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MaxDiscovery™ Anti-Rabbit Western Blot Kit

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The MaxDiscovery™ Anti-Rabbit Western Blot Kit is a complete kit that contains all necessary reagents to perform a western blot where a anti-rabbit secondary antibody is needed. Western blots are used to detect specific proteins that have been separated from one another according to their size by gel electrophoresis. Detection involves a transfer procedure followed by probing the blot membrane with a primary antibody that recognizes specific amino acids on your protein of interest. A secondary antibody conjugated with peroxidase is used to bind with the primary antibody. To detect this, a chemiluminescent substrate is added to react with the antibody complex, revealing the location and relative amount of protein.
Product MaxDiscovery™ Anti-Rabbit Western Blot Kit
Company BIOO Scientific - Product Directory
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Catalog Number 3441-01
Quantity 20 mini-gels or 12 large-gels
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