We offer a wide range of reagents, kits, gels, membranes, antibodies, and equipment to facilitate every step of western blot analysis. Use the BlotBuilder selection tool to choose the appropriate set of products for your western blotting needs.
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Quick visualization, precise quantitation, single-probe detection or multiplexing — we offer a range of reagents, kits and instruments for western blot detection and analysis., Optimized buffers and reagents for every step of the western blot process.
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Find the right set of products that can assist you with detection and analysis of your protein. Find a comprehensive suite of solutions for every step of the western blotting workflow in order to help you obtain high-quality, publishable results with minimal time and effort.
Learn More Overview of Western Blotting
The term "blotting" refers to the transfer of biological samples from a gel to a membrane and their subsequent detection on the surface of the membrane. A western blot experiment, or western blotting (also called immunoblotting, because an antibody is used to specifically detect its antigen) was...
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Learn More Fluorescent Western Blotting
Fluorescent western blotting is growing in popularity because it allows the ability to perform multiplex detection, where multiple proteins can be detected at the same time. Historically, the instrumentation available for fluorescent detection was not able to offer the sensitivity required by many...
Learn More Antibodies for Western Blotting
The right antibodies are essential for clean, definitive, and reproducible western blot results. Use the tabs below to find information on aspects to consider when selecting primary and secondary antibodies for western blot experiments.
Learn More Chemiluminescent Western Blotting
Chemiluminescent detection for western blotting is popular because it offers several advantages over other detection methods. Using chemiluminescence allows multiple exposures to be made, which enables optimization of signal to noise.
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures., View all Is there a wet transfer blot module available for the Mini Gel Tank? Are Bolt Bis-Tris Plus gels compatible with other transfer methods? How many Mini Blot Modules can be run per Bolt Mini Gel Tank?
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Studying protein–protein interactions by far-western blotting Critical factors of far–western blot analysis Recommended reading, Pierce Far-Western Blot Kit for Biotinylated Proteins Western Blotting Protein Gel Electrophoresis, The far–western blot technique is similar to western blotting; in a...
Learn More Chromogenic Western Blot Detection
Unlike chemiluminescent or fluorescent blotting applications, chromogenic substrates do not require special equipment for visualization of the assay results. We offer several chromogenic substrates for your different experimental needs.
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Fluorescent western blotting provides accurate, quantitative, stable signals, and the ability to clearly evaluate multiple protein targets on a single blot. We offer optimized reagents, buffers and fluorescent conjugated antibodies so you can get the most from your fluorescent western blots.
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As with other components in a western blotting system, there are many chemiluminescent western blotting substrate choices available. The appropriate selection of a substrate depends on the detection level (sensitivity) required, the target protein's abundance, the sample abundance and antibody...
Learn More Western Blot Detection Reagents
With a variety of detection techniques for western blotting-chemiluminescence, fluorescence, or colorimetric, to choose from, you can select a technology to match your experimental requirements. Chemiluminescent Detection Technical Tip Fluorescent Detection Technical Tip, Protein Electrophoresis and...