Anti-IgG, Polyclonal

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AR050-10R - (100 tests - i6000)Add to cart
AR050-5R - (6 mL (RTU))Add to cart
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FG-050P - (5 slides - Manual)Add to cart
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Tonsil tissue stained with Anti-IgG using AEC chromogen

The human B-lymphocyte is characterized by the presence of readily detectable surface immunoglobulins. Upto 10 percent of peripheral blood lymphocytes and 68-70 percent of the lymphocytes in lymph nodes are of the B-cell type. When stimulated by antigen and aided by T-helper lymphocytes, B-cells differentiate into plasma cells which are the primary antibody-producing cells. The molecular weight of IgG is 150,000 consisting of two gamma heavy chains and two kappa or lambda light chains. Immunohistochemical techniques to identify immunoglobulins have been used in the classification of leukemias, plasmacytomas and certain non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas. In addition, immunoglobulin immunohistochemistry has been widely used in nephropathology and dermatopathology for studying a variety of immune diseases. The patterns of reactivity to IgG, IgA, IgM, C3, kappa, and lambda light chains can be used for the characterization of certain kinds of kidney and skin diseases.
Intended Use: IVD