Bovine serum albumin (BSA) and dry milk are used extensively for blocking non-specific binding of antibodies and for stabilizing antibodies and other proteins during freeze drying and in dilute solutions. However dry milk and most commercial sources of BSA contain bovine IgG which interferes with the use of any anti-goat (IgG) secondary antibodies due to the close phylogenetic relationship between cows and goats. This background labeling may lead to false interpretations or needless repetition of experiments. The bovine anti-goat IgG that is labeled with our superior green CF™488A is created by immunizing a cow host with goat IgG to minimize the reactivity for bovine IgG. The antibody has been adsorbed against Bovine, Chicken, guinea pig, Syrian Hamster, Horse, Human, Mouse, Rabbit and Rat Serum Protein.Compatible with the NucleoCounter® NC-3000™.