably won’t surprise you to hear that there is a logic behind these names which convey information about the type of drug and its mechanism of action. In this podcast, we explain what International Non-proprietary Names are, and the logic behind their use.
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 from Bio-Rad.
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.
In this podcast, learn how to prepare blood samples ready for flow cytometry experiments with Bio-Rad’s top three tips.
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.
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.