Cell Lysis Detergents

These cell lysis detergent products include surfactants, detergent solutions, and solid detergents for cell lysis reagent formulations in various applications in protein research and molecular biology.
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Thermo Scientific™ Triton X-100 Detergent Surfact-Amps Solution is highly-purified Triton X-100 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution in 10mL glass ampules.
Thermo Scientific™ CHAPS is a zwitterionic detergent that is especially well suited for protecting the native state of proteins.
Thermo Scientific™ Surfact-Amps 58 Detergent Solution is highly-purified Brij™-58 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution in 10mL glass ampules.
Gibco CTS AAV-MAX Lysis Buffer is a ready-to-use cell lysis reagent for the extraction of adeno-associated virus (AAV) particles from producer HEK293 cells. The cell lysis is detergent-based, eliminating the need for mechanical cell disruption, providing a milder and easier alternative when...
Triton X-100 (1%) Invitrogen™
This reagent, a component of the Fetal Hemoglobin (HbF) test, comes as a 1% solution that can be diluted in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) containing bovine serum albumin (BSA) and sodium azide to create a 0.1% working solution.
Thermo Scientific™ Tween-20 Detergent Surfact-Amps Solution is highly-purified Tween-20 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution in 10mL glass ampules.
Gibco AAV-MAX Lysis Buffer is a ready-to-use cell lysis reagent for the extraction of adeno-associated virus (AAV) particles from producer HEK293 cells. Cell lysis is detergent-based, eliminating the need for mechanical cell disruption, providing a milder and easier alternative when isolating AAV...
Glucoside detergents are a class of non-ionic detergents commonly used in biochemical and biophysical research. These detergents are derived from glucose and possess unique properties that make them suitable for various applications.
Thermo Scientific™ Tween-80 Detergent Surfact-Amps™ Solution is highly-purified Tween-80 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution in 10mL glass ampules.
Thermo Scientific™ Surfact-Amps Detergent Sampler is a convenient collection of various Thermo Scientific™ Surfact-Amps Detergent Solutions and selected other useful detergents for protein research methods.
Thermo Scientific™ NP-40 Detergent Surfact-Amps Solution is highly-purified NP-40 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution.
Thermo Scientific™ Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (Lauryl) is standard-grade SDS detergent for use in protein polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE). Additional Information and Online Ordering »
Brij™-35, 30% Solution Thermo Scientific™
This Thermo Scientific formulation of Brij 35 is a stabilized 30% (w/w) solution of Brij-35 detergent for use in various protein methods. Brij 35 is a nonionic polyoxyethylene surfactant that is most frequently used as a component of cell lysis buffers or a surfactant in various HPLC applications.
Thermo Scientific™ Brij-35 Detergent Solutions are stabilized 10% and 30% solutions of Brij-35 detergent for use in various protein methods. Additional Information and Online Ordering »
Thermo Scientific™ Triton X-114 Detergent Surfact-Amps™ Solution is highly-purified Triton X-114 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution in 10mL glass ampules.
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Structure and diversity of cells Cell lysis and protein extraction Cell fractionation and organelle isolation Protease inhibition and protein stabilization Protein refolding Recommended reading, Cell Lysis (Total Protein Extraction) Selection Guide Detergents for Protein Solubilization Subcellular...
Detergents are a class of molecules whose unique properties enable manipulation (disruption or formation) of hydrophobic-hydrophilic interactions among molecules in biological samples. In protein research, detergents are used to lyse cells (release soluble proteins), solubilize membrane proteins and...
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