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PrecisionAb™ Antibodies- Enhance Your Western Blotting Toolbox

Video   Oct 12, 2017

 

We have developed the PrecisionAb Antibody line with a lot of care and pride. These are premium-quality antibodies extensively validated for western blotting. They can work in other applications as well with user-optimized conditions. We offer them as a powerful set of tools to enhance and empower any protein scientist's arsenal. PrecisionAb Validated Western Blotting Antibodies offer researchers • High specificity and sensitivity – selected for low nonspecific binding, correct target molecular weight, and the strongest signal on a western blot • Reproducible results – stringent QC requirements ensure consistent lot-to-lot performance • Trial size for every antibody (2 applications) - conveniently evaluate western blot performance • Confidence in your data – positive control lysate provided for each antibody; validation protocol included

 
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