>> Dot blot your protein, same with the standard
> at different concentrations, wash blots and apply amido black solution
> (something like 0.1 g/100ml in 5% acetic acid, if I am not mistaken). The
> visual comparison of the density of color allows you to estimate
> concentration of the unknown protein. I guess you could develop such an
> assay yourself without buying anything.
No, the kit specifies that the *width* of the dot is used to determine
the concentration, not the colour. If it had been colour I would have
assumed amido black too. It also claims to be an absolute scale, with no
standards required - the kit comes with a scaler to size the dots on and
get the concentration from.
The protocol is dilute, spot, fix, develop. Big surprise, there's no
composition given in the on-line documentation for the dilution,
fixative or developing buffers.
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