|LavaPurple Total Protein Stain||Sypro Ruby Protein Blot Stain|
Low molecular weight markers two-fold diluted from approximately 128–1 ng blotted to Hybond-P (PVDF) and stained with LavaPurple Total Protein Stain. The minimal level of detection was at least 1 ng of the protein concentrations listed in referring to concentrations loaded into the gel rather than transferred to the blot. Staining of the gel after protein blotting revealed that not all protein had transferred to the membrane.
|BSA 4-fold diluted to 190 pg and blotted onto Hybond-P stained with LavaPurple upper image and Sypro Ruby Blot Stain (lower image).|
|Electroblot of ras-transformed fibroblast protein extract stained with LavaPurple Total Protein Stain and imaged with a Typhoon imager.|
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HUPO 2006 Poster (687K)
More effective visualization, detection and quantification of glycoproteins using technologies based on the low molecular weight fluorophore epicocconone. Presented at the HUPO 5th Annual World Congress. October 28 – November 1, 2006. Long Beach, California.
HUPO 2006 Poster (632K)
A reversible fluorescent tag for mass spectrometry compatible detection and quantification of proteins and peptides. Presented at the HUPO 5th Annual World Congress. October 28 – November 1, 2006. Long Beach, California.
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