Obtain fast, simple, highly reproducible, and sensitive immunocapture and protein digestion in a single well using Thermo Scientific™ SMART Digest™ ImmunoAffinity (IA) Streptavidin Kits. These kits were designed to remove the challenges often associated with the process of biomarker quantitation by providing a simple and easy capture-digestion workflow that takes only hours instead of overnight. The kit purifies various target biomolecules via the formation of strong streptavidin-biotin bond.
|Catalog number||Product Size||Description||Price (USD)|
|60110-101||'>Each||'><p>SMART Digest IA Kit, Streptavidin (Av) non-magnetic</p>|
|60110-102||'>Each||'><p>SMART Digest IA Kit, Av non-magnetic with SOLAµ SPE and collection plate</p>|
|60110-103||'>Each||'><p>SMART Digest IA Kit, Av magnetic with SOLAµ SPE and collection plate</p>|
|60110-104||'>Each||'><p>SMART Digest IA Kit, Av magnetic</p>|
The need to improve the ability to identify low-level biomarkers is forcing the analytical community to deal with extremely high levels of analyte and sample complexity, which makes quantitation challenging.
As these proteins are often present at low levels in complex biological matrices, an immunoaffinity capture step is typically employed to purify the sample and increase sensitivity. This step is often followed by protein digestion. Current processes are often time consuming, multistep, and prone to irreproducibility.Immunocapture and Protein Digestion in a Single Well
These IA kits deliver a process that is:
In SMART Digest IA Kits, the immunocapture reagents and the temperature-activated, thermally stable trypsin are co-immobilized onto a resin. Following enrichment, the enzyme is activated at elevated temperatures for accelerated digestion under protein denaturing conditions, resulting in a workflow which takes hours rather than overnight.
How do advances in digestion, separation, mass detection & data interpretation remove roadblocks in protein characterization?
How can characterization and quantitation of bio-therapeutics can be made easier, faster and more reproducible?