There are mainly two types of SEC resins available: silica-based resins and agarose-based resins. Properties of silica-based and agarose-based resins are listed in Table 1. The main difference, which has a practical impact, is that agarose-based resins have much higher pH stability and can thus be cleaned under harsh conditions. Standard protocols for cleaning of agarose-based resins include NaOH. Silica-based resins, on the other hand, decompose at high pH, preventing the use of NaOH in cleaning of these resins. In addition, while agarose has little, if any, tendency to adsorb proteins, silica-based resins might contain residual silanols that can adsorb proteins. Traditionally, agarose-based resins are more commonly used in preparative SEC, while silica-based resins are more used in analytical SEC applications. Today, however, there is a new generation of agarose-based resins available, with smaller, more rigid beads. These resins offer a good complement to the silica-based resins for protein ...
Agarose bead size in affinity chromatography - posted in Protein Expression and Purification: Hello everybody, I have a quick question regarding agarose bead size in affinity chromatography, specifically nickel-coated beads for purification of his-tagged proteins. Im using small columns (1 ml) on an FPLC. If I have a selection of the same column size with the same binding affinity, only differing in bead size (i.e. 34 µm or 165 µm), what is the advantage of smaller beads?...
The effect of agarose gel concentration and field strength on the electrophoretic trapping of open (relaxed) circular DNA was investigated using microscopic measurements of individual molecules stained with a fluorescent dye. Three open circles with sizes of 52.5, 115, and 220 kbp were trapped by the electric field (6 V/cm) and found to be predominately fixed and stretched at a single point in the gel. The length of the stretched circles did not significantly change with agarose concentration of the gels (mass fractions of 0.0025, 0.01, and 0.02). The relaxation kinetics of the trapped circles was also measured in the gels. The relaxation of the large open circles was found to be a slow process, taking several seconds. The velocity and average length of the 52.5 kbp open circles and 48.5 kbp linear DNA were measured during electrophoresis in the agarose gels. The velocity increased when the agarose concentrations were lowered, but the average length of the open-circle DNA (during electrophoresis) did
Gel electrophoresis: add 2 µL loading buffer to every digestion mix, apply about 100 - 200 ng DNA / pocket in gel. Dont forget to apply the uncut BioBrick as well. A good agarose concentration for BioBricks between 0.2 and 3 kb is 1.5 %. The smaller your BioBrick of interest is the higher the agarose concentration should be and vice versa. The gel electrophoresis is made with TAE-buffer. Be sure that you melt your agarose gel in the same buffer you use for the electrophoresis later ...
|p>|strong>|span lang=EN-US>His-tag Agarose (for His-tagged Protein Purification)|/span>|/strong>|/p> |p>|span lang=EN-US>Cambio His-tag (purification) Agaroses are tailored specifically for different his-tag protein purification requirements.  We offer |strong>Nickel-IDA|/strong>, |strong>Nickel-NTA|/strong>, |strong>Cobalt-NTA|/strong> as well as our new |strong>high capacity|/strong> |strong>Nickel-NTA|/strong> beads. If you want to load your own metal ions onto the resin you can choose from two different types of |strong>Unloaded|/strong> immobilized metal affinity chromatography (|strong>IMAC|/strong>) resins in NTA or IDA formats found under the “IMAC” tab.  Cambio NTA and IDA agaroses are made using high performance agarose (BioWorks Workbeads), that provides high binding capacities and reproducible results, both in batch and FPLC chromatography applications.  For small-scale applications we recommend the use of our |strong>magnetic beads|/strong> for
|p||span|2% BCL Agarose Bead Standard is a crosslinked agarose resin with a bead size of 50-150 µm. It is a gel filtration resin commonly used for coupling affinity ligands. The matrix is not pre-activated so the user needs to generate groups for co
NZYTech offers a portfolio of agaroses with different properties and specifications to cover a wide range of needs, such as electrophoresis, cell and enzyme immobilization, in-gel applications or agarose beads preparation. Choose the agarose that most suits your experiment:. ...
Thermo Scientific Pierce Protein A/G Magnetic Agarose Beads provide a fast, convenient method for purification of immunoglobulins from serum, cell culture supernatant, or ascites. For antibody purification, the beads are incubated with the antibody sample and then magnetically separated from the sup
We provide agarose beads for various applications including protein purification, purifying classes, subclasses, fragments of immunoglobulins, and more.
