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SDS-Out™ SDS Precipitation Kit

Catalog number: 20308
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Thermo Scientific™

SDS-Out™ SDS Precipitation Kit

Catalog number: 20308
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Catalog Number
20308
Unit Size
10 mL
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The Thermo Scientific SDS-Out SDS Precipitation Kit provides convenient removal of SDS from small-volume (0.1 to 10 mL) protein samples.

Features of SDS-Out SDS Precipitation Reagent:

• Convenient removal of SDS from microliter-volume samples
• Use for samples containing 0.1 to 1% SDS
• Minimal dilution of small-volume samples
• Protein recovery is 90 to 100% (based on tests with BSA, cytochrome C, soybean trypsin inhibitor, ovalbumin, ribonuclease A, myoglobin and human IgG)

The simple reagent and kit effectively remove excess SDS from small protein samples. Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) is a detergent typically used in cell lysis reagents and other protein solubilization buffers. Traditional methods for SDS removal include prolonged dialysis, anion exchange chromatography, affinity columns or and acetone precipitation. By comparison, the SDS-Out Precipitation Reagent is relatively easy to use and provides excellent protein recovery.

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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Product Type
SDS Precipitation Kit
Column Type
Precipitation, Filtration, n/a
Product Line
SDS-Out™
Purification Target
Detergent Removal
Sufficient For
200 mL Protein Solution
Quantity
1 Kit
Format
Kit, Microcentrifuge, Spin Column

Contents & Storage

Sufficient For: Precipitation of SDS from 200 mL of protein solution
• SDS Precipitation Reagent, 10 mL
• Spin Cup Columns, 12 columns
• Collection Tubes, 12 tubes

Upon receipt, store components at 4°C.

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