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Neuron Isolation Enzyme (with papain) for Pierce™ Primary Cell Isolation Kits

Catalog number: 88285
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Thermo Scientific™

Neuron Isolation Enzyme (with papain) for Pierce™ Primary Cell Isolation Kits

Catalog number: 88285
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Catalog Number
88285
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1 vial
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Neuronal Isolation Enzyme (with papain) is a tissue-specific dissociation reagent for the isolation of primary cortical and hippocampal neurons from mouse/rat embryonic brain tissue and is a component of the Thermo Scientific™ Pierce™ Primary Neuron Isolation Kit (Product No. 88280).

Papain has been demonstrated to be more effective and less harsh than other proteases for tissue dissociation. When used with Cardiomyocyte Isolation Enzyme 2 (with thermolysin), it improves digestion efficiency and cell yield of primary cardiomyocytes.

Papain Information:

Source:Papaya latex
Molecular mass: 23kDa
Optimal pH: 6.0-7.0

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An efficient method for the isolation of highly functional primary neurons

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

Specifications

Product Type
Cell Isolation Enzyme
Cell Type
Neuronal Cells (Pre-Natal), Primary Cells
Target Species
Rat, Mouse
Form
Solid
Product Line
Pierce™
Quantity
1 Vial

Contents & Storage

Stability: 1 year at -20°C
Storage of Reconstituted Enzyme: -20°C for 6 months and up to two freeze-thaw cycles, or 1 week at 4°C. Enzyme use after prolonged storage may result in poor performance.

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