Streptavidin Based Tools
7-Channel Filter Sets
StreptaClick® is a patented molecule that is based on monovalent streptavidin and has an affinity equivalent to that of tetravalent streptavidin. StreptaClick® can be firmly attached to any biotinylated antibody through a simple pre-mixing step prior to usage in experiments. Currently, StreptaClick® is available with fluorochromes and enzymes. Additionally, it can be used ‘off-the-shelf’ for custom features. With StreptaClick®, you have the capability to accurately conjugate a specific quantity—ranging from one to five—of distinct molecules using azide-alkyne chemistry.
Transforming Your Multiplex IHC Experience
StreptaClick® – Incorporate Any Antibody Into Your Assay
Experience true versatile multiplex immunohistochemistry where any protein can be effortlessly incorporated into the the immunopanel using StreptaClick® antibody labeling. From the planning stage to execution, StreptaClick® streamlines the multiplex IHC process. You can easily attach fluorochromes and HRP enzyme to any biotinylated antibody, with fast, reliable, and clean results.
SpectraSplit® 7 – Precision-Engineered Seven Channel Filter Sets For Any Fluorescence Microscope
Using more colors per single scanning cycle enhances data collection. With SpectraSplit® 7 optical filter sets, visualizing up to 7 colors has never been easier. Simply select among the most popular fluorochromes for each color channel and image without bleed-through. SpectraSplit® 7 generates clean, sharp images without the need for spectral unmixing, making it suitable for any downstream application.
Multiplex TSA IHC Method for Frozen Tissue
Experience the novel HRP Block Buffer and the StreptaClick®-HRP Labeling Reagent included in StreptaClick® HRP multiplex IHC kit – the ultimate solution for multiplex TSA on frozen sections. No heat treatment between cycles preserves the morphology of frozen tissue sections and results in a faster TSA protocol for manual staining of both FFPE and frozen sections
Perfectly Suited for Mouse Tissue Analyses