eBioscience Mouse IL-12/IL-23 total p40 ELISA Ready-SET-Go!™ Kit

Specifically engineered for accurate and precise measurement of mouse IL-12 / IL-23 (total p40) protein levels from samples including serum, and cell culture supernatants.

Overview
Brand: eBioscience

Manufacturer Part Number: 88-7120-86

X10 Mouse IL-12/IL-23 total p40 ELISA Ready-SET-Go! (supplied as 10 x 96 tests w/plates)

Code: NEW

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.47500kg



Alerts: Contains Azide
Disclaimers: For Research Use Only
Includes: Capture Antibody: Pre-titrated, purified antibody
Detection Antibody. Pre-titrated, biotin-conjugated antibody
Standard. Recombinant cytokine for generating standard curve and calibrating samples
ELISA/ELISPOT Coating Buffer Powder. This Ready-Set-Go! ELISA Set may contain ELISA/ELISPOT Coating Buffer Powder (Reconstitute to 1L with dH20 and filter (0.22 uM)) or 10X PBS ELISA Coating Buffer (Dilute 1 part 10X Buffer into 9 parts dH20).
Assay Diluent. 5X concentrated
Detection enzyme. Pre-titrated Avidin-HRP
Substrate Solution. Tetramethylbenzidine (TMB) Substrate Solution

Product Code. 15531057

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Description and Specification

Specification

Includes 96-well plates
Sensitivity 2pg/mL
Target IL-12/IL-23
For Use With (Application) ELISA
Quantity 10 x 96 tests
Species Mouse
Storage Requirements 2° to 8°C except standard which should be stored at ≤−70°C
Synonym Interleukin-12, IL12, IL23

Mouse IL-12 / IL-23 (Total p40) ELISA Ready-SET-Go! reagent set (with or without high-affinity binding microwell plates) contains the necessary reagents, buffers and diluents for performing quantitative enzyme linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA)
  • This assay will detect p40 protein as a monomer, homodimer, or as a heterodimer of p35p40 (IL-12 p70) or p19p40 (IL-23)
  • This assay is not allele-specific; it recognizes IL-12 p40 from ALL mouse strains tested (Ymer, SI., et al., Genes and Immunity, 2002, 3: 151-157)