WESTAR SUPERNOVA

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WESTAR SUPERNOVA

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WESTAR SUPERNOVA is a high performance product with an exceptional signal intensity and stable light output for low femtogram detection level.

The formulation provides a low background for a high signal to noise ratio.

Properties for WESTAR SUPERNOVA

Description WESTAR SUPERNOVA is a high performance product with an exceptional signal intensity and stable light output for low femtogram detection level.
The formulation provides a low background for a high signal to noise ratio.
Features Low femtogram detection
Signal intensity equals to current top-level competitors at least
Working solution stable for at least three days
Low antibody consumption to save your money
Components Luminol/enhancer solution (A)
Peroxide solution (B)
Antibody Dilution Range Primary: 1:5.000 - 1:100.000
Secondary: 1:100.000 - 1:500.000
(from 1 mg/mL stock solution)
Available as 2 x 10 mL kit (200 cm2 of membrane)
2 x 50 mL kit (1000 cm2 of membrane)
Signal duration 11 hours
Storage Stable for 1 year at RT
Product is shipped at ambient temperature

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