Not just any blotter

May 28, 2012 at 9:02 am Leave a comment

Ever think about the difference between various protein blotting systems and polyacrylamide gels? If the answer is no, then you probably should! And if the answer is yes, the following information will help you sort out the differences.

A recent study conducted by Bio-Rad Laboratories, shows that the type of system and PAGE gels you choose to use for your experiment can make a world of difference in your quality of data. Checkout “Robust transfer of proteins to a membrane across a wide range of PI and mass” to learn more.

Entry filed under: Bio-Rad Tech Note, Western Blot and ELISA. Tags: , .

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