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Protein Purification on ZAGENO

Minute™ Total Protein Extraction Kit for Animal Cultured Cells and Tissues Invent Biotechnologies
Target Protein Total protein Sample Amount 20-500 µg Preparation Method Purification
From $ 198.00 (50 Preparations)
Sizes 2 (4 - 50 Preparations)
Catalog IDs SD-001_SN-002-2, SD-001_SN-002-1
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ProteoMiner™ Protein Enrichment Introductory Large-Capacity Kit Bio-Rad
Target Protein Low abundance protein Sample Amount > 50 mg Preparation Method Enrichment
From $ 263.00 (2 Preparations)
Sizes 1 (2 Preparations)
Catalog IDs 1633009
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ProteoSpin™ Inclusion Body Protein Isolation Maxi Kit Norgen Biotek
Target Protein Cytoplasmatic protein, High abundance protein, Other protein Sample Amount 100 ml Preparation Method Purification
From $ 149.00 (4 Preparations)
Sizes 1 (4 Preparations)
Catalog IDs 17700
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Aurum Serum Protein Mini Kit Bio-Rad
Target Protein Sample specific protein Sample Amount 200-250 µl Preparation Method Sample depletion
From $ 556.00 (10 Preparations)
Sizes 1 (10 Preparations)
Catalog IDs 7326701
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Protino® 96 Ni-IDA Macherey-Nagel
Target Protein Tagged protein Sample Amount 20-75 mg Preparation Method Tag
From $ 155.00 (96 Preparations)
Sizes 2 (96 - 384 Preparations)
Catalog IDs 745300.1, 745300.4
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Minute™ Nuclear Envelope Protein Extraction Kit Invent Biotechnologies
Target Protein Nuclear protein Sample Amount 10-20 x 10^6 cells Preparation Method Purification
From $ 398.00 (50 Preparations)
Sizes 2 (4 - 50 Preparations)
Catalog IDs NE-013-2, NE-013-1
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His-Affinity Gel Zymo Research
Target Protein Tagged protein Sample Amount / Preparation Method Tag
From $ 190.00 (14 ml)
Sizes 1 (14 ml)
Catalog IDs P2003-2
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InGel™ Blue G-Biosciences
Target Protein Total protein Sample Amount 1-2 mm gel cubes Preparation Method Digest, Purification
From $ 190.00 (100 Reactions)
Sizes 1 (100 Reactions)
Catalog IDs 786-681
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GST Fusion Protein Purification Kit GenScript
Target Protein Tagged protein Sample Amount / Preparation Method Purification
From $ 139.00 (1 Kit)
Sizes 1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs L00207
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PureCube Ni-NTA Agarose Cube Biotech
Target Protein Tagged protein Sample Amount / Preparation Method Tag
From $ 14.00 (1 ml)
Sizes 4 (1 - 250 ml)
Catalog IDs 31101, 31103, ...
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PureCube NTA Agarose Cube Biotech
Target Protein Tagged protein Sample Amount / Preparation Method Tag
From $ 116.00 (10 ml)
Sizes 3 (10 - 250 ml)
Catalog IDs 31703, 31705, ...
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His-tag and GST-tag

His-tag and GST-tag protein fusions are commonly used for heterologous protein isolation from E.coli BL21. However, when expressing a eukaryotic protein in prokaryotic systems, you might experience protein degradation and protein precipitation.In this case, or if you plan on examining post translational protein modifications such as protein phosphorylation, you should consider a eukaryotic expression system. While this results in protein modifications that are closer to those of native proteins, they might give some problems when used in combination with some purification tags.

Check our Protein Purification Troubleshoot for tips on perfecting your experiment.

Protein Size

Protein size is also something to consider. The relative size of your tag of choice compared to the protein might interfere with protein folding. For example, it is not advised to use Glutathione S-transferase (GST) fusion for the isolation of small protein for this reason. An alternative would be to use immunoaffinity chromatography, which does not require tagged proteins and can be used for natural sources.

Explore our article: Malaria - Humanity's Deadliest Predator, for more information on the research uses of Protein Enrichment Kits.

Buffer

The buffer used in extraction and purification might also interfere with the protein function or protein assays. High detergent concentration can interfere with protein folding which affects protein activity or protein-protein binding. This can be problematic when determining protein concentration, in particular using the Bradford method.

Compare Protein Purification Kits!

With our compare function, you can avoid all the time and energy wasted sifting through multiple web pages from different suppliers. At ZAGENO you can clearly see kits side-by-side, with the relevant attributes for each kit neatly in line for easy selection of the best product for you.

Click on the comparison below for a clearer view!

For instance, this comparison shows:

  • that the Minute Plasma Membrane Protein Isolation Kit kit from Invent Biotechnologies is the cheapest per preparation

  • that the Readyprep Protein Extraction Kit from Bio-Rad accepts samples from the widest range of organsims.

  • that the Focus Subcell Kit from G-Biosciences can extract different types of protein.

This comparison clearly exemplifies how every kit has strengths and weaknesses. Depending on what features you require for your experiment, these details should enable you to make an informed decision on the right kit for you.

The ZAGENO comparison does not highlight one kit to be better than the other, as the kit of choice may vary between researchers - depending on each individual's preferred attributes. The best kit is the one that meets your needs - ZAGENO allows you to make an informed decision with minimum effort.

Check out our How It Works page for a guide to using the comparison function.

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