Western Blotting: Origin and Ascent of the Species.
Detection of Blotted Proteins
Methods in molecular biology, January 2015
Burnette, W Neal, W. Neal Burnette
Western blotting has survived as an essential tool of the research and clinical laboratory because it has maintained its everyday scientific usefulness while simultaneously evolving as a facile weapon to confront high-content analytical demands of proteomic and diagnostic screening. New approaches for imaging blotted proteins have emerged to complement the core methodology.
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