1. Selecting Reagents for Protein Purification

    Reagents in Protein Purification The key to successful protein purification is choosing the correct process and the correct media and reagents. Although purification can sometimes be a simple one-step precipitation, multiple step processes are more frequently required to attain the desired purity.
  2. 37 FAQs on E-64, Cysteine Protease Inhibitor, Need to know

    Irreversible, potent and highly selective inhibitor of cysteine proteases. Does not affect cysteine residues in other enzymes. Acts by forming a thioether bond with thiol of the active cysteine. E-64 will not inhibit serine proteases (except trypsin) inhibits activation-induced programmed cell death and restores defective immune responses in HIV+ donors. Specific active site titrant.
  3. Phosphatase Inhibitor cocktails, ready made formulations

    Invasive phosphatases can contaminate research samples and slow or halt research progress, rendering time-consuming and expensive work useless.
  4. What are Biomarkers?

    Biomarkers are substances, structures, or processes that can be measured in biological samples such as urine, blood, or saliva. A biomarker is a measurable characteristic in a biological system that changes due to disease, exposure to chemicals, or exposure to organisms.

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