An acid protease from Aspergillus saitoi was immobilized on agarose beads of approximately 100 micrometers diameter. Solutions of gelatin were prepared in a saturated potassium bitartrate buffer and contacted with the immobilized enzyme. The Michaelis-Menten constant was determined to be 7.8 x 10-5 M at 25°C and pH of 3.5.. The maximum velocity of hydrolysis corrected for bed voidage was found to be 6.8 x 10-7 M per second under the same conditions.. ...
Here is the answer that we got from an expert in the LOAB team in Uppsala: The LOABeads system is based on agarose beads, which contain a large internal surface for interaction between an immobilized ligand and its target molecule; e.g., protein A.... ...
... ,Protein A and Protein G bind specifically to Fc regions of many mammalian immunoglobulins. Protein A and Protein G conjugates are commonly used as affinity adsorbents to purify immunoglobulins (antibodies) and immunoglobulin subtypes from serum, hybridoma ascites fluids, tissue culture supernatants,biological,biology supply,biology supplies,biology product
This matrix is a highly crosslinked 4% agarose resin with a bead size of 50-150 µm. It is a gel filtration resin developed for industrial-scale separation of large molecules utilizing higher pressure and flow rates than standard sized beads. The matrix is
Compositions of matter are described which contain restricted cancer cells. When so restricted, the cells produce an unexpectedly high amount of material which suppresses cancer cell proliferation. The phenomenon crosses cancer type and species lines. Processes for making these compositions, and their use, are also described.
The HIS-Select technology has the ability to purify histidine-tagged proteins quickly and with high selectivity. This is due to the patented, non-charged, hydrophilic nickel chelate linkage. The result is notably specific histidine-tag capture with low non-specific binding and reduced nickel leaching. Sigma® now offers a magnetic bead version of the HIS-Select technology for immunoprecipitation, protein purification, and the study of protein-protein interactions.. The magnetic properties allow for:. ...
GST-fused CaMKId-LL(334-433) was expressed in E. coli and CaMKId-LL (334-433) was purified by glutathione Sepharose 4B and PreScission protease, a specific antibody against CaMKId-LL was raised by immunizing a rabbit with purified CaMKId-LL(334-433) as an antigen. The anti-CaMKId-LL antibody was purified by affinity chromatography using CNBr-activated Sepharose 4B (GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences) coupled by CaMKId-LL(334-433). (Senga, Y., Yoshioka, K., Kameshita, I., and Sueyoshi, N. ...
GST-fused CaMKId-LL(334-433) was expressed in E. coli and CaMKId-LL (334-433) was purified by glutathione Sepharose 4B and PreScission protease, a specific antibody against CaMKId-LL was raised by immunizing a rabbit with purified CaMKId-LL(334-433) as an antigen. The anti-CaMKId-LL antibody was purified by affinity chromatography using CNBr-activated Sepharose 4B (GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences) coupled by CaMKId-LL(334-433). (Senga, Y., Yoshioka, K., Kameshita, I., and Sueyoshi, N. ...
Immunoprecipitation is a method for extracting protein from a solution. Typically, this solution is a cell lysate which you want to analyze. Very frequently youll hear your colleagues say, «Im going to do an IP-pull down on my protein» - when you hear this, youll know theyre talking about immunoprecipitation. This technique is a must-have for any biochemist who works with proteins because its so versatile. Once you remove a protein from solution, you can analyze it to see what it binds. You can also check out its molecular weight and structure. And, beyond proteins, IP can be applied to RNA and DNA pull downs as well. In theory, this method is very simple. First, lyse your cells using some sort of lysis buffer. Next, add in an antibody that will bind your protein of interest and form a protein-antibody complex. Then drop in some resin which can bind the antibody. Typically, this resin is either agarose-based or superparamagnetic and is covered with Protein A and/or Protein G. These ...
GE Healthcare HiScreen™ Sepharose™ Prepacked Fast Flow HIC Columns Octyl Sepharose 4; 4% cross-linked agarose matrix; Max. flow velocity: 240cm/hr;...
