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There’s nothing more frustrating than ending your day with too many bands on your Western blot. Was it my sample? My blocker? My antibodies? If you are working with a new sample or antibody the answer is probably, I have no clue. Cue the painful ...

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Immunoprecipitation (IP) is a method used to enrich or purify your target protein from a complex mixture, such as a cell lysate, using a solid support. After IP you can analyze your samples by various techniques such as Western blot, ELISA or Mass ...

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Loading control antibodies are a critical Western blotting tool that is often overlooked. They play an important role, ensuring that that you have loaded and transferred equivalent amounts of protein across your Western blot. If you are planning on ...

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Selecting a primary antibody will be one of the most important decisions that you will make when designing your next experiment. Choose wisely because an antibody with poor specificity will wreak havoc on your data, making interpretation nearly ...

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