Proteins play a critical role in virtually all cell processes including metabolism, structure, growth, and repair. Understanding protein function, behavior, structure, and their importance are key aspects of understanding disease and therapeutics. Experimental analysis of proteins typically involves expression and purification or the direct extraction of proteins from cells or tissues for further downstream analysis such as ligand binding assays, mass spectrometry, or protein sequencing. Other protein analysis methods include detection methods such as BCA assays and Western blots or methods to understand protein-to-protein in... Learn more
Various biochemical and analytical techniques require the extraction of protein from tissues or mammalian, yeast and bacterial cells. Obtaining high quality and yields of proteins is important for further downstream protein characterization such as in PAGE, western blotting, mass spectrometry or protein purificati... Learn more
Western blot analysis
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Western blots require multiple steps - sample preparation, sample loading, electrophoresis, protein transfer, antibody incubation, and signal detection - so it is important to be sure that each step is done correctly.
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