|Description||Formulation Options||Packaging||Minimum Order Size|
|Bulk Reagents||Large amounts of available antibodies or reagents from the catalog||Dried, Lyophilized, Liquid||Tubes, Vials||Three times the offered size in the catalog|
|Custom Conjugations||Conjugation of fluorescnet dyes and antibodies within BD's portfolio, or customer provided antibodies||Dried, Lyophilized, Liquid||Tubes, Vials||0.5 mg if BD material, 2 mg if customer provided material|
|Custom Multicolor Panels||Qualitative and quantitative multicolor antibody cocktails for flow cytometry–based immunophenotyping and cell analysis||Dried, Lyophilized, Liquid||Tubes, Plates||200 tests|
|FACSymphony Reagents||Qualitative and quantitative multicolor antibody cocktails for flow cytometry–based immunophenotyping and cell analysis||Dried, Lyophilized, Liquid||Vials||50 μg if BD material, 2 mg if customer provided material|
|Other Custom Products & Services||Solutions include custom products, contract manufacturing, assay development, and assay services||–||–||–|
Conjugates & Purified Antibodies
BD Biosciences extensive selection of catalog products is designed to support the research needs of scientists around the world. However, if you are running a multisite or longitudinal study, the vial sizes available from the catalog might not always be suitable. BD Biosciences bulk business allows you to acquire the volume of high-quality reagents you need with all of the required specifications.
BD Biosciences has over 2,000 distinct clones in various formats throughout our 14,000+ catalog products. Although not all of these antibodies are available from the catalog in unconjugated form, we can provide purified antibodies with any buffer of your choice through the customs program.
To inquire about bulk quantities of a catalog product or purified antibodies, submit your request below or email us at BDB_Custom_Orders@BD.com.
Once you have submitted a request, please allow up to two business days to receive a preliminary quotation. Production lead times and minimum order quantities are dependent on the reagent you choose.