How do I use the new Smart Search feature to run a 2-Ab or 3-Ab panel?

To perform a 2-Ab query of ACTIN-SM and CYCLIN D1. Follow the steps for a single Ab search. [For instructions on running a single Ab query, please review the “Run a Single Ab Panel” tutorial.] Enter your first search term (i.e., “actin”) and select “ACTIN-SM” as Ab1. Notice that the word, “actin” is still highlighted in the search box. To enter the second antibody, simply start typing the common antibody name “cyclin” into the search box. The word “actin” will be replaced by the typed word.

Click the plusnext to “CYCLIN D1” or the name itself until it appears under the Selected ABS heading. Notice that once this antibody name has been selected a check appears next to the name in the place of the plus sign. In addition, the name “CYCLIN D1” appears under the Selected ABSheading. The info will display associated clone names for Selected ABS each selection. You may remove “CYCLIN D1” from the list by clicking the minus next to the name.

Click the red buildpanel button to run this 2-Ab query or continue reading for instructions on running a 3-Ab query.

To perform a 3-Ab query of ACTIN-SM, CYCLIN D1, and CD117. Follow the steps for a 2-Ab search. Two antibodies, “ACTIN-SM” and “CYCLIN D1” appear under the Selected ABS heading. Notice that the word “cyclin” is still highlighted in the search box. To enter the third antibody, simply start typing the common antibody class name “c-kit” into the search box. The word “cyclin” will be replaced by the typed word. [For ideas on effective keyword searches, please review our “Keyword Search” tutorial]

Click the plus next to “CD117” or the name itself until it appears under the Selected ABS heading. Notice that once this antibody name has been selected a check appears next to the name. The infowill display associated clone names of each selection.

Click thebuildpanel button to run this 3-Ab query.

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