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anti-human IgE mAbs 107/182/101, purified

Monoclonal antibodies specific for IgE

These monoclonal antibodies are recommended for detection of antigen-specific IgE in e.g. indirect ELISA

More information about Mabtech's IgE antibodies: see Additional info.


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Upon request, Mabtech's antibodies are available in unconjugated format and may be purchased in bulk. Please contact Mabtech directly for further details.

  • ELISpot
  • Human
Format: Purified
Specificity: Native human IgE
Isotype: Mouse IgG1/IgG2b/IgG2a
Documentation: Product datasheet

Product SDS
  • 107/182/101, purified, supplied at 1 mg/ml in PBS with 0.02% sodium azide
Size: 1 mg
Other formats: Click to view all Human IgE products
  • Human IgE mAb Guide

    Mabtech supplies monoclonal antibodies specific for human IgE. We have optimized combinations of monoclonal antibodies for use in immunoassays such as ELISA and ELISpot.

    Application guide ELISA: mAbs to human IgE


    Antigen-specific IgE

    Coat with: antigen
    Detect with: 107/182/101-biotin

    Total IgE

    Coat with: 107, purified
    Detect with: 182-biotin

    Application guide ELISpot: mAbs to human IgE


    Total IgE

    Coat with: 107, purified
    Detect with: 107/182/101-biotin

    Application Guide - Monoclonal Antibodies to Human IgE
  • Analyte information

    • IgE
      The main normal function of IgE (Immunoglobulin E) is believed to be in the protection against parasitic infestation. However, IgE is also associated with allergy and allergen-specific IgE antibodies may trigger allergic reactions in the presence of the proper allergen. IgE is normally found in low amounts in serum/plasma but is significantly increased in allergic individuals and the detection of allergen-specific IgE serves as the basis for many in vitro assays for specific diagnosis of allergy.
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