Hello everybody, here it is my first question. I am using Ni-NTA agarose beads to purify a protein. According to the manufacturer the limit pressure is around 2 psi (nothing), and I am running the column to 50 psi. Can anyone please tell me about why does the pressure limit is important when dealing with affinity chomatography? How can this (pressure limit too high) affect my purification? Am I destroying the beads? I am running the column (home-prepacked tricorn) on an akta-prime. I would really appreciate any information since I couldnt find any info on the web. Thank you very much, Eva _________________________________________________________________ Internet Explorer 8 más sencillo y seguro ¡Descárgatelo gratis! http://events.es.msn.com/noticias/internet-explorer-8/ -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/bioforum/attachments/20090803/38d7a718/attachment.html ...
Dear netters, I am planning to rise a rabbit polyclonal antibody against a protein fragment of about 300 aa which is expressed as a GST fusion. Browsing through several protocols did not give much help in deciding a suitable strategy. Therefore I would greatly appreciate your opinions and expertise. In the manual by Harlow and Lane, they reckon that antigens in particulate form are more antigenic than soluble proteins, therefore I was thinking to use for the first boost the glutathione-agarose beads bound to my fusion protein and then only use the 300 aa fragment for the successive boosts. Any comments or suggestions? Any idea of antigen dosage or whether the agarose beads will also work as an adjuvant? Thanks in advance Alberto ...
The Myc-Trap is a single chain polypeptide antibody coupled to agarose beads for immunoprecipitation / pull down of Myc-tagged proteins.
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Agarose偶联6X His tag®抗体(ab1231)经IP实验严格验证,实验条件参看说明书。Abcam对所有产品均提供质保服务和专属技术支持,中国75%以上现货。
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Time controlled release of arabinofuranosylcytosine (Ara-C) from agarose hydrogels using layer-by-layer assembly. T2 - Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition. AU - Mehrotra,Sumit. AU - Lynam,Daniel. AU - Liu,Chun. AU - Shahriari,Dena. AU - Lee,Ilsoon. AU - Tuszynski,Mark. AU - Sakamoto,Jeffrey. AU - Chan,Christina. PY - 2012. Y1 - 2012. N2 - Experimentally induced axonal regeneration is compromised by glial scar formation arising from leptomeningeal fibroblasts cells in and around the hydrogel scaffold implanted for nerve repair. Strategies are needed to prevent such fibroblastic reactive cell layer formation for enhanced axonal regeneration. Here, we implement the technique of layer-by-layer assembled degradable, hydrogen bonded multilayers on agarose hydrogels to incorporate an anti-mitotic drug (1-β-D-arabinofuranosylcytosine (Ara-C)) within the agarose hydrogels. We show controlled release of Ara-C under physiological conditions over a period of days. The ...
This thesis reports on the fabrication of a disposable bio-nano-chip (BNC), a microfluidic device composed of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and thiolene-based optical epoxy which is both cost-effective and suitable for high performance immunoassays. A novel room temperature (RT) bonding technique was utilized so as to achieve irreversible covalent bonding between PDMS and thiolene-based epoxy layers, while at the same time being compatible with the insertion of agarose bead sensors, selectively arranged in an array of pyramidal microcavities replicated in the thiolene thin film layer. In the sealed device, the bead-supporting epoxy film is sandwiched between two PDMS layers comprising of fluidic injection and drain channels. The agarose bead sensors used in the device are sensitized with anti-C-reactive protein (CRP) antibody, and a fluorescent sandwich-type immunoassay was run to characterize the performance of this device. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) was used based on the device ...
The effect of ionic strength of agarose solution and quenching temperature of the emulsion on the structure and mechanical strength of agarose-based chromatographic adsorbents was investigated. Solutions of agarose containing different amounts of NaCl were emulsified at elevated temperature in mineral oil using a high-shear mixer. The hot emulsion was quenched at different temperatures leading to the gelation of agarose and formation of soft particles. Analysis of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) images of particle surfaces shows that pore size of particles increases with ionic strength and/or high quenching temperature. Additionally it has been found that the compressive strength of particles measured by micromanipulation also increases with ionic strength of the emulsion and/or high quenching temperature but these two parameters have no significant effect on the resulting particle size and particle size distribution. Results from both characterization methods were compared with Sepharose 4B, a ...
