Invitrogen WesternBreeze Chemiluminescent Kit, anti-mouse
Detect proteins that have been immobilized on membranes (nitrocellulose or PVDF) following western transfer or bound directly from solution (dot blots)
Manufacturer: Invitrogen WB7104
Detection is accomplished with a ready-to-use CDP-Star chemiluminescent substrate for alkaline phosphatase. Protein bands can be captured either by X-ray film or CDP-Star compatible imaging system.
WesternBreeze Chemiluminescent Kit offers:
- High specificity, clean background
- Ultra-sensitivity-femtogram levels detectable
- Long-lasting signals-up to 5 days
- Results in less than 3 hours
- Permanent photographic image
Proteins, Expression, Isolation and Analysis, Western Blotting
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|The WesternBreeze® Chemiluminescent Kits include blocking solutions, primary antibody diluent, ready-to-use secondary antibody solution (anti-mouse, anti-rabbit or anti-goat), ready-to-use chemiluminescent substrate, wash solutions, incubation trays, pre-cut filter papers, polyester sheet for even substrate development on the membrane. Each kit contains complete reagents for 20 blots. Store the kits at +4°C. Guaranteed stable for 6 months when properly stored.|
|AP (Alkaline Phosphatase) Substrate|
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