Digital Chemiluminescent Imaging of Protein Blots
13 Jan 2015

Protein blotting is a routine technique for determining the presence or absence of one or more proteins and can provide additional information on the antigen amount in the sample. The BioSpectrum® Imaging System is ideal for imaging chemiluminescent protein blots. Typical chemiluminescent exposures for protein blots are from 10 seconds to 5 minutes.

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