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Rockland designs, develops, and manufactures high-quality antibodies and assays that impact science and advance discovery. The diverse team at Rockland draws on experience and expertise to innovate and to deliver top products and custom solutions for today’s research and tomorrow’s diagnostic and therapeutic breakthroughs. Additionally, Rockland partners with outstanding scientists and leading institutions around the globe to collaborate on techniques, resources, and know-how that together accelerate progress on the most complex and promising targets. For 50 years, Rockland has served the world of science from its manufacturing and R&D facilities in Pennsylvania, USA. We guarantee that our products will work as specified on the data sheet.
Our antibodies are designed for individuals performing Western Blotting, Immunohistochemistry (IHC), Immunofluorescence Microscopy, ELISA, FLOW Cytometry, ChIP experiments, as well as other immunodetection or immunofluorescent techniques. Monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies are directed against key cellular components relevant to cell signaling, cancer and tumor suppressors, stem cells, infectious diseases, glucose metabolism, kinases and phosphatases, ubiquitin and UBLs, cell death and apoptosis, cyclins and cdks (cell cycle), proteases, deaminases, neurobiology and molecular biology. Secondary antibodies are conjugated to Biotin, DyLight™, FITC, IRDye®, Peroxidase, Alkaline Phosphatase, Phycoerythrin and other labels. Antibody Based Tools include assay development reagents, such as Streptavidin, Purified Immunoglobulin, Blocking Reagents, Loading Control Antibodies, Buffers, Substrates and Red Blood Cells.
Primary Product Categories
- Primary Antibodies
- Secondary Antibodies
- Blocking Buffers
- Blood Products
- Collagen Products
- GFP Antibodies
- Proteins and Peptides
- Signaling Antibodies
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