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Protein Isolation

ExtractPRO™ Protein Extraction Reagent
Special Designed Total Protein Extraction Reagent for 2-D Electrophoresis.

ExtractPRO™ Protein Extraction Reagent is a new formula reagent for wide range of bio-samples protein extracting and can remove most of DNA, RNA, and cell debris with simple extraction procedure. ExtractPRO™ Protein Extraction Reagent can effectively collect protein sample without using protease inhibitor and the sample can also be preserved for long term after adding ExtractPRO™ reagent.
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Highlights:

 

  • Shorten experiment time with lower cost
  • Protease inhibitor and freeze/thaw cycle are not required
  • Compatible for most bio-samples, including plant, animal, tissue, and microorganism protein extraction
  • Effectively maintain protein condition during long term preservation with only ExtractPRO™ reagent

 

 

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Cat. No. Product Name Description
EP05-30 ExtractPRO™ Protein Extraction Reagent

  30mL solution

 

 

 

Product Detail:

 

 

Figure 1. Protein extract efficiency with different sample sources.

Cell line (K562), animal tissue (pig liver), fungi (PE1), and bacteria (E. coli) extracted by freeze and thaw or ExtractPRO™; 12.5% SDS-PAGE stained by CBR method. ExtractPRO™ extract high amount of total protein from different samples than traditional freeze and thaw method.

 

 

 

 

Figure 2.  Total protein extract amount after storage in ExtractPRO.

Cell line SP-2 preserved in ExtractPRO without protease inhibitor for 0, 14, and 28 days. Protein quantified by Bradford method.

 

 

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