Proper signal visualization, detection, and quantification are paramount to the acquisition of accurate and reproducible data. Different experiments call for different visualization techniques, ranging from chemiluminescent antibodies for protein assays to laser-guided live animal whole-body fluorescent imaging. Technological advances now ensure that scientists have multiple imaging options to consider for most experiments.
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⋅ Camera-based Western blotting techniques
⋅ Taking gel imaging to the next level
⋅ An overview of in vivo imaging technology
⋅ Key parameters to consider to optimize in vivo imaging
This free eBook was made possible by an educational grant from Analytik Jena.