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Mouse IFN-Beta ELISA Kit (TCM, Serum)

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Mouse IFN-Beta ELISA Kit (TCM, Serum)

Catalog Number: 42400

This well-cited ELISA kit measures mouse Interferon Beta in tissue culture media (TCM) and mouse serum.


Product Name: VeriKine Mouse Interferon-Beta ELISA Kit


Pack Size
Product Info

Matrix Compatibility Tissue Culture Media (TCM), Serum
Assay Range 15.6 - 1000 pg/ml
Assay Length 3 hours, 15 minutes
Specificity Mouse Interferon Beta



The VeriKine Mouse Interferon Beta ELISA Kit has been developed to quantitate levels of IFN-Beta in tissue culture media (TCM) or serum samples in a sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) format. Recombinant mouse IFN-Beta expressed in mammalian cells is provided as the standard. Interferons bind to plates coated with antibody and detection is accomplished using a secondary antibody followed by streptavidin conjugated to horseradish peroxidase (HRP). This ELISA kit utilizes Tetramethyl-benzidine (TMB) as the substrate.


*For increased sensitivity and/or complex biological matrices such as plasma or sera, we recommend our Mouse IFN-Beta Serum ELISA Kit, High Sensitivity (Cat. No. 42410-1).



CVs and Spike Recovery

Inter-Assay < 8%

Intra-Assay < 8 %


Average Spike Recovery: > 94%


No cross-reactivity against

  • Human IFN-Alpha, IFN-Gamma, IFN-Kappa, IFN-Beta
  • Mouse IFN-Alpha, IFN-Lambda
  • Rat IFN-Alpha, IFN-Lambda, IFN-Beta
  • Feline IFN-Alpha
  • Pig IFN-Alpha
Synonyms Mouse Beta Interferon, Mouse IFN Beta, Mouse Type I IFN beta, Mouse Fibroblast IFN, Mouse Fibroblast Interferon, Mouse Beta IFN, Mouse Type I Interferon Beta
Storage 2-8°C
Expiration Date One year from the date of manufacture
Shipping Condition Wet Ice



Materials Provided

  • Pre-coated microtiter plate
  • Plate Sealers
  • Wash Solution Concentrate
  • Mouse Interferon Beta Standard, 500,000 pg/ml
  • Dilution Buffer 
  • Antibody Concentrate 
  • HRP Conjugate Concentrate
  • Concentrate Diluent
  • TMB Substrate 
  • Stop Solution 


Additional Materials Required (Not Provided) 

  • Microplate reader capable of reading an OD at a wavelength of 450 nm
  • Variable volume microtiter pipettes
  • Adjustable multichannel pipette (50-300 μl)
  • Reagent reservoirs
  • Wash bottle or plate washing system
  • Distilled or deionized water
  • Serological pipettes (1, 5, 10 or 25 ml)
  • Disposable pipette tips (polypropylene)
  • Plate shaker

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Interferons (IFNs) are a group of cytokines which exhibit pleitropic activities that play major roles in both innate and adaptive immunity. Type 1 IFNs consist of multiple Interferon Alpha (IFN-α) genes and at least one Interferon Beta (IFN-β) gene in most vertebrates.


IFN-β is primarily known for its antiviral activity, but also has anti-proliferative, anti-inflammatory and immune-modulatory effects. It plays a pivotal role in the protective response to many infections and diseases, but when over expressed or produced unchecked it can also contribute to the generation of clinically relevant side effects and pathological processes. IFN-β is a common therapeutic treatment for multiple sclerosis and some cancers with the research into these diseases often conducted in mice.


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    2. Balachandran et al. (2004) Nature, Vol. 432, 401-405.


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