Banks et al. (1) suggested that plaque formation by chlamydiae might depend on the strains growth rates, and consequently, for slowly growing strains such as biovar trachoma long-term maintenance of the cell monolayer in agar medium might be required for plaque formation. In the present study, two points were crucial to the success of plaque formation by biovar trachoma. (i) The liquid culture medium had to be layered onto a solid agarose medium and changed at 4- to 5-day intervals; this treatment may refresh the cells and support chlamydial growth until plaque formation occurs. (ii) The agarose concentration was intentionally reduced to 0.5%, although 1% is the usual concentration for plaque formation by lytic viruses. The reduced agarose concentration may serve to keep the cells in good condition. The quality of the agarose was also important because purified agar was unsuitable for long-term maintenance of the cells. It is also likely that the agarose overlay might create appropriate ...
The thesis aims at investigating the connection between nucleus mechanical characteristics with pluripotency state and differentiation associated with altered cell gene expression levels. The project investigates the deformation characteristics of the cell nucleus during unconfined compression in a 3D cell-seeded agarose constructs. The studies report modification in the mechanical behaviour of the nucleus in different embryonic stem cell phenotypes based on various pluripotent states (naïve or primed states) or following triggering of early differentiation. A multi-scale model is also presented to simulate dynamic details of mechanical perturbation to cells during compression. The first chapter presents a review of the relevant literature to introduce current progress in the related research field and the second chapter describes the general methods used in the thesis including cell culture, agarose construct preparation, construct compression and microscopy recording. The third chapter ...
The dauer life stage in wild-type C. elegans exhibits morphological and behavioral characteristics that differentiate it from non-dauers (Hu, 2007). In addition to the commonly observed radial shrinkage, quiescence and lack of pharyngeal pumping, we noted a tendency of wild-type dauers to lie dorsoventrally when mounted on agarose slides, as opposed to laterally like adults. To quantify this observation, we mounted wild-type dauers and L3s on increasing concentrations of agarose with 0.1 M levamisole. We found that 75-90% of wild-type dauers mounted with levamisole lie dorsoventrally regardless of agarose concentration (Fig. 1). Very few (2.5-5%) non-dauer animals were positioned dorsoventrally. There was no significant difference in positioning between dauers that still retained their L2d cuticle and those that were unsheathed. We then utilized a non-anesthetic method of immobilization by mounting dauers on 10% agarose with 10 micron polystyrene microbeads (Kim et al., 2013). Interestingly, ...
An affinity matrix for use in affinity based molecular pull down and immunoprecipitation procedures. The affinity matrix comprises a polymeric support, a dye attached to a fraction of the polymeric support to enable optical detection of the polymeric support, and an affinity ligand other than the dye attached to a fraction of the polymeric support for the capture of a molecule. Also provided is a method for the isolation of a biomolecule from an aqueous solution. The method comprises combining the aqueous solution with an affinity matrix comprising a polymeric support and separating the affinity matrix from the aqueous solution. A dye is attached to a fraction of the polymeric support which enables optical detection and monitoring of the affinity matrix and, accordingly, reduces the likelihood of the loss of affinity matrix during the separation step. In addition, an affinity ligand other than the dye is also attached to a fraction of the polymeric support for the capture of the biomolecule.
EVs/exosomes are considered as the next generation of biomarkers, including for liquid biopsies. Consequently, the quantification of EVs/exosomes is crucial for facilitating EV/exosome research and applications. Paper-based enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (p-ELISA) is a portable diagnostic system with low cost th
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Generating your own affinity chromatography columns and resins allows for faster and cleaner protein purification. Pre-activated resins simplify the process.
Purpose: : Interleukin-27 (IL-27) is a member of the IL-12 family and is a heterodimeric protein comprised of non-covalently linked subunits, IL12p28 and EBI3. We had previously shown that IL-27 is constitutively expressed in the retina, was upregulated by IFN-g during uveitis and inhibited proliferation of TH17 cells. In this study, we sought to identify resident retinal cells that produce IL-27, determine targets of the IL-27 cytokine secreted in retina and investigate effects of IL-27 secretion by retinal cells on inflammatory cells that mediate uveitis. Methods: : For immunolocalization of IL-27 expression, vibratome sections were cut from agarose-embedded normal retina and stained with IL27p28, EBI3, IL27 receptor and F4/80 (microglia cell marker) Abs. To examine effects of IL-27 secretion by retinal cells on inflammatory cells, primary retinal cells were co-cultured with TH1 cells with/without neutralization of IL-27 and analyzed by RTPCR, real-time PCR or intracellular cytokine assay with ...
