This Western-Blot protocol wants to be an easy and basic guide for researchers to help them through the process. It 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 the proteins associated with a particular tissue or cell type. Western blots can also be used to evaluate the size of a protein of interest, and to measure the amount of protein expression.

This Western-Blot protocol contains:

  • Materials and reactives
  • Gel preparation
  • Sample loading
  • Gel transfer
  • Immunoblotting
  • Troubleshooting
Western-Blot Protocol
Western-Blot Protocol
Western-Blot Protocol
Western-Blot Protocol

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