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IBT-Immunological and Biochemical Testsystems GmbH

Wiesenstr. 17
D-88521 Binzwangen, Germany

Phone: +49 7371 9522000
Fax: +49 7371 9522007



ibt develops, manufactures and distributes immunological reagents: recombinant proteins and antibodies (e.g.for research in infectious diseases, transcription, growth factors, chemokines and cytokines). A new focus is on development, manufacturing and distribution of immunoassay kits for Insulin-like Growth Factors (IGF's) and Insulin-like Growth Factor Binding Proteins (IGFBP's) and related molecules. Our new biotinylation technology ensures full biological activity of the molecules. Applications of biotinylated IGF´s and other peptides and proteins are in western-ligand blotting, ELISA, protease assays, IHC, immunoprecipitation, cross-linking, cell sorting, immunohistochemistry, receptor binding and internalization studies, experimental cell therapy and tissue regeneration.


For more information please take a look on our website at www.ibtsystems.de.

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Last update of this entry: August 09, 2016

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