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REVERT Total Protein Stain provides linear, proportional signal across a broad range of sample concentrations. Use this quick, total protein stain to correct for lane-to- lane variation in loading and transfer of target protein in your quantitative Western blot experiments.Buy Now
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The In-Cell Western (ICW) Assay is a quantitative immunofluorescence assay performed in microplates. It combines the specificity of Western blotting with the reproducibility and throughput of ELISA. To learn more about In-Cell Western Assays, visit our application page.
This comprehensive paper discusses the various methods currently available for Western blot normalization. It describes important considerations, strengths, and limitations of each option, to assist you in choosing a reliable method for your experimental context.
Selected from 151 publications in which customers used the In-Cell Western assay and Odyssey Imagers. Find out how other researchers are using the In-Cell Western assay.
Image Studio™ Software provides a variety of background subtraction methods to address numerous conditions found in wide ranging biological imaging applications. Read this technical note to determine which method is best for you.
Due to its sensitivity to the variability and dynamic range of negative and positive control data, Z’-factor is a good way to determine the robustness and reproducibility of ICW assays.
To enable analysis of cellular proteins for the In-Cell Western (ICW) assay, cells must be immobilized onto a solid microplate surface, and antigens must be made accessible to their antibodies. Learn about the factors to consider and recommended methods.