AACC 2017

We will be attending AACC
July 30 – August 3, 2017 / San Diego CA


Visit us at Booth #1905
ICT’s Autophagy Assay, Red enables researchers to detect and monitor the in vitro development of autophagy in living cells. The Autophagy Probe is cell-permeant and fluoresces red when inserted in the lipid membranes of autophagosomes and autolysosomes. Results can be read using a flow cytometer.
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BioConference Live Virtual Event
September 13 – 14
Topic:  Microbiology and Immunology

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BioConference Live Virtual Event
September 27 – 28
Topic:  Cell Biology

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Bright Minds, Bright Solutions

ImmunoChemistry Technologies is your partner in cell viability assays, ELISA reagents, and immunoassay services. With decades of immunoassay and protein chemistry expertise, ImmunoChemistry Technologies has a wide range of products to help you achieve real results. Whether you’re detecting apoptosis using fluorescent, whole-cell assay kits or optimizing a sensitive ELISA, we are here to support your goals.

Cell Viability Assays

Detect apoptosis, cytotoxicity, mitochondrial membrane permeability, oxidative stress, serine protease activity, and more with ICT’s easy, bright, and reliable fluorescent cell viability assays.

ELISA Solutions

Stock up on all the reagents needed to develop immunoassays with low background noise and high specific signal. Build a better assay with ICT’s buffers, diluents, conjugate stabilizers, and more.

Recombinant Proteins

Explore our line of purified and carrier-free recombinant cytokines, chemokines, growth factors, and other immunology-related proteins for use as ELISA standards, in Western Blot assays, and cell culture applications.

Immunoassay Services

ICT’s service laboratory utilizes years of experience in protein chemistry and ELISA optimization to assist you in assay development, conjugation, lyophilization, and more!

Want to learn more?

Explore ICT’s webinar library to watch presentations on topics ranging from apoptosis detection to ELISA optimization.