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Controls are a vital part of the scientific procedure; without them it is difficult to isolate the specific effects from the non-specific or artifactual. These control conjugates are the same molecular weight, consist of similar, comparable materials and are synthesized with the same protocols as the targeted conjugates. The difference is the cell-specific targeting agents are replaced with “blanks,” antibodies or peptides that have no specificity, and no ability to target cells.
|Control for Targeted Toxins||Control for Targeted Toxins using biotin-streptavidin technology|
|Goat||Goat IgG-SAP (IT-19): preimmune goat IgG and saporin|
Fab IgG-SAP (IT-67): preimmune goat Fab IgG and saporin
|BIgG-SAP Goat (IT-81): biotinylated goat IgG and streptavidin-ZAP|
|Human||Human IgG-SAP (IT-49): preimmune human IgG and saporin||BIgG-SAP Human (IT-77): biotinylated human IgG and streptavidin-ZAP|
|Mouse||Mouse IgG-SAP (IT-18): preimmune mouse IgG and saporin|
Mouse IgM-SAP (IT-41): preimmune mouse IgM and saporin
|BIgG-SAP Mouse (IT-74): biotinylated mouse IgG and streptavidin-ZAP|
|Rabbit||Rabbit IgG-SAP (IT-35): preimmune rabbit IgG and saporin||BIgG-SAP Rabbit (IT-75): biotinylated rabbit IgG and streptavidin-ZAP|
|Rat||Rat IgG-SAP (IT-17): preimmune rat IgG and saporin||BIgG-SAP Rat (IT-73): biotinylated rat IgG and streptavidin-ZAP|
|Peptide||Blank-SAP (IT-21): non-targeted peptide and saporin||Blank-Streptavidin-SAP (IT-27B): non-targeted peptide and streptavidin-ZAP|