Western blotting is the most widely used technique for detecting specific proteins. PerkinElmer brings you a wide range of western blotting solutions. Now, you can have the highest level of sensitivity, specificity and confidence in your results. By offering a unique combination of specific immunodetection and size-based separation, western blotting gives you reliable, convenient, high-quality data.
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|Part Number||Unit Size||List Price||Your Price||Quantity|
|NEL120E001EA||30 mL||66.00 USD|
|NEL120001EA||130 mL||138.00 USD|
|NEL121001EA||340 mL||257.00 USD|
|NEL122001EA||680 mL||365.00 USD|
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Western Lightning™ ECL Pro is a non-radioactive light-emitting system designed to detect proteins immobilized on a membrane. This kit Includes enhanced luminol reagent (340 mL) and oxidizing reagent (340 mL) sufficient for 6800 cm2 of transfer membrane. The Western Lightning™ ECL Pro Enhanced Chemiluminescence Substrate is a sensitive light-emitting system designed to detect horseradish peroxidase (HRP) immobilized on membranes. It can detect proteins in the low picogram range. The unique non-toxic formulation provides a long-lasting luminescent signal with an excellent dynamic range. These properties makes the Western Lightning ECL Pro ideal for use with a wide variety of CCD imagers as well as Kodak BioMax® Light or X-OMAT Blue film. Membranes may be stripped and re-probed for detection of multiple targets. PerkinElmer guarantees the performance of Western Blot Chemiluminescence Reagent Plus for 12 months from ship date, and the kit can be stored at room temperature. This extended shelf life means you can buy and use Western Lightning ECL Pro Enhanced Chemiluminescence Substrate with confidence.
|Product Brand Name||Western Lightning|
|Unit Size||680 mL|
|Resource Type||File Name||File Format|
|Brochure||Run On Time With Reliable Western Blotting Performance||PDF 5 MB|
|Manual||Western Lightning Pro Manual||PDF 77 KB|