New Protein Stain – PageBlue

Dye-Based Protein Gel Stains

ROCKFORD, Ill. (August 12, 2011) – Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, today announced the availability of the Thermo Scientific PageBlue Protein Staining Solution. This unique solution uses the colloidal properties of coomassie G-250 dye to stain proteins in polyacrylamide gels and on polyvinylidene (PVDF) membranes. The solution exhibits a dynamic range

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Economical PageBlue Protein Staining Solution

Dye-Based Protein Gel Stains

Thermo Scientific PageBlue Protein Staining Solution is a sensitive, economical formulation of colloidal coomassie G-250 dye for endpoint staining of proteins in polyacrylamide gels and on PVDF membranes without methanol or acetic acid.

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Family of Protein Molecular Weight Markers

Protein Molecular Weight Markers

ROCKFORD, Ill. (Feb. 22, 2011) – Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, has introduced a family of protein molecular weight standards for use in monitoring protein separation during SDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. These standards enable researchers to determine approximate molecular weight of proteins and verify Western blot transfer efficiency. All markers are

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Spectra and PageRuler Protein Molecular Weight Ladders

Protein Molecular Weight Markers

The Thermo Scientific Spectra Multicolor and PageRuler Protein Ladders are mixtures of recombinant proteins in various size ranges for use as size standards in protein electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) and Western blotting. Spectra Multicolor Protein Ladders have 4 colors of protein bands, while the PageRuler Ladders are available in multi-color, single color and unstained versions.

SuperSignal Molecular Weight Protein Standards

Protein Electrophoresis and Staining

Thermo Scientific SuperSignal Molecular Weight Protein Standards (20K to 150K) are a ready-to-use mix of recombinant proteins with IgG-binding sites that provide reliable and proportional band intensities in stained gels and immunoblots developed with chemiluminescent, fluorescent, chromogenic or other detection systems.

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