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Introducing the new V3 Western Workflow
Bio-Rad Laboratories

Streamline your western blotting protocol with the new V3 Western Workflow from Bio-Rad. The V3 Western Workflow combines traditional techniques with the latest advances in protein electrophoresis, transfer, and imaging. Visual checkpoints enabled by stain-free technology are built into each step to ensure confidence in the quality of your results and a simplified total protein normalization method provides more accurate quantitative results.

• Speed — Rapid, high quality separation of proteins in as little as 15 minutes. Efficient protein transfer in as little as 3 minutes

• Confidence — Confirmation of electrophoresis and transfer results without staining

• Quantitation — Easy protein quantitation using stain-free total protein normalization

Visualize your separation, verify your transfer efficiency, and validate your results throughout the western blotting procedure with the V3 Western Workflow.

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