Jackson Immuno Research Inc.
specializing in secondary antibodies and conjugates

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Fluorescent Dyes

Brilliant Violet™
421 & 480

  • Combine with AF488, RR-X, & AF647 for 5-color imaging
  • Compatible with commonly used filter sets
  • Switch nuclear stain from DAPI to DRAQ5™ for additional labeling options

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Exhibit Schedule

14th Feb - Life Science Exhibits, Tufts University School of Medicine - Medford, MA

16th Feb - Life Science Exhibits, Harvard University Medical School - Boston, MA

23rd-25th Feb - ASCO-SITC Clinical Immuno-Oncology Symposium - Orlando, FL

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There are three ways in which you can share how you use our products with us.

1. We know how important citations are for antibody users, which is why we partner with CiteAb. Read their instructions on how to cite the antibodies you use www.citeab.com/citing‑an‑antibody. Then send your PubMed ID and details to cuserv@jireurope and we’ll enter you into the draw.
2. Do you have some amazing data you’d like to share with us? An IP that’s worked particularly well? Complex IF images? Multi-color flow? Hash tag #jacksonimmuno on either Instagram or Twitter with your image and details of the antibodies you used and we’ll enter you into the draw.
3. Are your particularly impressed with how our secondary antibodies worked in your experiment? Write review at www.selectscience.net/review-antibody/ on how you use our Secondary antibodies, drop us an email and we’ll enter you into a draw to win an iPad.

Or just email marketing@jacksonimmuno.com with your details and we’ll enter you into a draw to win an iPad mini.

It couldn’t be simpler.

Some examples of how our customers have used our products:

Figure 1: Jackson’s Cyanine dyes were used to generate this glorious image of a Rat stomach. The merge of 9 x 7 image stacks shows rat stomach sections stained for collagen (Cy2, false color red), PFP 9.5 Pan-neuronal marker (Cy3, false colur green/aqua), and Ulexeuropaeus agglutinin type 1 (Cy5, false colored blue). Images were taken with a confocal microscope from think tissue sections stained with Cy2, Cy3, and Cy5 conjugated secondary antibodies from Jackson ImmunoResearch.

Image contributed by Dr. William R. Kennedy and Dr. Gwen Wendleschafer-Crabb. Department of Neurology, University of Minnesota.

Figure 2: Nerve cell bodies and fibers labeled with rabbit anti-PGP + donkey anti-rabbit-Cy3 (711-225-152 green), vascular basement membranes labeled with collagen IV + donkey anti-mouse-Cy2 (715-225-150 red) and DAPI-labeled DNA (blue) in jejunum submucosal ganglion. 

Images by Brian McAdams and William Kennedy, University of Minnesota.

Terms and conditions:

  1. Only one entry per person is allowed. No purchase is necessary to enter.
  2. Entrants must be engaged in scientific research. Private addresses will be invalid; Company or institute name must be provided.
  3. You must be aged 18 or over to enter.
  4. Employees of Jackson ImmunoResearch, or any associated business or organisation or their close relatives are not eligible to enter.
  5. Only one winner will be drawn at random before the 20th of January 2017 and notified via a details provided. If no response is made within a reasonable time, the prize may be withdrawn and a new winner selected.
  6. The winner will receive an iPad. No cash alternative will be offered.
  7. By entering the competition you agree that Jackson ImmunoResearch can store and use the contact details provided. This information will not be shared with any third parties.
  8. Jackson ImmunoResearch reserves the right to cancel this promotion at any time.