Antibody Selection

Antibody Selection

Antibody selection is an important step in ensuring the antibodies in your experiment give you reliable results.

About this course

Antibody selection is essential for knowing that your Western blot results are reliable. There are several things to take into consideration, and those are talked through in detail in this course. As a bonus, you will be able to download a free antibody selection workflow to help you ensure you select the right antibodies for your experiments. 

Curriculum24 min

  • Importance of Antibody Selection
  • Introduction to Antibody Selection 3 min
  • Preview
    Why is Antibody Selection Important? 1 min
  • Target, Primary, and Secondary Antibody Selection
  • Determining Your Target 3 min
  • Determining Your Primary Antibody 1 min
  • Other Considerations for Primary Antibody Determination 3 min
  • Determining Your Secondary Antibodies 3 min
  • Determining Your Antibody Pair 4 min
  • Antibody Screening and Validation
  • Preliminary Screening of Your Antibodies 1 min
  • Antibody Validation and Summary 1 min
  • Return to the Homepage

About this course

Antibody selection is essential for knowing that your Western blot results are reliable. There are several things to take into consideration, and those are talked through in detail in this course. As a bonus, you will be able to download a free antibody selection workflow to help you ensure you select the right antibodies for your experiments. 

Curriculum24 min

  • Importance of Antibody Selection
  • Introduction to Antibody Selection 3 min
  • Preview
    Why is Antibody Selection Important? 1 min
  • Target, Primary, and Secondary Antibody Selection
  • Determining Your Target 3 min
  • Determining Your Primary Antibody 1 min
  • Other Considerations for Primary Antibody Determination 3 min
  • Determining Your Secondary Antibodies 3 min
  • Determining Your Antibody Pair 4 min
  • Antibody Screening and Validation
  • Preliminary Screening of Your Antibodies 1 min
  • Antibody Validation and Summary 1 min
  • Return to the Homepage