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Protein Detector Microarray Dot Blot Kit, AP Colorimetric from KPL

ProductsProtein Detector Microarray Dot Blot Kit, AP Colorimetric from KPL
Company KPL
Item Protein Detector Microarray Dot Blot Kit, AP Colorimetric
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Description Protein DetectorTM Microarray Dot Blot Kits overcome this limitation and offer high sensitivity, accuracy and quantitation over a wide range in low-density protein array (96- and 384-spot formats ) detection. They are ideal for performing reverse-phase protein arrays and for profiling hundreds of samples for the presence of low abundant antigens. Protein Detector kits are based on a biotin/streptavidin system and provide substantial amplification over enzyme-labeled antibody methods commonly used to detect Western blots. In addition, the strong and specific interaction between biotin and streptavidin permits the use of stringent incubation and washing conditions, thus making it a highly robust method for microarray studies. KPL's blocking reagent included in the kit is formulated for microarray blotting and delivers a comparatively higher signal to noise ratio that traditional blockers. See our list of frequently asked questions for more information.
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KPL, Inc.
910 Clopper Road
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20878
Customer Service: 301-948-7755
Fax Number: 301-948-0169
Web Site: http://www.kpl.com
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