ELISA reagent suppliers help needed!

Bryan Kiehl b3748 at cts.com
Sun Mar 3 15:59:02 EST 1996


I suspect there are no WHO standards. As far as supplies, there are
several. I suggest that you find a copy of the AACC convention
information. Most of the suppliers attend this meeting.

I think you will find most larger manufactures do make their own
material, but generally do not sell these. We have reagents that are
made for our products, but we would not be able to specify for your
product. You just take what we have, but it is reproducible.

Good Luck. If you had questions, give me a call. (619-592-9300, ext
309)

jchristn at umich.edu wrote:

>Our laboratory is developing ELISA assays for quatitating levels of human IgG 
>subclasses. However, we need to know the specificity of our reagents with 
>respect to IgG subclass allotype reactivity. Does anyone know of commercial 
>suppliers for these reagents or how to go about getting the standards from the 
>WHO?

>Also, we recently had trouble with KPL laboratories refusing to replace a 
>suspect batch of ELISA and western blot substrates that they sent us. Does 
>anyone know of suppliers of comparable reagents to their 2-component TMB 
>liguid substrate and their 1-component NBT/BCIP liquid substrate?

>Please E-mail me directly because I do not have regular access to Usenet.

>Thanks in advance,
>Rob Christner
>Igglab at opus.mco.edu
>rchristner at opus.mco.edu

Bryan Kiehl
b3748 at cts.com
San Diego, CA




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