App Note: Total Protein Analysis the Simple Western Way
Posted: 7 October 2015 | ProteinSimple
The Simple Western Immunoassay is the gel-free, blot-free and hands-free solution for those looking for a better way to get their Western blot data…
The Simple Western Immunoassay is the gel-free, blot-free and hands-free solution for researchers looking for a better way to get their Western blot data.
The simple fact that you get analyzed data in just three hours with only 30 minutes of hands-on time changes things forever! So, since we think change is a good thing, we packed all that Simple Western speed, simplicity and data quality into our new Total Protein Assay. The Simple Western Total Protein Assay for Wes, Sally Sue and Peggy Sue is actually pretty similar to a Simple Western Immunoassay except it doesn’t use an antibody. You have the same flexibility to use either the 12–230 kDa or the 66–440 kDa separation matrix and sample preparation is the same too, so you’ll get an identical number of data points with just 5 μL of sample. Compass software still analyzes your data automatically but as an added bonus, versions 2.6 and higher now also let you easily compare Total Protein Assay and Immunoassay data side-by-side. And cleanup is still as simple as ever — you’ll never dispose of a single staining or destaining solution. Now you’ve got a truly gel-free, hands-free, waste-free Total Protein Assay — which means you’ll really never have to run a gel again!
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