Stain-Free Technology More Reliable and Robust Than Housekeeping Proteins for Western Blot Normalization

July 17, 2013 at 2:58 pm Leave a comment

The V3 Western Workflow™ gives you faster and more reliable results by allowing you to visualise protein separation and verify protein transfer using rapid electrophoresis and blotting technologies. In addition to this, the stain-free technology employed in the V3 Western Workflow offers rapid total protein normalization to validate your western blot results. Take a look at the latest research that shows how this approach to normalization overcomes the limitations of using housekeeping proteins.

Read Stain-Free technology as a normalization tool in Western blot analysis published in Analytical Biochemistry earlier this year.

See a customer review of the system below.

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