Protocols and whitepapers
Our scientific department makes several protocols and whitepapers available to the research community for consultation and learning purposes.
Dot-Blot is a simple immunological technique for detecting the presence of biomolecules. It is used to detect DNA, RNA, or proteins. One of the advantages of this technique is that the sample is added directly to the membrane, thus allowing us to save time. Contains a list of materials, the steps to follow and even a list of common problems and mistakes that might arise and their solutions.
A western blot is a laboratory method used to detect specific protein molecules from among a mixture of proteins. This mixture can include all of the proteins associated with a particular tissue or cell type. To obtain an excellent result in the process, Access our protocol that contains a list of materials, the steps to follow and even a list of common problems and mistakes that might arise and their solutions.
Protocol: ELISA test
This protocol will easily guide researchers through the process of performing an ELISA-type immunoassay. Contains a list of materials, steps to follow, list of errors and common problems as well as their solutions.
Complete guide on immunohistochemistry that will allow you to access the latest developments in this field, as well as presenting you with the usual problems and their solutions. Explore in great detail the state of the art in immunohistochemistry, experimental desing, sample prep and sample fixation, antigen retrieval, blocking and detection, microscopy, quantitative image processing and controls.
Guide for the immunoprecipitation process, where researchers will find a list of materials, the steps to follow and even a list of common problems and mistakes that might arise, and their solutions. This procedure can be used to isolate and concentrate a particular protein from a sample containing thousands of different proteins.