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Find answers to frequently asked questions about our product ranges in this section below.

Latex Conjugation Kit FAQs

1. What is different about the Latex Conjugation Kit? The latex particles are specially treated to enhance the handling of the latex and permit easy covalent attachment of antibodies and other proteins. The conjugation reaction is initiated simply by adding a solution of the antibody to the freeze-dried powder; the hands on time is 3…

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Lightning-Link® Kits FAQs

How to conjugate your antibody in one easy step

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Magnetic Conjugation Kit FAQs

Magnetic Conjugation Kit Frequently Asked Questions View below frequently asked questions about Expedeon’ magnetic conjugation kit, if you have further questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch… 1.How many magnetic particles are in each kit? A Mini vial provides 25µl 1% conjugated particles, and a Midi vial provides 250ul 1% conjugate. The amount of…

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PiColorLock Phosphate Detection System FAQs 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for PiColorLock Phosphate Detection System

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Ponceau S FAQs

Is Ponceau S solution suitable for both nitrocellulose and PVDF membranes? Yes, it is. Ponceau S solution has been tested on both nitrocellulose and PVDF membranes and it provided reproducible data as well as a high signal-to-noise ratio. Is Ponceau S solution suitable with different blocking agents other than BSA? Yes, it is. Ponceau S…

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PPS Silent® Surfactant FAQs

What is PPS Silent Surfactant? PPS Silent Surfactant is a mass spectrometry compatible reagent for extraction and solubilization of hydrophobic proteins and improvement of in-solution enzymatic protein digestions. What does PPS stand for? PPS Silent Surfactant is a pyridinium propyl sulfonate. What is the structural formula of PPS? 3-[3-(1,1-bisalkyloxyethyl)pyridin-1-yl]propane-1-sulfonate. Does PPS Silent Surfactant affect mass…

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Proteoloc™ Protease Inhibitor Cocktails FAQs

What Does the Proteoloc Protease Inhibitor Cocktail Do? The Proteoloc Protease Inhibitor Cocktail protects proteins from endogenous protease activity during extraction. Is the Proteoloc Protease Inhibitor Cocktail Compatible with MySample Cells and Tissues? Yes. The Proteoloc Protease Inhibitor Cocktail is suitable for use during protein extraction from mammalian tissues and cells, yeasts, fungal cells, and…

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RunBlue Bis-Tris FAQs

Do you know why the gel took 3 hours to run half way? Check whether the appropriate running buffer to separate the proteins is used. Expedeon Bis-tris gels, along with the NuPAGE gels, need MES or MOPS running buffer to separate the proteins. They allow proteins to run slower. Are Expedeon Bis Tris gels larger…

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Streptavidin FAQs

1. What is the best storage condition for the kit? The kit is shipped at ambient temperature and its components need different storage temperatures. Upon arrival, the plastic pot containing the strips, manufactured with molecular sieves integrated into the walls, must be kept at 4⁰C. The lyophilized control vial must be stored at -20⁰C; once…

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SunScript® FAQs

1. Is SunScript® RT compatible with other DNA polymerase to use it in a single-tube reaction? There is no problem to use our SunScript® enzyme together with other DNA Polymerase, it should work. In fact, we have a One-Step RT-PCR kit in which we combine SunScript with a High Fidelity Taq Polymerase to perform both…

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Thiol Quantification kit FAQs

When and why would you quantify the number of free thiols in a sample? Quantifying the number of free thiols in a sample can be useful in a number of applications. For example, if the final purpose is the conjugation of a thiolated molecule to a maleimide – activated label, quantifying the number of free…

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Thunder-Link® PLUS FAQs

Thunder-Link® technology enables quick and easy conjugation of oligonucleotides to antibodies

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