The following video will explain each of our filters and show you how to apply them effectively to narrow down the results to the most relevant data.
Technique Used: Technique that was used in the experiment in the published literature. When there are no published figures, vendor recommended techniques will be detected.
Organism Tested: Organism in which the experiment was conducted.
Tissue Used: Tissue that was used in the experiment (ie: liver...).
Cell Type Used: Cell type that was used in the experiment (ie: neuron...).
Cell Line Used: Cell line that was used in the experiment (ie: HeLa...).
Disease: Disease context of the sample that was used in the experiment (ie: breast cancer...).
Company: The vendor that sells the antibody. You can include preferred vendors, or exclude vendors you'd prefer not to purchase from.
Host: The species that the antibody was raised in.
Reactivity: The specie(s) of the target protein that the antibody will bind to, determined by vendor recommendations.
Clonality: Clonality of the antibody (ie: monoclonal, polyclonal...).
Clone ID: The identification number (also called clone number) for the hybridoma cell line that produces a single type of antibody.
PTM: Post-translational modification (PTM) of the protein target (ie: phospho, methyl, acetyl...). Specific residues in this filter indicate the site of the modification (ie: Lysine 27).
Conjugation: Conjugation of the antibody to the indicated reporter or tag (ie: biotin).
Specificity: Vendor indicated specificity of the antibody for a region of the protein (ie: N-terminus....).
Kits: Kits that contain an antibody component (ie: ELISA kit...).