What is Non-specific?

Isotype controls are often used as negative controls in flow cytometry, immunochemistry, or Western blot experiments. An isotype control is an antibody that doesn't bind the target analyte but otherwise matches the properties of the primary antibody. For example, an isotype control should be conjugated in the same way and match the isotype of the target-specific antibody used in the assay.

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