Thermo Scientific GelCode Blue Safe Protein Stain is a fast and sensitive coomassie-dye reagent that provides one-step ultrasensitive detection of proteins in polyacrylamide gels and is formulated to avoid hazardous shipping costs.GelCode Blue Safe Protein Stain is a Coomassie G-250 dye-based reagent for staining protein on polyacrylamide gels and membranes. GelCode Blue Safe Stain provides considerable sensitivity, allowing for the detection down to 9ng of protein. This protein-specific stain allows bands to be viewed directly on a gel or membrane during staining and is compatible with mass spectrometry applications. The staining process is simple and flexible, usually requiring a 15-minute incubation of the gel or sample with the GelCode Blue Safe Protein Stain, followed by a simple water wash to yield blue protein bands and a clear background. Because the supplied Activator Crystals are packaged and shipped dry in a separate bottle, GelCode Blue Safe Protein Stain is classified as nonhazardous under the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) shipping requirements.
Sensitive and fast detect down to 9ng of protein per band in 15 minutes
Safe noncorrosive to skin, nonflammable, and safe to ship and store until activated
Convenient water washes only; no acid-fixative or methanol destain solutions required
Versatile suitable for staining 1D and 2D polyacrylamide gels, nitrocellulose, and PVDF membranes (multiple protocols provided in the instructions)
Compatible useful for qualitative visualization, quantitative densitometry, and downstream excision and analysis by mass spectrometry
Easy to use add and dissolve activator crystals before first use, then simply add reagent to stain gels
Stable store non-activated or activated stain at room temperature for up to one year
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