Protein Expression with Western Blotting
Protein Profiling — How Reliable and Efficient is Your Method?
Western blotting continues to be a valued technique in protein profiling in translational research efforts. With the specificity, reproducibility, and efficiency of in-cell western assays, you have a better way to determine the expression levels of specific proteins within a single cell or a population of cells and assess protein-protein interactions to identify potential binding partners for a protein of interest.
Introduction to In-Cell Western Assays
Learn about In-Cell Western: an immunofluorescence assay that combines the specificity of western blotting with the reproducibility and high output of ELISA.
Can We Trust Western Blots?
Learn about key success factors to instill trust in western blotting data from this presentation by Associate Professor of Neurobiology, Aldrin Gomes.
Protein Characterization with Flow Cytometry
High-Throughput Cell Analysis
Accelerate your scientific and drug discoveries with high-performance, rapid and ultrasensitive flow cytometry for a range of applications, from high-throughput screening to exosome detection to microbial analysis.
Improve Your Flow Experiments
The Flow Cytometry Hub, a central location for best-in-class flow products and knowledge. Discover highly cited antibodies and reagents for your experiment along with best practice guides and online tools.
Protein Quantitation with Multiplex Immunoassays
Quantify over 500 different protein and peptide targets simultaneously in a single 12.5 µl sample using the Bio-Plex Multiplex System, powered by Luminex xMAP technology. The Bio-Plex System offers high-performance readers, industry-leading software, and sensitive assays in ready-to-use or custom configurations, enabling researchers to obtain high-quality data from limited samples.