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Thiol conjugation reactions and creating and quantifying protein thiols

Thiol conjugation reactions

To help you better understand if the thiol-maleimide approach is the right one for you, we have published this new guide on thiol conjugation reactions.

 Download this guide, if you want to know more about:

  • The thiol-maleimide approach and its advantages
  • The difference between thiol groups and disulfides and how thiol groups are generated
  • How to find out if your sample contains free thiol groups
  • Why thiol reducing agents such as Mercaptoethanol, DTT and TCEP are not interchangeable and how to know which one to choose in your application
  • How to generate maleimide groups in your sample
  • How to take advantage of a range of maleimide-activated labels in your assay
  • How to measure the presence of maleimide groups
  • How optimizing the number of reactive groups can improve conjugation efficiency
  • How to desalt your sample from reactants, reducing agents or stabilizers which could interfere with your reaction

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