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Thermo Scientific™ SuperSignal™ West Pico Chemiluminescent Substrate

Enhanced chemiluminescent (ECL) HRP substrate that provides low-picogram-level detection by Western blot analysis.

Manufacturer: thermo scientific™  34080

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Catalog No. PI34080


Description & Specifications


Conjugate HRP
Description SuperSignal West Pico Chemiluminescent Substrate
Detection Chemiluminescent
Formulation Proprietary luminol and peroxide solutions
Kit Contents Luminol/Enhancer, 250mL
Quantity 500mL kit
Sufficient For 60 mini-gel blots; 5000cm2 of membrane

Thermo Scientific™ SuperSignal West Pico Chemiluminescent Substrate is an enhanced chemiluminescent (ECL) substrate for horseradish peroxidase (HRP) enzyme that provides low picogram detection of proteins in Western blot applications.

SuperSignal West Pico Substrate emits light for longer and chemiluminescent signal at more than twice the intensity of other entry-level luminol-based horseradish peroxidase detection systems while also maintaining sensitivity and low background. In addition, the greater signal intensity is achieved using less primary and secondary antibody than typical ECL substrates. All of this for about 30% less cost than comparable products.


  • ECL substrate – an enhanced chemiluminescent substrate for detection of horseradish peroxidase (HRP) activity from antibodies and other Western blot probes

  • Economy – costs less per milliliter than other similarly sensitive chemiluminescent substrates

  • Picogram sensitivity – highly sensitive for the rapid development of a wide range of protein levels

  • Stable light output – long-duration signal makes it possible to make multiple exposures to film

  • High intensity – signal is twice as strong as output from other luminol-based systems

  • Excellent stability – 24-hour working solution stability; 1-year kit stability at room temperature

  • Saves antibody – requires much less (more dilute) primary and secondary antibodies per blot