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Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) is an enzyme involved in the breaking down of glucose to obtain energy. It is also a widely used western blotting loading control to normalize protein loading levels. Read this article to learn about all its functions.
To make sure you get the faster results in immunostaining with your primary antibody, get the tested secondary antibody too.
We offer a validated range of loading control antibodies. 19 targets are available in multiple pack sizes and several HRP conjugates. Use our table to find the right loading control for your western blots.
A poster covering basic enzyme and protein alterations of cancer cell metabolism.
Glycolysis related markers and inhibitors
Discover our detailed electrophoresis protocol, including the preparation of PAGE gels and loading controls.
The tools and techniques you need to study the hallmarks of cancer
Discover various sample preparations, including lysis buffers, lysate from cell culture, lysate from tissues and determination of protein concentration.
Learn about infrared fluorescent western blot advantages vs ECL, including detection of more than one protein in the same blot and at the same time.
What we do to validate our antibodies and the applications we use including ELISA, peptide array, western blot, ChIP, and IHC/ICC.