An introduction to both Northern and Southern blotting, popular methods for the transfer of macromolecules to membranous support. This article also offers a Southern blot protocol and a northern blot protocol.
When using the Duolink reagents to stain cells grown in multiwell plates, a few modifications to the Duolink protocol, optimized for staining samples deposited on glass slides, have to be made in order to suit the multiwell format. In particular
Duolink® kits use in situ PLA®, a proximity ligation assay technology, to accurately and objectively quantify individual proteins, and their interactions and modifications in unmodified cells and tissue.
One of the most challenging aspects of working with synthetic peptides is determining the best solvent in which to dissolve the peptide. General guidelines for proper storage, handling and dissolving your synthetic peptide are provided.
Chromatin Isolation by RNA purification (ChIRP) is a method for isolating regions of the genome that are bound by a specific RNA. This protocol uses magnetic beads coated with streptavidin to isolate the complex.
This protocol describes the use of Duolink® PLA reagents for the brightfield detection, visualization, and quantification of individual proteins, protein modifications, and protein interactions in tissue and cell samples.