(Chicken) Antibodies 101 RSS

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IgY fraction refers to the total complement of antibodies circulating in the hen’s serum when an egg is produced. Affinity-purified antibody fraction refers to only...

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The concentration of antibody in the egg yolk is somewhat higher than that found in serum. Whereas human serum typically contains IgG at 10-12 mg/ml,...

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Chicken antibodies are functionally equivalent to rabbit and other mammalian antibodies in most biochemical and cellular applications, including Western Blot (using both alkaline phosphatase- and...

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Chicken IgY is the major circulating antibody found in chickens and is the avian counterpart to mammalian IgG. IgY is equivalent to IgG in most experimental...

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Although IgY is the major circulating antibody in chickens, Aves Labs chooses to use eggs exclusively because it is animal-friendly. We never bleed our hens,...

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The maximal-titre antibody production process takes about twelve (12) weeks -- the same in chickens as in rabbits. (This is because the cell biology of...

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Needless to say, we are in the business of providing high-quality chicken IgY because we think it is well worth your consideration. Here's our list of...

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Polyclonal IgY is the major circulating antibody type found in serum and egg yolks of chickens. In the serum, IgY is mixed with other antibody isotypes,...

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An antibody is an extremely useful molecular tool for use in a wide range of biomedical research applications, due to its ability to bind tightly...

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