Primary and secondary antibodies for cancer research, neuroscience, plant research, pathology and small molecules

Our antibody ranges include:

Exosome Research Antibodies

Neuroscience Antibodies

Plant Research Antibodies

Cancer Research Antibodies

Secondary Antibodies


And we are so confident in the quality of our antibodies that they all come with a 100% guarantee.


We can also provide protein ladders for your electrophoresis and blotting work.


Please follow the links below to see the antibodies available in each category or use the search box above to find a specific antibody or simply complete our contact form and we'll find it for you.


Exosome Antibodies


Extracellular Vesicles (EVs), including exosomes, express antigens with 3D conformations and/or post-translational modifications that often differ from the cellular counterpart. For this reason, most of the antibodies currently available on the market fail to recognize exosome-associated antigens with sufficient sensitivity and specificity.


In collaboration with Exosomics Siena Spa, HansaBioMed has validated a set of polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies against common exosomal markers (CD63, CD81, ALIX) and disease-specific exosomal markers (cancer and neurodegenerative diseases) as listed below. Follow the links for more details and pricing.


Anti CD9 Antibodies Anti CD63 Antibodies
Anti CD41 Antibodies Anti CD44 Antibodies
Anti CD81 Antibodies Anti Caveolin1 Antibodies
Anti ALIX Antibodies Anti TM9SF4 Antibodies
Anti flotillin Antibodies Anti Rab5 Antibodies
Anti HSP70 Antibodies Anti TM9SF3 Antibodies
Anti TSTA3 Antibodies  


Antibodies to Breast Cancer Drug Resistance Proteins

Tumour cell insensitivity to anticancer drugs frequently appears as multidrug resistance (MDR), associated with the overexpression of one or more of a set of at least 10 different molecules, causing reduced drug levels at the intracellular target sites. These overexpressed molecules include transmembrane transporter proteins such as P glycoprotein, MRP1-9 and BCRP.


In addition, the lung-resistance protein, recently identified as the major vault protein, has been associated with MDR.

Our Monosan monoclonal antibodies specifically recognise these proteins and so can be used to help identify their roles in clinical drug resistance, and also explore their occurrence in normal human tissues and physiology. 


Follow the links below for further details and datsheets.


 anti MDR1 P-glycoprotein       anti MRP6 (ABCC6) 
 anti MDR3 P-glycoprotein      anti MRP7 (ABCC10)
 anti MRP1 (ABCC1)      anti MRP8 (ABCC11)  
 anti MRP2 (ABCC2)      anti MRP9 (ABCC12)
 anti MRP3 (ABCC3)      anti BCRP (ABCG2)
 anti MRP4 (ABCC4)      anti MVP / LRP
 anti MRP5 (ABCC5)      anti VPARP


Or if you have any questions simply use our contact form and we'll be happy to help.


Neuroscience Antibodies


The ImmunoStar range of antibodies for neuroscience research are put through extensive testing before release to ensure both high quality and high titer. This provides excellent reliability and lot-to-lot consistency. The antibodies have also been specifically tested for use in immunohistochemistry.


This range of primary antibodies was originally provided by DiaSorin (formerly INCSTAR), but in 2001 the range became Immunostar. As these antibodies have been available for many years, there are multiple references citing their use.




Details of the full range of 60+ well referenced neuroscience antibodies are available on this link.


Secondary Antibodies


Our range of secondary antibodies includes antibodies to many primary antibody species:


Anti-Human, Anti-Mouse, Anti-Rabbit, Anti-Goat, Anti-Rat, 
Anti-Sheep, Anti-Guinea Pig, Anti-Hamster, Anti-Bovine, 
Anti-Donkey, Anti-Cat, Anti-Dog, Anti-Llama and Anti-Chicken


All secondary antibodies are available as a range of conjugates including Dylight Dyes, HRP, AP, FITC, TRITC and more. 


Follow the link above to select your secondary antibody from a list of options or if you are having difficulty locating it, simply use our contact form or email us at

Secondary antibodies