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The Agrisera website has a new look!

You may have noticed an update in the design of the Agrisera website. Besides a new, cleaner look, the update has resulted in better overall responsiveness and some new, useful features. You can read more about all the updates and improvements here.

Agrisera was founded in 1985, and began the production of catalog antibodies for research in 1999. A few years later, in 2003, the Agrisera website was created, to allow customers to browse our antibody collection, and place their orders directly online.

To commemorate the new wesbite design, we have put together a collection with images of how our website has looked throughout the years:






Read more 2023-09-27

Agrisera at the 11th conference of the Polish Society of Experimental Plant Biology

Between the 19th and 22nd of September Agrisera participated in 11th conference of Polish Society of Experimental Plant Biology, held in Poznań, Poland.

The conference gathered 260 researchers fom Poland, Germany, Sweden, The United Kingdom, Argentina and Brasil. The sessions covered the following topics:

  • Cell structure and function
  • Gene expression and plant development
  • Epigenetic and epitranscriptomic regulation of gene expression
  • Transport and intercellular communication
  • Mitochondria and chloroplasts in cell metabolism
  • Integrating plant functions via signaling molecules
  • Mechanisms of stress tolerance
  • Plant–microbe interaction
  • Plant secondary metabolites

Agrisera sponsored the 1st and 3rd place in the Best Poster competition.

Out of 165 posters, the Best Poster Prize was awarded to Joanna Wójtowicz, from the Warsaw University, for her poster "Unraveling the Role of Proteins, Lipids, and Pigments in Etioplast Prolamellar Body (PLB) Formation". She received a diploma and can choose an antibody of her choice from the Agrisera catalog, free of charge.

Zofia Szlachtowska,from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, who came in 3rd place, received a book on photosynthesis from Agrisera. 

The winners of the Agrisera Quiz, who received the book "Photosynthesis: Solar Energy for Life", are Anna Domańskaf from the University of Wrocław, and Máthéné Szigeti Zsuzsa from Biotechnológiai Intézet, Hungary.


 Agrisera at 11th conference of Polish Society of Experimental Plant Biology
Left image: Agrisera booth.

Right image, left to right: Joanna Wójtowicz (awardee), Michał Rurek (Organizing cometee), Joanna Porankiewicz Asplund (Agrisera).

Read more 2023-09-22

Suggest an antibody and be the first to use it!

The success of your research has been our focus for over 20 years. If you require antibodies to support your project, that are not available anywhere, you are always welcome to contact us with your antibody suggestion. We will promptly evaluate if it is feasible to produce an antibody to the protein you aim to detect. If it is, we will provide you with 50 µg of this antibody, antigen affinity purified and completely free of charge, within a couple of months. Please send us the gene ID or protein sequence in FASTA format for your suggested target, and we will promptly let you know if an antibody to this protein target can be included in the Agrisera catalog.

The Agrisera catalog has grown and developed over many years, through us listening to researchers' suggestions and requirements. Taking into account hundreds of model species in plant science, and thousands of proteins, we have created a comprehensive catalog of antibodies, and we are always working to further expand and refine our antibody collection.

Antibodies that are currently under development and available for testing are collected here.

To suggest a new antibody, please contact [email protected].

Looking forward to hearing from you!


 Antibody binding to a target protein
Read more 2023-09-15

High-titer secondary antibodies, conjugated to ALP can be combined with Agrisera TMB developing reagent

CCD cameras are often used for visualizing the binding of an antibody to a target protein, through chemiluminescent or fluorescent detection. In cases where a CCD camera is not available in the laboratory, secondary antibodies conjugated to alkaline phosphatase (ALP) can be used, and the reaction can instead be visualized using Agrisera TMB reagents. This way, medium and high abundancy proteins can be visualized easily, and the obtained results can be saved in the lab book (although please remember that there is a fading effect).

Take advantage of Agrisera high-titer secondary antibodies, offered with different hosts (rabbit, chicken, goat, donkey) conjugated with ALP enzyme, combined with Agrisera TMB solution, delivered together in one package with your primary antibodies.

ALP-conjugated secondary antibodies are discounted by 10% until end of 2023. Order easily online on the Agrisera website, or by sending your order to [email protected].

If you are not certain which secondary antibody to choose, our technical team will promptly answer all your questions.

 Agrisera BCIP/NBT ALP Substrate (100 ml)

Read more 2023-09-12

TurboID, valuable tool for researchers interested in studying protein-protein interactions and subcellular protein localization

TurboID is a proximity labeling technique used in cell biology and molecular biology research to study protein-protein interactions and subcellular protein localization. This approach has many great benefits, such as: 

  1. Rapid Labeling: Hence the name, TurboID. This technique has significantly faster labeling kinetics, compared to other proximity labeling methods, and can capture transient or short-lived protein interactions that might be missed by slower labeling techniques.

  2. Low Background Noise: TurboID exhibits low background noise, and is therefore less likely to produce false-positive results.

  3. Versatile Applications: TurboID can be used to study a wide range of cellular processes, including protein-protein interactions, protein localization, and protein dynamics.

  4. Specific Labeling: TurboID can be targeted to specific subcellular compartments or organelles, allowing researchers to focus on particular regions of interest within the cell.

  5. Compatibility with Multiple Host Systems: TurboID can be used in a variety of host systems, including mammalian cells, yeast, and other model organisms.

  6. Applicability to Proteomics: TurboID can be used in combination with mass spectrometry to identify proteins that interact with the target protein of interest. This can provide valuable insights into protein complexes and networks within the cell.

 Agrisera Turbo ID antibodies

Agrisera offers an excellent polyclonal antibody to TurboID. Check product information sheet here
Read more 2023-09-08

Agrisera supports Plants and People meeting at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology

Agrisera supported the 6th Plants and People (P&P) Conferences, organized by PhD students at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, in Potsdam-Golm, Germany, between the 6th and 7th of September.

The theme for this year's Plants and People Conference was "Exploring Plan(t)s", which brought together a diverse collection of international speakers, both from academic and non-academic fields of plant science. The academic aspect of the conference featured talks on a multitude of subjects in plant biology, including photosynthesis, epigenetics, plant-microbe interactions, and metabolomics. 

Participants could pick up their own copies of Agrisera Educational Posters, and the Agrisera Best Poster Prize was awarded. 

  Plant and People Meeting 2023, Max Planck, Postdam, Germany
Read more 2023-09-07

You can rely on Agrisera's promises

Since Agrisera's start in 1985, we have always delivered on our promises, and if there are ever any delays in shipments, we inform you very promptly.

We pride ourselves in being, what our customers have described as: Prompt, collaborative and efficient. This is how we have been working to deliver catalog antibodies and reagents, worldwide, for over 20 years.

You can count on us, and plan your experiments with the confidence that the reagents will arrive on time.

Here we have collected some testimonials from our customers, regarding product quality, delivery time, technical support and our educational materials.

  Map of countries Agrisera is selling to
Read more 2023-09-01
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