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Simple Western assays are fully automated by Simon. Sample loading, size-based separation, immunoprobing, washing, detection and quantitative data analysis are done automatically, giving you a complete, walk-away solution. He even tweets when your results are ready.
• Removing all the manual steps saves valuable time, time you can utilize for other things.
• Fully analyzed results are ready in just 3-5 hours, letting you make experimental decisions much sooner.
• Automating the process removes variability, so results are more reproducible run to run, between users and over time.
• Since Simon doesn't do a blotting step, protein transfer inconsistencies are eliminated, giving you more quantitative data.
• Western protocols can be standardized across users and multiple, global locations.
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3040 Oakmead Village Drive Santa Clara, California, 95051 USA

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