The Secrets of Western Blotting Webinar
Upcoming Webinar Details
The Secrets of Western Blotting
Proven strategies to optimize your western blots.
Monday, September 16, 2013
1 p.m. ET
Are failed Westerns consuming your precious antibodies and samples? Register now to participate in this complimentary webcast, where you’ll learn about the benefits of using PVDF, tricks for more efficient transfer, and tips to troubleshoot your Western blots.
Western blotting is a powerful and sensitive technique used to detect low amounts of proteins in complex samples, or to monitor protein expression and purification by protein blotting and immunodetection. Attend this complimentary webcast and gain technical insight on the science and optimization of Western blotting.
Topics will include:
- Transferring small and large proteins
- The importance of blocking effectively
- Maximizing sensitivity while reducing background
- Choosing the right detection reagents
EMD Millipore SNAP i.d.™ 2.0 Protein Detection System
Rethink Western blotting. Take protein detection to new dimensions. Meet the fast, versatile SNAP i.d.™ 2.0 system, to fully exploit three-dimensional reagent distribution. Unlike conventional Western blotting, where diffusion is the primary means of reagent transport, the SNAP i.d. 2.0 system applies a vacuum to actively drive antibodies and buffers right through the membrane. This advanced technology promotes antigen binding and thorough washing, enabling you to better optimize your Western blotting conditions.
Join Fisher Scientific for a webinar to learn more about The Secrets of Western Blotting on Monday, September 16, 2013, at 1 p.m. ET.