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Mouse Anti-Human IgG₁, Fc Fragment Specific (HP6069) Biotin Conjugate

liquid, clone HP6069, Calbiochem®



Related Categories Antibodies, Biotin Antibodies, Human IgG Secondary Antibodies and Conjugates, Secondaries listed by Conjugate, Secondaries listed by Target Species,
Quality Level   100
biological source   mouse
antibody product type   secondary antibodies
clone   HP6069, monoclonal
form   liquid
does not contain   preservative
mfr. no.   Calbiochem®
storage condition   OK to freeze
  avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles
storage conditions   -20C
isotype   IgG
shipped in   ambient


General description

Purified mouse monoclonal antibody conjugated to biotin. Recognizes human IgG1 Fc fragment.

This Mouse Anti-Human IgG₁, Fc Fragment Specific (HP6069) Biotin Conjugate is validated for use in Enzyme Immunoassay for the detection of Human IgG₁, Fc Fragment Specific.


200 μg in Plastic ampoule


Enzyme Immunoassay (1:500-1:2000)


Please refer to vial label for lot-specific concentration.


Toxicity: Standard Handling (A)

Other Notes

Antibody should be titrated for optimal results in individual systems.

Cross-reactivity by ELISA against human myeloma proteins:

Human IgG1: 100%

Human IgG2: ≤0.1%

Human IgG3: ≤0.2%

Human IgG4: ≤0.1%

Human IgM: ≤0.1%

Human IgA: ≤0.1%

Human IgE: ≤0.1%

Cross-reactivity by ELISA against chimeric antibodies:

Human IgG1: 100%

Human IgG2: <0.02%

Human IgG3: <0.02%

Human IgG4: <0.02%

Human IgM: <0.02%

Human IgA: <0.01%

Human IgE: <0.001%

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

WGK Germany 
Flash Point(F) 
Not applicable
Flash Point(C) 
Not applicable
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