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I am working with a VERY troublesome protein. First I had a problem of expression in bacteria (protein going into inclusion bodies), which was solved by expressing my GST fusion protein in Stratagenes Artic Express cells. Now I am having a problem in cleaving my protein from GST using both Thrombin and Precission Proteases. Ok, maybe the problem isnt necessarily the cleavage but liberating the cleaved protein from the glutathonine sepharose. I have tried various elutions methods like using various concentrations of NaCl and Triton-X; 1M and 1% being the highest concentration used, respectively. Also, Ive used various elution times with 24 hours being the longest. As a final straw, we have even used 1% SDS and boiling the sepharose to liberate my cleaved protein. After many comassie and silver stained gels later, it appears that the cleavage works because theres a correctly sized band for my protein; but most of the protein remains in the sepharose (I would say that I elute at the most ...
The Chromatrap® Native ChIP (N-ChIP) kit is widely proven to ensure a high yield of DNA so that samples can be analysed by multiple downstream processes. Leveraging Chromatrap®s unique solid-state technology, the N-ChIP kit eliminates the use of magnetic or agarose beads allowing users to quickly and easily recover ready-to-use, purified chromatin for downstream applications, including mass spectroscopy. Coupling MS to ChIP will allow researchers to shed light on the proteomic landscape of the extracted chromatin enabling them to begin to understand how proteins interact with repressed and active regions of the genome and their role in global gene regulation ...
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Polishing Step using CEX (SP Sepharose) - Hi experts, I would like to ask during polishing of antibody using CEX process (SP Sepharose) , does the high concentration of samples (10-20mg/ml) will give effects during loading and also elution...
3-(Cyclopentylaminocarbonyl)phenylboronic acid 850567-24-7 NMR spectrum, 3-(Cyclopentylaminocarbonyl)phenylboronic acid H-NMR spectral analysis, 3-(Cyclopentylaminocarbonyl)phenylboronic acid C-NMR spectral analysis ect.
4-(Piperidine-1-carbonyl)phenylboronic acid 389621-83-4 MSDS report, 4-(Piperidine-1-carbonyl)phenylboronic acid MSDS safety technical specifications search, 4-(Piperidine-1-carbonyl)phenylboronic acid safety information specifications ect.
NSE, or Enolase 2 (gamma, neuronal), is a human gene encoded by ENO2. It may also be known as: Gamma-enolase; Enolase 2; Neural enolase; Neuron-specific enolase; Gamma-enolase ; HEL-S-279. The encoded protein is an enzyme with an amino acid length of 434 and a mass of 47.3 kDa. Other isoforms may exist. NSE is a member of the Enolase family. Homologs of this gene exist in other organisms, including: Mouse, Rat.. Abbkine NSE Monoclonal Antibody was affinity-purified from mouse ascites by affinity-chromatography using specific immunogen. The antibody detects endogenous NSE proteins. Its suitable to be applied in WB, IHC and IF. Its verified to react with human, mouse and rat. The concentration of this monoclonal antibody is 1mg/ml.. Our group purchased Abbkine NSE monoclonal antibody for detecting NSE proteins in paraffin-embedded Human-colon tissue sections. Our sample were incubated with Abbkine NSE monoclonal antibody (diluted at 1:200) overnight at +4°C. The sensitivity of the antibody was ...
1. The reaction catalysed by glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase (D-glucose 6-phosphate-NADP+ oxidoreductase, EC 1.1.1.49) from bakers yeast was studied in 42mM-glycylglycine buffer, pH7.4 at 25 degrees C, by initial-velocity studies and by the use of NADPH as a product inhibitor. 2. The reactions catalysed by both the soluble enzyme and a stable enzyme covalently attached to CNBr-activated Sepharose 4B probably follow an ordered reaction mechanism with NADP+ and NADPH as the leading reactants. 3. The kinetic constants obtained for the soluble enzyme lere: KNADP+m, 19 muM; KNADP+s, 23 muM; KNADPHs, 15 muM. Similar values were obtained for the immobilized enzyme. 4. The assay of the immobilized enzyme was done by using a micro packed-bed recirculation reactor, and the advantages of this technique are discussed. ...