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Create your own ELISA with sensitive and consistent monoclonal matched antibody pairs. Kits are available in 2 or 10 x 96-well plate sizes.
Recombinant rabbit monoclonal antibodies available in BSA and azide free formats for easy antibody labeling and functional assays
Discover our In-Cell ELISA (ICE) detailed protocol. Measure protein levels or post-translational modifications in cultured adherent cells.
In this on-demand introductory webinar to In-Cell ELISA, our resident expert Dr John Constable explains the benefits of In-Cell technology, key reagents and optimizing techniques.
This on-demand webinar explains how to incorporate more advanced aspects of ICC/IHC theory and practice into experiments. Topics include designing and analyzing multi-color imaging experiments.
Use our blue native electrophoresis protocol to determine the size, relative abundance and subunit composition of mitochondrial protein complexes.
Learn how to image the brain in three dimensions using the CLARITY technique developed by the Chung Lab.
ChIP is a very powerful technique that allows for the analysis of protein localization on DNA regions in the genome. Watch this on-demand webinar to find out how to optimize and troubleshoot your ChIP experiments.
General immunoprecipitation procedure including a list of reagents and a table to help you choose the correct protein beads.
Learn about DNA methylation (5mC) and the mechanisms of DNA demethylation and techniques used to map DNA modifications 5mC, 5hmC, 5fC, and 5caC