|Pack size||50ml, enough for 1-5g of bacteria cells|
|Applications||Bacterial Protein Extraction|
|Description||Lyse bacterial cell and extract recombination protein. Easy and fast operation.|
Boster's Bacterial Protein Extraction Kit features:
- 1. Small scale, simple, reagent based no need for physical, heating procedures. No need for special equipment.
- 2. Compatible with cultured cells and tissues.
- 3. Compatible with WB, SDS-page, IP and BCA/protein assays.
- 4. Procedure takes less than one hour, simple and fast.
- 5. Low cross contamination < 10%
|Product Name||Bacterial Protein Extraction Kit|
|Description||Bacterial Protein Extraction kit uses a mild detergent for protein extraction from bacteria cells, allowing maximal protein solubilization and minimal interference with protein biological activity enabling direct use in downstream analysis.|
|Application||Immunoassays: WB, ELISA, RIA, immunoprecipitation; reporter assays; protein kinase assays; protein purifications; folding studies; chromatographic studies; DNA-protein interaction assays|
|Pack Size||50ml, enough for 1-5g of bacteria cells|
|Reagent Type||detergent solution, cell lysis buffer|
|Product Type||Ready to use|
|Reactivity/severeness||Bland, minimal amount of detergent, detergent is dialyzable|
|Enzymatic Activity||None; use additives to add function|
|Additional components compatibility||Compatible with additives, e.g. protease inhibitors (PMSF), reducing agents, chelating agents, salts|
|Downstream methods compatibility||Compatible with standard protein detection methods; immunoassays; enzyme assays; common reporter assays|
|Storage||Store at 4˚C for one year|
|Precautions||FOR RESEARCH USE ONLY. NOT FOR DIAGNOSTIC AND CLINICAL USE|
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Q: Can your Bacterial Cell Protein Extraction Reagent be used for gram positive cells or gram negative cells?
A: The Bacterial Cell Protein Extraction Reagent is a western blot reagent that can used for both gram positive and gram negative cells.