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ECL Start Western Blotting Detection Reagent

Cytiva RPN3243, pkg of 200 mL


shelf life

Please be aware this product may be shipped 90 days before the expiration date. For more information on the batch specific expiration date, please contact technical service.


pkg of 200 mL


Cytiva RPN3243

storage temp.

room temp

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General description

Amersham ECL start is a chemiluminescent detection reagent in the Amersham ECL product family that is recommended for confirmatory analysis and detection of high to medium levels of endogenous proteins. Amersham ECL start has a long signal duration, which enables multiple exposures of the membrane, plus a convenient time window between experiment and analysis.


ECL Start western blotting detection reagent has been used in western blotting.

Features and Benefits

  • Flexibility: Long signal duration provides assay design flexibility and robust detection of large experimental sets.
  • Low background: Produces low background, regardless of the method of detection.
  • Stability of the working solution: The working solution is stable for 5 days.
  • Long shelf life: A long shelf life of 18 months is convenient for those who run Western blots infrequently.

Analysis Note

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Legal Information

ECL is a trademark of Cytiva

Storage Class Code

12 - Non Combustible Liquids



Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

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