Jacalin Coated Plates

Jacalin Coated Plates offered in different formats are used for their specific affinity to molecules containing non reducing α-D-galactosyl groups.

The surface of Jacalin Coated Plates is used in assay for binding carbohydrate-binding proteins and glycoproteins, mostly molecules containing non reducing α-D-galactosyl groups, usually present in the biochemical structure of IgA1 and cell membranes.

Jacalin is a lectin isolated from the seeds of jackfruit Artocarpus integrifolia agglutinin and, as for the other lectins, it is well known that it is used extensively for the isolation of glyco-conjugates and glycoproteins with specific carbohydrate structures.

Jacalin Coated 96 Well Plates are suitable for:

  • Human IgA1 specific binding, sterically oriented
  • Purification of human immunoglobulins (especially IgA1)
  • Separation of immunocomplexes antigen-antibody
  • Separation of IgA1 from contaminants
  • Stimulation of T-cells

Biomat Jacalin Coated 96 Well Plates are made in Transparent, White and Black Polystyrene and can be used for quantitative and qualitative immunoassays like ELISA, Chemiluminescent (CLIA) , Luminescence (LIA) and Fluorescence (FIA) assays.

Jacalin Coated Microplates are pre-blocked in order to minimize any non-specific binding and to ensure long-term stability.