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BSA blocking buffer have a high affinity for proteins. A variety of blocking buffers ranging from milk or normal serum to highly purified proteins have been used to block free sites on a membrane. It is a good blocking agent that is easily prepared in the lab. It can be used in a range from 0.3% to 5%. It is also useful for saturating excess protein-binding sites on the membranes and microplates in immunoassays.
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Reichard, A. C.; Cheemarla, N. R.; Bigley, N. J. SOCS1/3 Expression Levels in HSV-1-Infected, Cytokine-Polarized and -Unpolarized Macrophages. J. Interferon Cytokine Res. 2015, 35 (1), 32-41.