As shown in the table, the Bradford assay is well suited to quick protein quantification; however, accuracy is slightly reduced when it comes to the comparison between different proteins of identical concentrations. While the BCA assay and the Lowry assay are superior in this aspect, they take considerably longer to prepare. All three assays are more or less susceptible to distortion of their results by certain substances (see above).
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