Watch the video below to see how the past 23 years have contributed to the volatility of the photographic film market, and to show why the availability of film for your Western blots may be at risk.
Solution – Switch to Digital Imaging for Chemiluminescent Western Blots
- C-DiGit® Chemiluminescent Western Blot Scanner
- Odyssey® Fc Chemiluminescent and IR Fluorescent Imaging System
Solution – Switch to Infrared Detection and Quantitative Western Blots on LI-COR® Odyssey Imagers
- Quantitative Infrared Fluorescent Westerns
- Odyssey CLx Infrared Imaging System – the Standard in Quantitative IR Western Blotting for over 10 Years
Read our previous blog posts to find out the full story behind why the future of film for life science research may be in peril:
- What is the Future of Film Use for Western Blot Imaging?
- The History of Film. What Does It Tell Us About The Future of Using Film for Western Blot Imaging?
- What if Film Was No Longer Available? How Would You Capture Your Western Blot Images?
- The Cost of Film Production May Give Us One Clue Why Film May Not Be Available for Western Blot Imaging in the Future?
- Cost of Film Raw Materials Keeps Rising. . .Is Western Blot Film Imaging Worth the Cost?