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Protein Purification

Score 1.28

Bacterial Total Protein Extraction Reagent SKU: BWR1012

Biospes

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$ 80.00 (10 ml)
Sizes
1 (10 ml)
Catalog IDs
BWR1012-10ML
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Protein Purification

Score 1.66

Thrombin Cleavage Capture Kit

Novagen

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$ 323.00 (1 Kit)
Sizes
1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs
69022-3
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Protein Purification

Score 5.98

PureCube Alprenolol Agarose

Cube Biotech

Target Protein
Other protein
Other protein
Sample Type
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/
Sample Amount
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/
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$ 804.00 (1 ml)
Sizes
2 (1 - 5 ml)
Catalog IDs
56031, 56032
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Protein Purification

Score 5.67

MultiMACS DYKDDDDK Isolation Kit (12×8)

Miltenyi Biotec

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$ 1,040.00 (96 Isolations)
Sizes
1 (96 Isolations)
Catalog IDs
130-101-621
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Protein Purification

Score 5.52

µMACS Anti-DYKDDDDK Starting Kit

Miltenyi Biotec

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$ 915.00 (1 Kit)
Sizes
1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs
130-101-636
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Protein Purification

Score 5.40

µMACS HA Isolation Kit

Miltenyi Biotec

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$ 530.00 (40 Isolations)
Sizes
1 (40 Isolations)
Catalog IDs
130-091-122
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Protein Purification

Score 5.53

µMACS GST Isolation Kit

Miltenyi Biotec

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$ 530.00 (40 Isolations)
Sizes
1 (40 Isolations)
Catalog IDs
130-091-370
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Protein Purification

Score 6.18

µMACS VitalVirus HIV Isolation Kit

Miltenyi Biotec

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$ 420.00 (20 Isolations)
Sizes
1 (20 Isolations)
Catalog IDs
130-092-805
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Protein Purification

Score 5.55

Mitochondria Isolation Kit, mouse tissue

Miltenyi Biotec

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$ 680.00 (25 Separations)
Sizes
1 (25 Separations)
Catalog IDs
130-096-946
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Protein Purification

Score 7.12

FFPE Protein Extraction Kit

Bio Basic

Target Protein
Total protein
Total protein
Sample Type
FFPE tissue
FFPE tissue
Sample Amount
2 x 100 mm^2 area sections with 10-15 µm thickness
2 x 100 mm^2 area sections with 10-15 µm thickness
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$ 56.93 (50 Preparations)
Sizes
1 (50 Preparations)
Catalog IDs
BSP058
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Protein Purification

Score 1.56

PLANT FRACTIONATED PROTEIN EXTRACTION KI

Sigma-Aldrich

Target Protein
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/
Sample Type
/
/
Sample Amount
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$ 549.35 (1 Kit)
Sizes
1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs
PE0240-1KT
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Protein Purification

Score 6.94

Anti-Human CD25 Magnetic Particles - DM RUO

BD

Target Protein
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/
Sample Type
/
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Sample Amount
/
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From
$ 515.00 (1 Unit)
Sizes
1 (1 Unit)
Catalog IDs
558005
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Protein purification and isolation can be some of the hardest challenges in the field of biotechnology and life sciences. At the beginning you have to decide if you need the protein in a biologically active (native) or inactive state for your studies. Next, to choose the best purification technology you should know if your protein is membrane-bonded or free circulating in the cell. Then you have to determine the best environmental conditions e.g. salt concentration, pH of the buffer used to stabilize the structure of the protein.

Proteins are often tagged e.g. with a His-tag to easily purify the protein and boost the purification yield. However, they can also be purified by their size, charge and solubility, but to name a few.

Picking the right protein purification kit will depend on the protein type (species and location in the organism), your downstream application, and will also influence your cloning strategy, if working with fusion proteins.

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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.

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