Western Blotting without Trial and Error- Use PrecisionAb™ Antibodies

Video   Oct 12, 2017

 

Watch this video to see how PrecisionAb Validated Western Blotting Antibodies are defining a new standard of quality that you can trust to deliver superior results and reproducibility in western blotting. The lack of high-quality primary antibodies has been a constant challenge for scientists across different areas of research. To address this need, Bio-Rad has introduced PrecisionAb Western Blot Validated primary antibodies. We hand-selected a collection of highly sensitive and specific antibodies to enable scientists to obtain dependable western blotting data without trial and error. Each PrecisionAb Antibody is tested against whole-cell lysates (up to 12 cell lines) expressing proteins at endogenous levels. Western blots are run by a group of scientists who scrutinize the data based on comparison against relevant bioinformatic database references, signal-to-background ratio, and other parameters. Only those antibodies meeting the standards for all criteria are released as PrecisionAb Antibodies. The results are high-performing antibodies that exhibit the highest levels of specificity and sensitivity, yielding great performance in western blotting applications. For more information, visit http://www.bio-rad.com/PrecisionAbInfo


 
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