Protein Standard Selection Guide

April 24, 2012 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

In a previous post we provided you with a guide for choosing the ideal protein standard tailored to your specific experimental application. Whether you are looking for molecular weight (MW) determination, standards that light up during your western blot chemiluminescent development or antibodies that fluoresce, you will find some interesting pointers contained in that post.

If you prefer all-in-one posters and visually stimulating charts, you should definitely check out Bio-Rad’s latest protein standards selection guide. The guide presents ten different protein-based experiments and has a comprehensive chart for helping you figure out which protein standard to use based on the size of your protein of interest and the application you are using it with. Click on the picture below to download the most recent version of the guide.

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