Are you working with limited sample?
Do you wish you could do more with your small and precious sample? Can your analysis methods handle characterizing low abundance proteins in extremely small samples? Our Simple Western systems can help save your sample.
NanoPro 1000 is a conservationist. He uses as few as 25 cells per assay, even when characterizing low abundance populations such as primary cells, fine-needle tumor aspirates and laser capture microdissection. Save your cells and a chunk of time too!
Sound too good to be true? See what others are saying about NanoPro 1000"The Simple Western Charge assay, a capillary isoelectric focusing immunoassay, exceeded the reliability of 2D Western blots for resolving recombinant PKG-Iα and PKG-Iβ and uses 100,000X less sample quantity, making it well-suited for clinical disease proteomics because protein isoforms and post-translational modifications can be detected in precious tissue biopsies."
- Mary G. Johlfs, M.S., Director of Research Operations/Scientist, Roseman University of Health Sciences
Want to learn how others are using NanoPro 1000 to overcome challenges with limited clinical material?
Watch our webinar to learn how Dr. Mark Aspinall-O’Dea, Manchester University, used NanoPro 1000 to work with limited sample sizes deriving from clinical respiratory disease and cancer research.
Want to learn more about NanoPro 1000?
Download our brochure and learn how NanoPro 1000 can characterize cell signaling in your smallest samples.
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