Separation, Transfer, and Analysis of Proteins

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Western blotting, the transfer of proteins to solid-phase membrane supports, is a powerful and popular technique for the visualization and identification of proteins. After separation by electrophoresis, proteins can be bound to membranes where they are fixed and readily accessible for immunological or biochemical analyses, quantitative staining, or the identification of protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions. This section provides an overview of the methods and workflow of western blotting using Bio-Rad's V3 Western Workflow for faster separation, transfer, and analysis of proteins.

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1. Protein Separation — Electrophoresis

Bio-Rad offers TGX™ (Tris/glycine extended) and TGX Stain-Free™ Precast Gels for protein electrophoresis. The unique TGX gel formulation enables rapid separation of proteins at a high voltage while retaining Laemmli-like separation characteristics using standard sample and Tris/glycine running buffers. Typical sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) conditions for midi gels are 200 V for 30–45 minutes. By comparison, complete electrophoretic separation can be performed at 300 V in 20 minutes with midi-format TGX gels.

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2. Protein Visualization

SDS-PAGE followed by Coomassie staining is a standard, widely used method to visualize and confirm protein separation in the gel. However, this involves time-consuming staining and destaining procedures. Another common method is the use of prestained standards, which does not give a complete picture of protein separation.

TGX Stain-Free Precast Gels contain unique compounds formulated into the gel chemistry that allow immediate visualization of proteins across the whole gel without staining. This stain-free technology is exclusive to Bio-Rad and is based on proprietary trihalo compounds. When activated by UV light, these compounds covalently bind to tryptophan residues in proteins and emit a fluorescent signal that is easily detectable with stain-free enabled systems such as Bio-Rad's ChemiDoc™ TouchChemiDoc™ MP, and Gel Doc™ EZ Imaging Systems.

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3. Protein Transfer (Western Blotting)

After protein separation is verified, the transfer of proteins to the western blot membrane is most commonly performed by electrophoretic transfer. Protocols utilizing standard wet or tank blotting systems typically require transfer times of one hour to overnight for a broad range of protein molecular weights. Traditional semi-dry transfer systems, well suited for proteins ranging from 10–100 kD, can perform transfers in 15–60 min. Bio-Rad's Trans-Blot® Turbo™ System reduces transfer protocols to as little as 3 min while maintaining high-efficiency protein transfer across a wide range of molecular weights.

Photo of Bio-Rad ChemiDoc™ MP System (front)-separation transfer and analysis

4. Verification of Protein Transfer

After proteins have been transferred, the transfer efficiency should be checked visually. Again, prestained standards can be used for visualization. However, this method confirms only the transfer of the standards and does not provide a definitive confirmation for all the proteins on the western blot. A better method is to stain the membrane with a total protein stain that allows for the visualization of all proteins on the western blot and also allows the determination of transfer efficiency, molecular weight, relative quantities, and other properties of the transferred proteins.

Post-transfer staining is most commonly performed with Ponceau S, but this method involves time-consuming staining and destaining procedures and potentially introduces errors into western blotting results. Alternatively, Bio-Rad's stain-free technology together with stain-free enabled imaging systems allows for instant verification of protein transfer in addition to increased sensitivity over Ponceau staining. Due to the covalently bound compounds, proteins retain their fluorescence after activation and separation, thus providing the ability to verify protein transfer without any additional processing.

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5. Western Blotting Validation and Quantitation

To validate and quantitate proteins in western blotting, the blotted proteins are detected using secondary antibodies, commonly conjugated to fluorophores (fluorescent molecules) or an enzyme such as alkaline phosphatase (AP) or horseradish peroxidase (HRP) that is used to generate a chemiluminescent signal. Use Clarity™ Western ECL Substrate for long signal duration. Less common labeling methods include the use of radioisotopes or colloidal gold.

The ChemiDoc™ Touch Imager can perform both chemiluminescence and multiplex fluorescence detection. Additionally, the stain-free technology can be used for total protein normalization in chemiluminescent western blotting. Bio-Rad’s Image Lab™ Software ensures that acquisition and analysis of the blot are intuitive and flexible through features such as automatic normalization and lane and band detection.

Thus, with five straightforward steps, the V3 Western Workflow provides a streamlined, more efficient protocol for western blotting.

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6427 Bio-Rad<sup>&reg;</sup> V3 Western Workflow&trade;, Ver D Click to download
6434 Western Blot Normalization Using Image Lab™ Software, Quick Start Guide Click to download
2895 Protein Blotting Guide, Ver C Click to download
2651 2-D Electrophoresis Workflow How-To Guide, Rev F Click to download
6350 Housekeeping Protein Normalization Publications, Rev A Click to download
6351 Selected Publications List: Total Protein Normalization in Western Blotting Using Stain-Free Technology Click to download
6356 Traditional vs. V3 Western Workflow Click to download
6360 A Method for Greater Reliability in Western Blot Loading Controls: Stain-Free Total Protein Quantitation, Rev B Click to download
6359 Avoiding Housekeeping Protein Detection Saturation Protocol, Rev A Click to download
6361 Determining the Appropriate Film Exposure Time Protocol, Rev A Click to download
6362 Determining the Appropriate Sample Load for Western Blots Protocol, Rev A Click to download
6363 Determining the Appropriate Sample Load When Using a Stain-Free V3 Western Workflow™ Protocol, Rev A Click to download
6366 Validating the Expression Consistency of a Housekeeping Protein Protocol, Rev A Click to download
6376 General Protocol for Western Blotting Protocol, Rev A Click to download
6390 General V3 Western Workflow™ Blotting Protocol, Rev A Click to download
 
 
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Again, prestained standards can be used for visualization. However, this method confirms only the transfer of the standards and does not provide a definitive confirmation for all the proteins on the western blot. A better method is to stain the membrane with a total protein stain that allows for the visualization of all proteins on the western blot and also allows the determination of transfer efficiency, molecular weight, relative quantities, and other properties of the transferred proteins.</p> <p>Post-transfer staining is most commonly performed with Ponceau S, but this method involves time-consuming staining and destaining procedures and potentially introduces errors into western blotting results. 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