Immunoglobulin ELISA Kits

Immunoglobulin levels can vary with age, health status, and drug treatment. Measurement of immunoglobulin levels can therefore be an important tool in preclinical research. Life Diagnostics manufactures ELISA kits for measurement of immunoglobulin levels (IgG, IgM, and IgE) in species including mouse, rat, rabbit. cat, dog, pig, monkey, chicken, and turkey. All assays are in a 96-well format. The total assay time is approximately 2.5 hours.

Orders may be placed by phone, fax, email, or via our online shop
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All kits listed below are manufactured by Life Diagnostics, Inc.

Discounts: 2-3 kits, 10%; >3 kits, 15%

ELISA Kit  Kit Instructions  Catalog #  Price (1 x 96-well)
Cat IgG Insert 5010-8 $400
Cat IgM Insert 5015-8 $400
Chicken IgA Insert 5016-5 $375
Chicken IgG Insert 5010-5 $400
Chicken IgM Insert 5015-5 $400
Camel IgG Insert 5010-12 $400
Dog IgG Insert 5010-4 $375
Dog IgM Insert 5015-4 $375
Dog IgE Insert 5017-4 $400
Guinea Pig IgG Insert 5010-7 $375
Guinea Pig IgM Insert 5015-7 $375
Horse IgA Insert 5016-11 $375
Horse IgG(T) Insert 5010-11 $375
Horse IgM Insert 5015-11 $375
Monkey IgA Insert 5016-3 $375
Monkey IgG Insert 5010-3 $375
Monkey IgG
(For Export)*
Insert 5010-3-INT $450
Monkey IgG1 Insert  5010-3-1 $450
Monkey IgM Insert 5015-3 $375
Monkey IgM
(For Export)*
Insert 5015-3-INT $450
Monkey IgE Insert 5017-3 $400
Mouse IgA Insert 5016-1 $375
Mouse IgG Insert  5010-1 $325
Mouse IgG1 Insert 5010-1A $325
Mouse IgG2a Insert 5010-1B $325
Mouse IgG2b Insert 5010-1C $325
Mouse IgG3 Insert 5010-1D $325
Mouse IgE Insert 5017-1 $400
Mouse IgM Insert 5015-1 $325
Pig IgA Insert 5016-9 $375
Pig IgG Insert 5010-9 $375
Pig IgM Insert 5015-9 $375
Rabbit IgG Insert 5010-10 $375
Rabbit IgM Insert 5015-10 $375
Rat IgA Insert 5016-2 $375
Rat IgG Insert 5010-2 $325
Rat IgG1 Insert 5010-2A $400
Rat IgG2a Insert 5010-2B $400
Rat IgG2b Insert 5010-2C $400
Rat IgE Insert 5017-2 $400
Rat IgM Insert 5015-2 $325
Turkey IgG Insert 5010-6 $400
Turkey IgM Insert 5015-6 $400
*Kits 5010-3-INT and 5015-3-INT use IgG and IgM of non-monkey origin as
standards. This allows exportation without the need for CITES documentation.