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Meet Abby™, the next generation chemiluminescence western protein analyzer who moves your Western workflow into the 21st
century. Abby automates the protein separation and immunodetection of traditional Western blotting, eliminating many of the tedious, error-prone steps. Just load your samples and reagents into the microplate, and Abby does the rest. She separates your proteins by size and precisely manages antibody additions, incubations, washes, detection steps, and even the analysis. Come back to fully analyzed and quantitated results of 24 samples in as little as 3 hours. With Abby’s chemiluminescent detection you’ll get
picogram-level sensitivity, letting you maximize the data you get from your sample. Best of all, you get reliable and reproducible
results with target normalization to the amount of protein loaded.
Analysis is a breeze. Want to identify whether a protein is present or absent? Abby gives you the qualitative Western data you are
used to seeing. Even better, she’ll quantitate the results for you too. With just a few clicks you’ll be analyzing immunoassay-like
standard curves and precisely quantifying your protein. Annotate your data directly in Compass for publication ready images. Abby,
she’s the next generation Western super-hero.
Meet Jess, your protein analysis problem solver. Jess automates the protein separation and immunodetection of traditional Western blotting, eliminating many of the tedious, error-prone steps. Just load your samples and reagents into the microplate and Jess does the rest.
This document supports the use of Simple Western™ systems (Wes™, SallySue™, PeggySue™ and NanoPro 1000™) in a Quality Control (QC) and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) environments. All functionality is integrated in Compass for Simple Western software (version 2.0 and above) for compliance with 21 CFR Part 11. The information presented assumes that the appropriate system configuration parameters have been set.
Protein analysis comes with many challenges—labor-intensive protocols increase time to result and multiple hands-on steps increase user error and data variability. At best, you end up with Western blot-like,
semi-quantitative results when what you really need, and deserve, is highly reproducible immunoassay quantitation. Discover more and solve your protein analysis problems with Simple Western.