Free beta Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) Monoclonal Antibody

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone produced by the embryo after implantation and is used as a biomarker to determine if the female is pregnant. HCG is comprised of two subunits; the alpha subunit, which is in common with a number of other hormones and the beta subunit, which is specific to HCG. HCG can also be used as a tumour marker. Free beta HCG can be used in screening for Down's Syndrome and other trisomies during pregnancy.
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Amount 1mg
Applications ELISA, Life Science
Disease Area Pregnancy Markers
Function in Disease Pregnancy Markers
Host mouse
Immunogen Human recombinant Beta-HCG
Isotype 1gG1 k
Presentation Matrix BBS or PBS
Product Category Monoclonal Antibodies
Purity/Grade Protein A
Recommended Use

Antibody specifically detects Human Beta-HCG (native and recombinant). Recommended as the detection antibody in ELISA assays. Pairs with the capture antibody BM317-T7H6. May be used in conjunction with the detection antibody BM317-N2B7. Considered appropriate for use in sandwich ELISA assays.

Reconstitution Advice n/a - Liquid
Storage 2-8 °C
Target Species human
Tested Applications ELISA Assay
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