St John's Laboratory loading control antibodies

20:00 EDT 1 Oct 2019 | LabOnline

Loading control antibodies are important for ensuring data reliability, used in western blotting experiments to provide a reference for the quantity of protein loaded and migration across the gel. Typically, loading control targets are proteins with high and ubiquitous expression, such as beta-actin or GADPH and usually proteins with a preserved sequence across many species.

St John’s Laboratory has a selection of loading controls for western blot and other applications that cover a wide range of molecular weight proteins suitable for users’ experiments. There are 19 different targets available for research needs from antibodies with multiple validations and reviews.

Typical loading control antibodies found within the range include anti-beta tubulin antibody, anti-PCNA antibody, anti-beta-actin antibody and anti-GAPDH antibody.

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