Immunoblotting


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Concept Info

NAME

Immunoblotting

DESCRIPTION

Immunoblotting is an in vitro technique for detecting specific proteins using antibodies. Protein mixtures are transferred to a filter membrane either directly or after separation by electrophoresis, then probed with antibodies that are either labelled (e.g. with fluorophore or an enzyme) or bound by a labelled secondary antibody for detection.

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