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Protein Purification Plate Centrifuge compatible from ABgene

ProductsProtein Purification Plate Centrifuge compatible from ABgene
Company ABgene
Item Protein Purification Plate Centrifuge compatible
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Description ABgene's Protein Purification Plates are designed for quick and easy protein purification from SDS-PAGE gels. The 96-well plates feature two 0.25mm holes laser cut at the conical ends of each well. The wells remain liquid-tight during incubation of the gel matrix with buffer, during which time the protein diffuses from the gel into the buffer. Following a centrifugation step, the purified protein is eluted into a collection plate and is then ready for analysis.

Features
Quick and simple protocol less than 40 minutes
Purifies full-length proteins from SDS-PAGE gels
MALDI-TOF compatible
Protocol can be followed by trypsin digest if required
Plates are centrifuge-compatible

Applications
N-terminus sequencing
Immuno-labelling
Protein quantification
MALDI-TOF analysis

Info ABgeneABgene
ABgene House
Blenheim Road
Epsom
Surrey KT19 9AP
UK
Customer Service: +44 (0)1372 723456
Fax Number: +44 (0)1372 741414
Web Site: http://www.abgene.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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