Latest Antibody Reviews

Review date: 2017-12-29 22:25

CD19, mouse mAb, clone SJ25C1, APC conjugated, BD Bioscience, 345791

Flow cytometry

Anti-CD19 APC conjugated antibody, clone SJ25C1, BD Bioscience #345791 Anti-cd19 used to detect expression of CD19 on the surface of K562,...

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Review date: 2017-12-29 22:24

CD271 (human), mouse mAb, clone C40-1457, PE conjugated, BD Bioscience, 557196

Flow cytometry

Tumor Infiltraing Lymphocytes electroporated with truncated Nerve Growth Factor Receptor (tNGFR) and detected with PE mouse anti-human NGFR (CD271) after...

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Review date: 2017-12-29 22:21

Fibroblast Activation Protein alpha, sheep pAb, biotinylated, R&D Systems, BAF3715

Flow cytometry

Human Fibroblast Activation Protein alpha (FAP) Biotinylated Antibody, BAF3715, R&D Systems. Officially this antibody is used to detect human Fibroblast Activation...

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Previous winners
July 6, 2016. Signe Petersen, Aarhus University. Click to watch the video.
February 29, 2016. Rachel L. Flynn, Boston University school of Medicine. Click to watch the video.
November 30, 2015. Kasper M. Jensen, Aarhus University. Watch the video of the process here
July 30, 2015. Piotr Siupka, Aarhus University
May 18, 2015. Julia Abele, University of Magdeburg
March 31, 2015. Noemie Tentillier, Aarhus University.
February 15, 2015. Canan Doganli, UCSF
December 24, 2014. Julie Torvund-Jensen, Aarhus University
May 31, 2014. Peter Lund Ovesen, Aarhus University
March 21, 2014. Stine Klinger, NIH, Washington
December 20, 2013. Mads Kjolby, Aarhus University

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