Parmita Kar

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Western blotting is a widely used analytical technique for detection of specific protein(s) in a given sample of tissue/cell homogenate or extract. Both chemiluminescence (CL) and colorimetric detections can be used for imaging Western blots. Colorimetric substrates offer background free, sensitive, and clean imaging results directly on the blotted membrane(More)
We discovered a new class of nontoxic, highly fluorogenic and biocompatible probe AFN for selective staining of intracellular Lipid Droplets (LDs) in both fixed and live human cervical cancer cells (HeLa) and 3T3-L1 pre-adipocytes without any background artifacts. The salient features of the probe are its visible excitation maximum, aqueous compatibility,(More)
Protein blotting is a widely used analytical technique for detection of specific protein(s) in a given sample of tissue or cell homogenate or extract. Both chemiluminescence (CL) and colorimetric detections can be used for imaging protein blots in western blotting. Here we describe a methodology for stripping such western blots, already developed with the(More)
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