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WesternDot™ 625 Goat Anti-Rabbit Western Blot Kit

Catalog number:  W10142

 Related applications:

Protein Electrophoresis & Western Blotting

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WesternDot® 625 Western Blot kits utilize extremely bright Qdot® 625 nanocrystals and include reagents for sensitive imaging of proteins probed with mouse or rabbit primary antibodies. With detection performance and ease-of-use that exceed existing ECL-based methods, the WesternDot® 625 kits make use of our extremely bright Qdot 625 streptavidin conjugate to allow direct imaging of blots while avoiding the need to spend time and money on optimizing multiple exposures to film in the dark. Each kit contains reagents sufficient for 20 minigel blots (7 cm × 10 cm/blot)
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


Reactivity: Rabbit
Color: Red
Detection Method: Fluorescent
For Use With (Equipment): Photographic Imager, iBlot™
Label or Dye: Qdot® 625
Product Line: Molecular Probes®, WesternDot®
Product Size: 1 kit
Sample Type (Specific): Cell Extracts, Protein
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature

Contents & storage

WesternDot® blocking buffer (component A), Wash buffer (Component B), Biotin-XX goat anti-rabbit IgG (H+L) (Component C), Qdot® 625 streptavidin conjugate, (Component D), WesternDot® Staining dish (Component E), Store at 4°C, Do Not Freeze


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