Thermo Scientific™

1M TEAB and 50% Hydroxylamine Buffers for TMT Experiments

Catalog number: 90114
Thermo Scientific™

1M TEAB and 50% Hydroxylamine Buffers for TMT Experiments

Catalog number: 90114
Pre-formulated TEAB and 50% hydroxylamine designed for use in TMT labeling and quenching of peptides.
 
Catalog Number
90114
Unit Size
50 mL
Description
1M Triethylammonium bicarbonate (TEAB) for TMT experiments
Price (USD)
Availability
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Full specifications
Quantity
Description1M Triethylammonium bicarbonate (TEAB) for TMT experiments
Product TypeBuffer
Product LineTMT™
Starting MaterialCell Lysate
Workflow StepProtein Labeling
Quantity50 mL
Unit Size50 mL
Catalog Number
Unit Size
5 mL
Description
50% Hydroxylamine for TMT experiments
Price (USD)
Availability
-
Full specifications
Quantity
Description50% Hydroxylamine for TMT experiments
Product TypeBuffer
Product LineTMT™
Starting MaterialCell Lysate
Workflow StepProtein Labeling
Quantity5 mL
Unit Size5 mL
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Catalog NumberSpecificationsUnit SizeDescriptionPrice (USD)AvailabilityQuantity
90114Full specifications
50 mL1M Triethylammonium bicarbonate (TEAB) for TMT experiments
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Description1M Triethylammonium bicarbonate (TEAB) for TMT experiments
Product TypeBuffer
Product LineTMT™
Starting MaterialCell Lysate
Workflow StepProtein Labeling
Quantity50 mL
Unit Size50 mL
90115Full specifications
5 mL50% Hydroxylamine for TMT experiments
-
Description50% Hydroxylamine for TMT experiments
Product TypeBuffer
Product LineTMT™
Starting MaterialCell Lysate
Workflow StepProtein Labeling
Quantity5 mL
Unit Size5 mL
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Triethylamonium bicarbonate (TEAB) is a 10X dissolution buffer for isobaric mass tag labeling experiments. 50% hydroxylamine is a 10X quenching reagent for amine-reactive labeling for TMT experiments.

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

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