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N-terminal Sequencing from Primm Biotech, Inc.

ProductsN-terminal Sequencing from Primm Biotech, Inc.
Company Primm Biotech, Inc.
Item N-terminal Sequencing
Price $132.00
Description Provide us with target blotted protein on PVDF membrane or with protein in solution (preferably in water)

The N-terminal sequence of proteins (5-20 residues) can be carried out on samples purified by HPLC or mono-and bidimensional SDS-PAGE, followed by electroblotting on PVDF (Polyvinylidene difluoride) membranes using the well known EDMAN degradation method. Pre-treatment of the sample, i.e. reduction and alkylation of the cysteine residues, is also performed.

Set-up for protein sequencing + $96.00/each amino acid
Info Primm Biotech, Inc.Primm Biotech, Inc.
Box 425695 Kendall Square
Cambridge, MA 02142

Call Primm Biotech, Inc. to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use numbers below)
USA Canada 1-866-526-1665
Customer Service: 800-893-4388
Fax Number: 617-325-2703
Web Site: http://www.primmbiotech.com
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