3,000+ Western Blotting tested antibodies manufactured by Sino Biological are for your selection to tailor your workflow to your target. All of our antibodies are backed by application-specific, antibody manufacturing expertise.
Our Western blot antibodies are screened from hundreds of antibodies and have a variety of other applications, including IHC, IP, FACS and IF tests. That save research funding and time to buy. Learn more about WB antibody feaures.
Western Blot analysis of TFRC konckout Hela Whole Cell Lysate(A) and Hela Whole Cell Lysate (B) using TFRC antibody (Cat. no. 11020-R001)
Western Blot analysis of recombinant BID protein (Left) and BID in a Jurkat cell lysate (Right) using BID antibody (Cat.no. 10468-MM02)
Western Blot analysis of beta-tubulin in various cell & tissue lysates using beta-tubulin antibody (Cat.no. 100109-MM05T)
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Our Western Blot antibodies have the advantage of high sensitivity, high specificity and high stability. Sino Biological follows strigent quality control procedures to ensure high-quality of Western Blot antibodies. These Western Blot antibodies are immunized with different species of antigens, including human, mouse, rat, canine, cynomolgus, etc. Also, some Western Blot antibodies cover hot research areas, such as immune checkpoint, drug target and immunotherapy.
To perform Western Blot successfully, the quality of antibodies are one of the most important factors. Our Western Blot antibodies were extensively validated by multiple cell types, including cancer cells, such as Hela, MCF7 and HepG2 etc., and stem cells, such as HESC (human embryonic stem cell) and MSC (mesenchymal stem cells). Some of these Western Blot / WB antibodies also be confirmed with animal tissues, including mouse, rat and ferret, etc.
Monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies are used to detect protein of interest in Western Blot analysis. Polyclonal antibodies bind several different epitopes on a single antigen, but monoclonal antibodies only recognize a single epitope within a target antigen. This causes a remarkable difference between monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies: monoclonal antibodies have higher specificity but lower affinity than polyclonal antibodies. Please note that both monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies are perfect tools to recognize the target protein.