Order Stellar KLH™ ELISA Kits
|ELI-01M||Stellar KLH™ Mouse Anti-KLH IgM ELISA Kit||1 Kit||Specifications|
|ELI-01G||Stellar KLH™ Mouse Anti-KLH IgG ELISA Kit||1 Kit||Specifications|
|ELI-02M||Stellar KLH™ Rat Anti-KLH IgM ELISA Kit||1 Kit||Specifications|
|ELI-02G||Stellar KLH™ Rat Anti-KLH IgG ELISA Kit||1 Kit||Specifications|
|ELI-03M||Stellar KLH™ NHP Monkey Anti-KLH IgM ELISA Kit||1 Kit||Specifications|
|ELI-03G||Stellar KLH™ NHP Monkey Anti-KLH IgG ELISA Kit||1 Kit||Specifications|
For the highest level of control and consistency in your TDAR applications, use Stellar KLH Protein™ as the immune stimulant together with Stellar KLH ELISA™ Test Kits.
Advantages of Stellar KLH™ ELISA Test Kits
The quality of KLH used for solid phase (microtiter well) immobilization can affect ELISA test results. Only Stellar brand assay plates are pre-coated with proprietary Stellar KLH™ formulation which provides wide dynamic range, low assay background noise and quantitative measurement.
- Quantitative ELISA
- Wide Dynamic Range
- Low Assay Background
- Reproducible Linearity
- Validated with Controls
- Consistent Results
Principle of The Anti-KLH ELISA Test
In drug screening applications, determination of a drug candidate's immunosuppressive effects on anti-KLH antibody levels allows easy assessment of immune system regulation. Animals are immunized with KLH while undergoing drug treatment and serum is collected at appropriate times post-immunization. Typically, serum collected 5-7 days after immunization is used for measurement of anti-KLH IgM levels, and serum collected 14+ days post immunization is used to measure anti-KLH IgG levels. Comparison of anti-KLH IgM or IgG levels in drug-treated vs. control groups reveals the effects of drug candidates on immune response.
Only Stellar KLH™ ELISA Test Kits are made using Stellar KLH™ protein and are designed for rapid and quantitative measurement of anti-KLH IgG and IgM levels in serum or plasma.
Stellar Biotechnologies offers a broad suite of Anti-KLH ELISA Test Kits, available to measure either IgG or IgM, in non-human primate (NHP), mouse and rat models.