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Goat Anti-Rabbit IgG H&L (HRP polymer) Ready-to-Use Kit

Goat Anti-Rabbit IgG H&L (HRP polymer) Ready-to-Use Kit

Cat. No.: PV-1023
Immunohistochemical (IHC) Staining
6ml / 50ml
Storage and Stability:
Stable for 12 months at 2-8°C. Protect from light.

General Information

Component  Size
Goat anti-rabbit secondary antibody, HRP polymer conjugated  6ml / 50ml
Endogenous peroxidase blocking solution  6ml / 50ml
Normal goat serum  6ml / 50ml

The detection system facilitates the identification of rabbit IgG antibody bond to an antigen in tissue
sections. The specific antibody is pinpointed by a secondary antibody that is conjugated with a horseradish
peroxidase (HRP) polymer, designed to specifically recognize rabbit immunoglobulins. The polymer attached
complex is subsequently made visible under light microscope using HRP-compatible chromogens, such as
diaminobenzidine (DAB).
The provided HRP polymer conjugated secondary antibody significantly address the limitations commonly
experienced with traditional immunohistochemistry (IHC) methods, such as poor or inconsistent antigen staining
when identifying low-abundance antigens or in situations of suboptimal antibody-antigen binding. By utilizing an
HRP polymer conjugate, the sensitivity of detection is dramatically increased and the process is simplified.
Moreover, the HRP polymer-based amplification method reduces the amount of primary antibody needed and
shortens the secondary antibodies’ incubation period.


  1. Prepare your assay samples and complete antigen retrieval as per your IHC protocol.
  2.  Discard any residual liquid around the tissue section and add 50-100μl of endogenous peroxidase blocking
    solution, then incubate in a humidity chamber at room temperature (RT) for 15-20 minutes.
  3. Wash the slides three times with PBS (PH 7.4) for 3 minutes each.
  4. Add 50-100μl of normal goat serum to block non-specific binding sites by the incubation for 15-20 minutes in a humidity chamber at RT.
  5.  Discard normal goat serum (it’s not necessary to wash) and apply primary antibody for incubation according to
    manufacturer’s recommended protocol.
  6. Wash slides 3 times with PBS (PH 7.4) for 5 minutes each.
  7. Remove remaining liquid around the tissue section and add 50-100μl of Polymer-HRP goat anti-mouse
    secondary antibody, followed by a 15-20 minute incubation at RT in a humidity chamber.
  8.  Wash slides 3 times with PBS (PH 7.4) for 5 minutes each.
  9. Apply HRP-compatible chromogens to tissue according to manufacturer’s recommended instructions.
  10. Counterstain and coverslip with a mounting media for microscopy.


  1. Please thoroughly read this instruction manual before starting the experiment.
  2. Please note that any uncareful maneuvers within the IHC assay may impact the final results.
  3. Negative results from an IHC staining only indicate that the target antigen was not detected. It would be inappropriate to conclude that the antigen of interest is absent in the samples tested.
  4. Be vigilant to avoid skin and eyes contact with the reagent. Should any contact occur, immediately rinse the
    affected area with plenty of water.
  5. The HRP-polymer system can be used in IHC autostainers.

Important Note: This product as supplied is intended for research use only, not for use in human, therapeutic or diagnostic applications.