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Fluorescent western blotting antibodies address the need for accurate, quantitative protein analyses, with advantages over conventional western blotting antibodies including multiplex detection, brighter signal, and a streamlined workflow.
Fluorescent Antibodies and Imaging System
High-sensitivity singleplex or multiplex fluorescence detection with very low background.
One-step detection of housekeeping proteins (actin, tubulin, and GAPDH) without the need for secondary antibodies.
Benefits of StarBright Antibodies
Can detect multiple proteins on the same blot.
Shorter exposure time compared to regular fluorescent dyes (seconds instead of minutes).
High signal-to-noise ratio
Ideal for use with Bio-Rad's ChemiDoc MP Imaging System.
Low nonspecific binding
Conjugated to highly cross-adsorbed antibodies.
Benefits of Fluorescence Western Blotting
Watch the video to discover how fluorescent western blotting permits multiplex detection and differentiation of up to three proteins simultaneously, and eliminates the need for cutting, striping, and reprobing blots.
Read about the advantages of fluorescent western blotting such as multiplex detection, brighter fluorophores, and optimized protocols.
Optimize your protocol and enhance your western blotting experience using these tips.
Determine the best fluorophore for maximum sensitivity and high signal-to-noise ratio in your next experiment using this poster.
Applications & Technologies
Western blotting products include the Stain-Free Western Blotting Workflow, protein transfer systems, blotting membranes, filter paper, premixed blotting buffers and reagents, and detection kits.
Find solutions for all your antibody needs: an extensive inventory of primary and secondary antibodies, controls, and reagents plus custom products including monoclonal generation in just 8 weeks.
Quickly check electrophoresis and blot transfer quality, and obtain truly quantitative western blotting results.