Western Blot

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Getting started with Western Blotting

Western Blotting is a well-established process for the separation, detection and quantification of a wide range of proteins. First adapted in 1977 by James Alwin, David Kemp and George Stark from Edwin Southern's Southern Blot application, the Western Blot is now widely used among scientists globally. 


Despite its ubiquitous use in research, there are a number of technical aspects that are worth being aware of before getting started. The materials provided in this section are intended to support you in carrying out the Western Blot procedure, whether for the first time or if in need of brushing up on your skills.



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