Good Westerns Gone Bad: Tips to Make Your NIR Western Blot Great
24 Oct 2014

Western blotting is an important tool for the identification of a protein from a complex mixture. This application note from LI-COR highlights the factors that can alter the performance of a Western blot including antibody quality, membrane variability and contamination. A method for accurate Western blot quantification is also presented.

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