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HiMark™ Pre-stained Protein Standard

Catalog number: LC5699
Invitrogen™

HiMark™ Pre-stained Protein Standard

Catalog number: LC5699
Catalog Number
LC5699
Unit Size
250 µL
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HiMark Pre-Stained Protein Standard is designed for analysis of high molecular weight proteins and consists of nine protein bands ranging from 30–460 kDa. The protein standard is supplied in a ready-to-use format for direct loading onto gels; no need to heat, reduce, or add sample buffer prior to use.

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To obtain the best results and separation of high molecular weight proteins we recommended using Tris-Acetate gels. HiMark Pre-Stained High Molecular Weight Protein Standard can also be used with NuPAGE 4–12% Bis-Tris gels and NuPAGE MOPS Running Buffer and with Novex 4% Tris-Glycine gels.

Applications
• Monitoring protein migration during SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
• Monitoring protein transfer onto membranes after western blotting
• Sizing of proteins on SDS-PAGE gels and western blots

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

Specifications

Detection Method
Colorimetric
Number of Markers
9
Product Type
Protein Ladder
Ready to Load
Yes
Recommended Applications
Tris-acetate gels
Size Range
30 to 460 kDa
Stain Type
2 colors: Blue, Pink
Gel Compatibility
Novex™ Tris-Glycine Gels, NuPAGE™ Tris-Acetate Gels
Molecular Weight (g/mol)
460, 268, 238, 171, 117, 71, 55, 41, 31 kDa
Product Line
HiMark™
Quantity
250 μL
Shipping Condition
Dry Ice
System Type
Western Blotting, SDS-PAGE

Contents & Storage

Contents: 250 μL of HiMark™ Pre-Stained HMW Protein Standard
Storage Buffer: Tris-HCl, Formamide, SDS, Phenol Red
Storage:Store at -20°C

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