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Emerge from the darkness – see BlotCycler™ automated western blot processor at the NIH Research Festival.

2019-08-22T11:26:24-04:00August 4th, 2019|Product|

  Scientists seeking reproducible data in their experiments are often confounded with the results from western blot assays. The steps for processing western blots require precise performance of blocking and antibody incubation. When these steps are performed manually, any error or variation that occurs is directly responsible for inconsistent results (Koller and Wätzig, 2005, Precision [...]

An NIH Study used BlotCycler for publication-quality western blot assay results

2019-07-31T15:58:03-04:00July 29th, 2019|Application|

In 2009, several people in Mangala village, located in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa, contracted acute hemorrhagic fever, and a novel rhabdovirus, Bas-Congo Virus or BASV, was detected in one of the serum samples. The precise mode of transmission remained unclear, but health officials were worried that BASV was emerging as a human [...]

Research Application Note: The BlotCycler™ Automated Western Blot Processor In Investigation of Rapamycin Treatment and Cardiac Functions

2017-01-08T21:52:26-04:00January 8th, 2017|Application, Product|

When researchers investigating Rapamycin treatment of healthy pigs and cardiac functions, they used the BlotCycler™ Automated Western Blot Processor for increased reliability and validity.

A BlotCycler™ Application Note: AMGEN Anti-Epo Antibody Doping Control

2016-12-22T12:36:36-04:00December 22nd, 2016|Application, Product|

When researchers evaluated the potential use of clone 9G8A for doping control purposes, they used the BlotCycler™ automated Western blot processor to enhance reliability and validity of their findings.