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Western blotting has become a pillar in protein biology workflows by combining molecular weight-based separation with high-affinity protein-specific antibody-based detection, and has been optimized over the years to address common concerns. Recently, innovative advancements have dramatically improved the performance of western blotting while reducing hands-on time of this classically laborious, yet powerful protein detection method.

During this webinar, presenters will discuss challenges with the traditional western blot workflow and introduce convenient and cost-effective solutions that enable better western results. You will also learn about the new iBind™ Western System, an automated western blot processing device that is hands-free, reproducible, requires less primary antibody and is compatible with downstream western blot detection protocols.

Who Should Attend

Anyone involved with western blotting including:

  • Graduate students
  • Lab managers
  • Post-docs
  • Principal investigators
  • Professors
  • Scientists
  • Technicians

You Will Learn

  • Ways to optimize protein separation, transfer, and detection versus traditional methods
  • New product innovations that can improve time to result and blot-to-blot variability
  • How life science researchers are addressing their current western blot workflow

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Katrina Linning,
Research Assistant and Laboratory Manager,
Michigan State University

Kevin Lowitz,
Senior Product Manager,
Thermo Fisher Scientific

David Bourdon, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist,
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thomas Thompson,
Staff Scientist,
Bayer HealthCare