Near-Infrared Fluorescent Western Blot
Measure protein expression with accurate, reproducible quantitative Western blot detection.
In-Cell Western™ (ICW) Assay
Detect target proteins with a cell-based, quantitative immunofluorescent assay in microplate format.
Electrophoretic Mobility Shift Assay (EMSA)
Study protein-DNA complexes with EMSA (also called a gel shift assay) without hazardous radioisotopes.
Protein Gel Documentation
Visualize proteins on gels stained with Coomassie and other popular stains.
Nucleic Acid Gel Documentation
Estimate band sizes or document excised fragments on nucleic acid gels with near-infrared fluorescent stains.
Tissue Section Imaging
Quantify protein expression, monitor protein localization, and perform macro-level analysis of multiple tissue sections.
Image courtesy of C. Kearn, University of Washington
In-Gel Westerns (IGW)
Use antibodies to detect your target of interest directly in the protein gel.
Monitor protein knockdown effects in cell lysates and cell-based assays.
Small Animal Imaging
Perform in vivo analysis of small animals, including receptor targeting, biodistribution tracking, and transporter targeting.
- Glycoprotein Detection
- Microwestern Array
- On-Cell Western Assay
- Protease Assay
- Protein Array
- Receptor Targeting
- Reporter Gene Assay
- Reverse Phase Lysate Array
- Transcription Factor Assay