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Northern and Southern Blot Protocols & Introduction
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.
How to Create PLA® Probes
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.
Counterstaining after the Duolink In Situ Protocol
We recommend applying the counterstaining protocol after the completion of the Amplification step in section 7.3, step 5 of the Duolink In Situ Fluorescence User Manual.
Duolink® PLA Probemaker Guide
Guide to create custom PLA probes for immunofluorescent or brightfield detection
Purification or Removal of DNA-Binding Proteins
This page shows how to purify or remove DNA-binding proteins with Heparin Sepharose High Performance, Heparin Sepharose 6 Fast Flow, Capto Heparin from GE Healthcare.
Using Duolink™ in Multiwell Plates
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...
Handling and Storage Protocol for Synthetic Peptides
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) Protocol
Protocol for Chromatin Isolation by RNA Purification (ChIRP) Protocol
Duolink® PLA Multicolor Detection Protocol
Duolink® PLA Multicolor Detection Protocol
Duolink® In Situ Short Instructions - Fluorescence
This page details the Duolink® In Situ Short Protocol for fluorescence detection
Using Duolink® in Protein Interaction Studies
The video follows the simple and straightforward procedure that allows you to detect, quantify and obtain cell localization of protein interactions and their modifications in a single experiment.
Protocol for Anti Ago-RNA Immunoprecipitation from mammalian cells using the RIP kit
Protocol for Anti Ago-RNA Immunoprecipitation from mammalian cells using the RIP kit
Duolink® PLA Flow Cytometry Protocol
Protocol for use of Duolink® PLA reagents for the detection of individual proteins, protein modifications, and protein-protein interactions within cell populations by flow cytometry.
RNA Immunoprecipitation qPCR (RIP- qPCR) Protocol
RNA Immunoprecipitation qPCR (RIP- qPCR) brief protocol
Duolink® PLA Brightfield Protocol
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.