|Product||Anti-Bovine IgG monoclonal antibody|
|Tags||antibody, milk, Nutrient|
|Clone type||Mourse monoclonal|
|Storage||-20 degree celsius or below for long-term storage. Room temperature for shipment.|
|Format||Lyophilized powder or liquid|
|Shelf-life||At least 12 months when stored properly.|
|Application||For immunoassays such as ELISA and latera flow assay.|
|Application Notes||This product is only for research use. Dissolve the product with distilled water 1:100 as stock solution. The optimum dilution for assay application shall be determined by the end user.|
Bovine milk contains many components that have immunomodulatory and antimicrobial properties. Bovine immunoglobulins (bIg), in particular bovine IgG, have been studied since the 1970’s for their potential effects on immunity and infection in humans.
Bovine IgG can not only bind to a wide range of pathogenic bacteria and viruses, but also to many allergens. In addition, the specificity of the immunoglobulins in the milk or colostrum can be increased by vaccinating the cows before collecting their milk or colostrum. After vaccination hyperimmune colostrum is strongly enriched for IgG1 that recognizes the pathogen included in the vaccine. Indeed, the first studies on the use of oral bovine immunoglobulins to prevent and treat gastrointestinal infections have focused on the use of hyperimmune colostrum containing rotavirus-specific immunoglobulins. These were used for the treatment and prophylaxis of rotavirus infection in infants and children and showed good efficacy in several studies . Since these early studies, many studies have been performed utilizing different in vitro systems, animal models and human studies in order to determine mechanisms of action and their applicability for human health.
This Anti- Bovine IgG monoclonal antibody is a mouse monoclonal antibody produced by ascites and purified by affinity and ion-exchange, which can be used in ELISA and lateral flow assay for the detection of the target analyte.