GE Healthcare CyDye DIFluors: Saturation Dye Labeling Kits
Allow detection of up to three prelabeled protein samples and standards on the same 2-D electrophoresis gel
Manufacturer: GE Healthcare 25800983
- Size- and charge-matched dyes enable co-migration of labeled samples within the gel
- Bright and highly sensitive dyes allow the use of the minimal labeling technique
- Minimal loss of signal during labeling, separation, and scanning
- No change in signal over wide pH range used during first-dimension (IEF) separation
- Discrete signal from each fluor with minimal cross-talk contributes to high accuracy
Contain 100nm each Cy3 and Cy5 saturation dyes sufficient for at least 12 labeling reactions, using as little as 5µg protein per reaction. 25-8009-84 contains an additional vial of Cy3 saturation dye (400nm) for labeling up to 500µg of protein in a preparative gel.
For applications where only small amounts of sample are available, for example, in Laser Capture Microdissection.
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|The Scarce Sample Labeling Kit are designed to be used for applications only small amounts of sample are available, for example, in laser capture microdissection|
|Amersham CyDye DIGE Fluor Labeling Kit|
|100nM each of Cy3 and Cy5|
|100nM CyDye DIGE Fluor Cy3 saturation dye for analytical labeling, 100nM CyDye DIGE Fluor Cy5 saturation dye for analytical labeling|
|-15° to -30°C|
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