ProteinSimple has developed Simple Western assays as an alternative to traditional Western blot analysis for protein sizing and quantitative immunodetection. Assays are performed on Simon, an instr...read more
Application Area: Western Blot Simon™ Simple Western System
"Awesome product and this is the only true quantitative Western that you can use. The quantiation is almost similir to HPLC.
easy to use automated and vey robust instrument with only <1 % failure for almost continuous operation for 2 years.
Highly recommended for those working with Western"
ProteinSimple has developed Simple Western assays as an alternative to traditional Western blot analysis for protein sizing and quantitative immunodetection. Assays are performed on Simon, an instrument that integrates and automates all manual operations associated with Western blotting without the use of gels, transfer tanks, blots or film. Researchers just load their samples, press start, walk away and return to fully analyzed experimental results.
Benefits of Simon Simple Western System:
Eliminates the multiple hands-on steps
Reduced processing time gets you to results faster
Automated protocols generate more reproducible data
No blot transfer of proteins means more quantitative results
Allows laboratories to standardize protocols
Specifications/Features of Simon Simple Western System:
Samples per run: 12
Run time: 3-5 hours (includes automatic data analysis)
Protein sizing: 15-150 kDa
Dynamic range: 3 logs
Sensitivity: Low ng
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