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Invitrogen™ No-Stain™ Protein Labeling Reagent Non-distribution product as customer accommodation.

A fast, easy to use, covalent protein labeling reagent, applied to a membrane after gel transfer that provides sensitive, linear detection of protein for total protein normalization of western blotting data. The Invitrogen No-Stain Reagent can also be used as a fast, sensitive gel stain for visualization of proteins in a gel.

$50.00 - $150.00

Specifications

For Use With (Application) Compatible with all downstream immunodetection steps (blocking, antibody binding, chemiluminescent or fluorescence based detection
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Description

Description

  • Flexible use labeling format—Use with any protein gel of choice to perform total protein labeling of the membrane post-transfer. Or use it as a fast protein stain after electrophoresis of gels you do not intend to transfer.
  • Easy to use protocol—Mix and incubate with the transferred membrane. The reaction time is 10 minutes. Gel staining is also a 10 minute reaction.
  • Flexible visualization—Use a wide-range of imagers with UV, Green LED or Fluorescence (~488 mm) light source, including the iBright FL1500 Imaging System, to capture an image.
  • Accurate total protein normalization—Designed to provide accurate total protein normalization over a broad linear range for protein detection: 1–80 µg total protein loaded per well.
  • Sensitive and stable signal—Protein bands are detected down to 20 ng and the signal is compatible with downstream antibody detection.
  • Total protein normalization is a useful method for obtaining accurate, quantitative western blotting data, as housekeeping proteins can often be affected by experimental conditions.
Specifications

Specifications

Compatible with all downstream immunodetection steps (blocking, antibody binding, chemiluminescent or fluorescence based detection
Safety and Handling

Safety and Handling

ShelfLife : 1 year from date of manufacturing

SDS

For Research Use Only

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