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Adeno-associated virus 2 (AAV2) is a commonly used viral vector in gene transduction workflows because it is known to readily infect a variety of cell types. In this application note, we pair Simple Plex™ microfluidic cartridge technology on Ella™ with PROGEN mouse monoclonal A20R antibodies and demonstrate utility for accurately and efficiently titrating AAV2 particles.
Simple Plex assay for the detection of Adeno-Associated Virus
type 2 (AAV2) intact capsids in bioprocess samples.
Congratulations on choosing Maurice, our next-generation CE system for fully automated cIEF and CE-SDS analysis. To keep your Maurice running optimally, we’ve put together this Best Practices Guide for tips on how to best maintain your Maurice system and consumables.
This eBook provides protocols for the analysis of more than 30 proteins by Simple Western Charge, including common components of signaling pathways, enzymes, membrane proteins, and more.
Learn how Simple Western can characterize full signaling pathways with little sample volumes, offering picogram-level sensitivity, and high-throughput analysis overnight.
This Scientific Review highlights scientific articles that demonstrate how Simple Western and Single-Cell Western provide a holistic overview of signaling pathways in many different cell types, organisms, and environments, from the study of cancer to the impact of spaceflight.
Polystyrene beads are ideal for particle sizing and sensitivity testing because they easily trigger the MFI imaging detector, yielding consistent and precise sizing and concentration results over a large size range. To ensure correct usage, this application note discusses recommended guidelines on how to use bead calibration for sizing and concentration verification on the MFI 5000 series with or without the Bot1 autosampler.
Here we show two case studies illustrating the Bio-Techne dTAG workflow. We present data to demonstrate the value of testing both CRBN- and VHL-recruiting dTAG Degraders for each POI target as well as the use of negative control Degraders. We also show the utility of using a FKBP12 antibody for detecting POI∙dTAG fusion molecules, allowing for a more simplified
procedure when probing multiple targets.
At the Karolinska Institute, Nageswara Rao Boggavarapu and his colleagues have been investigating endometrial receptivity and the mechanism of human embryo implantation in 3D in vitro cell culture models. This article shows how he has utilized ProteinSimple’s Simple Western platforms to accelerate his protein analysis and produce high quality reproducible data.
Kirstine Nolling-Jensen and researchers at Landspitali - the National University Hospital Iceland have been using ProteinSimple’s Jess to run automated protein separation and immunodetection assays. This article highlights how she has overcome the challenges associated with traditional Western blotting to further her research into the roles of neutrophils and natural killer cells in the resolution of inflammation.