Now Use the Same Primary Antibody for Immunoprecipitation AND Western Blotting!

Quick Western Kit - IRDye 680RD, PN 926-68100

LI-COR® has just rolled out a new way that the recently-released Quick Western Kit – IRDye® 680RD (see Would you like to save at least 90 minutes the next time you do a Western blot?) can be used in your research.

Not only can the Quick Western Kit reduce Western blotting time by 90 min, the kit ALSO serves as a detection solution for post-immunoprecipitation samples by Western blot because it does not bind to denatured mouse monoclonal or rabbit monoclonal antibodies. The key benefit is the ability to use the same antibody for immunoprecipitation and post-immunoprecipitation detection by Western blot. Seriously, how cool is that!!??!!

Using the same primary antibody for IP and Western blotting with the Quick Western Kit

Figure 1. A431 cell lysates were immunoprecipitated overnight with a monoclonal antibody against p53. The resulting immunoprecipitates were separated by SDS-PAGE. Lane 1: Negative IP control; Lane 2: Test sample ; Lane 3: A431 cell lysate positive control. Western blotting was performed using the same p53 monoclonal antibody and incubated with IRDye 680RD Immunoprecipitation Detection Reagent.

Protocol: Detection of post-immunoprecipitation proteins by Western blot using the Quick Western Kit – IRDye 680RD

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Want to Save at least 90 minutes the When You Do a Western Blot?

The Quick Western Kit — IRDye® 680RD (P/N 926-68100) provides a universal detection reagent that can be combined with the primary antibody incubation step, eliminating the need for a secondary antibody incubation step. This kit works with a variety of primary antibodies (see list) and has been shown to recognize primary antibodies to recombinant tagged proteins (i.e. 6X His, Myc, FLAG, etc.).

This reduces the overall time to complete a Western blot and provides the advantages of near infrared fluorescence detection.

If you do a lot of Western blots, this time saved could really add up fast. That’s a lot more experiments, reading, or sleep that you could catch up on! WOW!

Quick Western Kit Workflow

Money-Saving Quick Western Kit Reduces Western Blotting Time by at Least 90 min

Introducing the NEW! Quick Western Kit – IRDye® 680RD

Quick Western Kit - IRDye 680RD

The Quick Western Kit – IRDye® 680RD provides a universal detection reagent that can be combined with the primary antibody incubation step, eliminating the need for a secondary antibody incubation step.

Saves Time (View Workflow)

  • Does not require a separate primary antibody labeling step, saving time and antibody
  • Faster method of detection compared to the traditional 2-step method, which can take up to 4 hours
  • Reduces the total Western blot procedure by at least 90 min

The kit can be used to detect primary antibodies from a variety of hosts and has been shown to recognize primary antibodies to recombinant tagged proteins (i.e. 6X His, Myc, DDK, etc.)

IRDye 680RD Detection Reagent is known to have high specificity for IgG from:

  • Human
  • Mouse
  • Rabbit
  • Guinea Pig
  • Goat
  • Sheep
  • Pig
  • Cow
  • Cat
  • Dog
  • Donkey

The IRDye 680RD Detection Reagent does not work with:

  • Chicken

The Detection Reagent is known to have lower specificity for rat, horse, and hamster. The Detection Reagent has been specifically tested and qualified for Western blot applications. If additional specificity and/or affinity are required, please use IRDye conjugated secondary antibodies for detection.
Quick Western Kit data

Two-fold dilutions of crude lysate containing an overexpressed 6X-His tagged DNA polymerase was loaded in Lanes 3-7. A Histag molecular weight marker (Invitrogen) was loaded in Lanes 1 & 9. The nitrocellulose membrane was blocked with Odyssey Blocking Buffer (PBS) and probed with anti-His Tag Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody (GenScript; 1:500) and IRDye 680RD Detection Reagent (1:1000) for 1 hour. The image was collected on the Odyssey CLx.

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