Thermo Scientific™ Pierce™ Chicken IgY Purification Kits and Reagents

Purify chicken antibodies from hen egg yolks with a unique delipidation reagent and precipitation reagent to selectively isolate the IgY fraction.

Brand: Thermo Scientific™

Manufacturer Part Number: 44922


UNSPSC: 41116126

Code: PN

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.10000kg

Product Code. 10559673

Quantity Price
1 £704.00 / 1 set
Estimated Shipment date
from Supplier 04-11-2016
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Description and Specification


Description Pierce Chicken IgY Purification Kit
Formulation Multi-component kit
Quantity 5L kit
Sufficient For Purifying chicken IgY from 25 egg yolks
Kit Contents Delipidation Reagent, 5 x 500mL
Format Liquid
Target IgY

The IgY Purification Kit is simple and easy to use. After isolating a yolk using the supplied egg separator, lipids are effectively removed by incubation and centrifugation in Pierce Delipidation Reagent. This first reagent is also effective as a storage solution, enabling multiple yolks to be collected and stored for simultaneous extraction at a later date. Upon addition of the specialized Pierce IgY Precipitation Reagent and subsequent centrifugation, a nearly pure pellet of intact IgY results; it is easily dissolved in phosphate buffered saline (PBS) or other storage buffer. The purified IgY is ready for use in immunodetection methods or antigen-specific purification without interference from lipids.


  • Cost-effective – purifies twice as much IgY per egg than other popular kits, providing a lower cost-per-milligram of purified IgY

  • High purity – method yields chicken antibody that is 85 to 95% pure (based on SDS-PAGE analysis)

  • Easy to use – simple precipitation method purifies chicken IgY without affinity columns

  • Flexible protocol – eggs can be harvested and quickly stored in buffer for purification at a later date

  • Convenient – use eggs directly out of refrigerator; no need to equilibrate them to room temperature


Egg separator, delipidation reagent and IgY precipitation reagent