BenchMark™ Fluorescent Protein Standard

Catalog number: LC5928

Novex™  Related applications: Protein Gel Electrophoresis

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Description

The BenchMark™ Fluorescent Protein Standard consists of fluorescent dye-conjugated proteins, ranging in size from ~11-155 kDa*. The standard proteins can be resolved into sharp bands in SDS-PAGE and visualized using a UV transilluminator or commonly used laser scanner systems. The BenchMark™ Fluorescent Protein Standard offers:

• Seven tight, clear bands that resolve well in NuPAGE® Bis-Tris Gels and Novex® Tris-Glycine Gels (Figure 1)
• Visualization directly under the UV light box along with the proteins labeled with the Lumio™ Green Detection Reagent
• Easy molecular weight estimation for fluorescence-conjugated proteins in SDS-PAGE and western blots
• A ready-to-use format
• Detection with Coomassie® Brilliant Blue R-250
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

System: SDS-PAGE
Size Range: 11 to 155 kDa
Stain Type: Fluorescent
Product Size: 125 µL
Gel Compatibility: NuPAGE® Bis-Tris Gels, Novex® Tris-Glycine Gels
Shipping Condition: Dry Ice

Contents & storage

125 µl (25-50 applications) is provided in loading buffer consisting of Tris-HCl, SDS, Glycerol, and Coomassie® Blue G-250. Store at -20°C. Avoid repeated freezing and thawing. Stable for 6 months when properly stored.

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