Odyssey Western Blot Blocker Optimization for Near-Infrared (NIR) Detection
14 Jul 2014

This document describes a method to determine optimal blocking conditions for NIR Western blot detection with the Odyssey family of Imagers. The specific lysate and antibodies used in your system will be evaluated in four different blocking buffer systems. The buffering system will also be evaluated in this experiment.

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