We briefly describe the Pierce qIP Assay System and then demonstrate its utility by presenting results from several example experiments, including one performed as an HTS compatible assay in 384-well plates which yielded high signal-to-noise ratios and Z’ values.
Protein Biology Application Notes
Protein Biology Application Notes are journal-style articles that report on research applications and proof-of-concept experiments with various products from our vast portfolio.
The articles in the current library feature Thermo Scientific™ Pierce™ Products and were first published on the legacy Pierce website. Do you want to read more about the experiments whose results are featured as tables or figures on individual product pages? Are you interested in learning how different reagents and instrumentation can be used in combination to investigate real-world research questions? You are likely to find such answers among these Application Notes, which are written and presented in an authored and citable journal-article format familiar to scientists.
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In this article, we report on the use of the Pierce Primary Neuron Isolation Kit method for generating high-yield, high-viability, high-quality neuronal cultures as manifested by their morphological characteristics, cell-specific protein expression, and the extent of synaptic scaling.
The Thermo Scientific myECL Imager—incorproating a cooled-CCD camera—offers digital imaging with a number of improvements over film detection, including greater signal sensitivity, linearity, and dynamic range.
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