Protein Analysis Test Strips

Pricing
1-4 Strips       $50.00 each
5-9 Strips       $45.00 each
10-19 Strips   $42.00 each
20-39 Strips   $41.00 each
>40 Strips      $40.00 each

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Introduction:

Dip-N-Blots™ and Dip-N-Spots™ are innovative dipstick formats that simplify protein analysis and antibody characterization experiments.

Drawing upon our industry leading collection of protein lysates, Dip-N-Blots™ offer pre-run Western Blots, while Dip-N-Spots™ offer quick and easy-to-use protein microarrays.

Significant features of Dip-N-Blots™:

- Pre-run Western blots in an innovative dipstick format simplifies protein analysis or antibody characterization experiments.
- Select from hundreds of total protein lysates derived from cultured cells and mammalian tissues.
- Purchase only the specific cell or tissue samples required for your project.
- Ready to use with minimal hands-on time and reagent requirements.
- Lower cost/sample than other similar pre-made Western blots.
- Compatible with colorimetric, chemiluminescent or fluorescent detection systems.
- Order today and analyze protein biomarker data by lunchtime tomorrow!

Significant features of Dip-N-Spots™:

- Pre-printed protein arrays in an innovative dipstick format simplifies protein analysis or antibody characterization experiments.
- Select from hundreds of total protein lysates prepared from cultured cells and mammalian tissues.
- Ready to use with minimal hands-on time and reagent requirements.
- Compatible with colorimetric, chemiluminescent or fluorescent detection systems.
- Cost-effective and efficient protein analysis.
- Order today and analyze protein biomarker data by lunchtime tomorrow!

Protein Biotechnologies has assembled the largest and most comprehensive collection of ready-to-use total protein extracts on the market. These tissue and mammalian cell line lysates have been incorporated into the Dip-N-Blot™ protein biomarker analysis platform and are ideal for biomarker identification / screening, antibody detection / characterization, protein-protein interaction, protein expression, ligand binding, ELISA, immunoprecipitation, 1D and 2D gel electrophoresis, and Western blotting. Target detection may be accomplished using a number of detection systems including color development, enhanced chemiluminescence (ECL) and fluorescence.