1. Dithiothreitol aka Cleland's Reagent

    Dithiothreitol aka Cleland's Reagent
      Dithiothreitol or DTT is also known as Cleland’s Reagent. It contains two thiol groups and is commonly used to reduce disulfide bond in proteins. It can protect many thiol-containing biomolecules such as coenzyme A (Co-A), GSH (glutathione) from forming disulfide bonds. Not only does DTT scavenge the hydroxyl radical that attacks DNA and proteins, but also reacts with hydrogen...
  2. 18 Fast Facts about CHAPS Detergent

    18 Fast Facts about CHAPS Detergent
    1. What are Bio Detergents? Detergents are soluble amphiphilic molecules that are able to incorporate to liposomes and cell membranes. They are essential tools for the study of biological membranes, as they are frequently used to solubilize membrane proteins and to investigate the interactions among membrane lipid components.   2. What are the different types of biological detergents? Ionic detergents...

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