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RPROB Sigma

Reversible Protein Detection Kit for Membranes and Polyacrylamide Gels

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Related Categories Buffers, Reagents, & Stains, Molecular Biology, Other Stains for Electrophoresis, Protein Electrophoresis, Protein Stains Compatible with Western Blotting,
usage   sufficient for 20 applications staining (small 8 X 10 cm blots or PAGE gels)
storage temp.   2-8°C

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R-PROB is a unique protein detection system designed for staining of proteins on nylon, nitrocellulose, and PVDF membranes or PAGE gels with the detection sensitivity similar to that of Coomassie stains. Most other stains produce high backgrounds on nylon membranes due to strong charge interactions with the membrane. The mixing of equal amounts of Solution A and B activates the stain, which produces lavender stained protein bands. The staining is easily reversible with an EDTA solution so that the blot can be reused for Western blotting or for amino acid sequence analysis (PVDF). R-PROB does not contain the toxic chemicals cacodylic acid or potassium ferrocyanide.

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Compatible with nylon, nitrocellulose, and PVDF membranes as well as polyacrylamide gels.

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Solution A 500 mL SDS    
Solution B 500 mL SDS    
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NONH for all modes of transport

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My question is not addressed here, how can I contact Technical Service for assistance?
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When using Product RPROB, Reversible Protein Detection Kit, to stain protein on PAGE gels, can the protein be transferred from the gel to a membrane after destaining?
Proteins cannot be transferred to a membrane after being stained and de-stained with the Product RPROB, Reversible Protein Detection Kit. 
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