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09189 ATX Ponceau S red staining solution BioReagent, ready-to-use solution  
09276 ATX Ponceau S red staining solution concentrate for 250 ml (6 bottles)  
A9186 Alcian Blue 8GX BioReagent, suitable for detection of glycoproteins  
A3157 Alcian Blue 8GX certified by the Biological Stain Commission Alcian Blue 8GX has been used for the staining of sulfated proteoglycans in murine MPC (mesenchymal progenitor cell) nodule. It has been used for the staining of sulfated proteoglycans in bovine articular chondrocytes.
A8181 Amido Black Staining Solution 2X electrophoresis reagent Naphthol Blue Black stain is designed for rapid staining of protein bands on nitrocellulose membranes (Western blots). Blots are stained for 1 min and then destained for 30 minutes in 25% (v/v) isopropanol, 10% (v/v) acetic acid. Used to detect proteins in the lower microgram range with a clear background. Naphthol Blue Black can also be used for staining PAGE gels.
GE17-1329-01 Bromophenol Blue GE Healthcare, 17-1329-01, pack of 10 g  
F7252 Fast Green FCF Dye content ≥85 % Fast Green FCF dye is used for protein staining in IEF, native PAGE and SDS-PAGE. Fast Green staining is linear over a wider range of protein concentrations than Brilliant Blue R. After electrophoresis, fixing the proteins in the gel is recommended for maximum sensitivity. The gel can then be stained for 2 hr with 0.1% Fast Green FCF in either 30% (v/v) ethanol, 10% (v/v) acetic acid or in 7% acetic acid. The gel can be destained with either 30% (v/v) ethanol, 10% (v/v) acetic acid, or 7% acetic acid. The stained gel can be scanned at 625 nm. The detection sensitivity is approx. 30% that with Brilliant Blue R.
F9015 Fluorescamine ≥98% (TLC), powder, used for detection of primary amines Non-fluorescent reagent that reacts readily under mild conditions with primary amines in amino acids and peptides to form stable, highly fluorescent compounds. Low background due to hydrolysis. Useful for the fluorometric assay of amino acids, protein, and proteolytic enzymes. Effectively blocks newly generated amino termini in protein sequence analyses.
GLYCOPRO Glycoprotein Detection Kit The Glycoprotein Detection Kit is designed for the selective staining of glycoproteins on polyacrylamide gels and membranes using a modification of the Periodic Acid-Schiff (PAS) method. Staining of sugar moieties of glycoproteins yields magenta bands with a colorless background. The periodic acid/Schiff reagent stains vicinal diol groups found mainly on peripheral sugars and sialic acids and is used as a general glycoprotein stain.
14149 LUCY® 506 Lucy-506 is a fluorescent stain for protein electrophoresis, with high sensitivity and easy, fast and robust staining procedure for all kinds of SDS gels. Protein staining by Lucy-506 does not interfere with subsequent MALDI-MS.
Sensitivity of routine procedure is ca. 3 ng/band, with linear response between 3 and 1000 ng/band
43772 LUCY® 565 solution LUCY 565 is a fluorescent stain for protein electrophoresis, with high sensitivity and easy, fast and robust staining procedure for all kinds of SDS gels. LUCY 565 is also suitable for neutral staining (e.g. for subsequent western blotting).
Protein staining by LUCY 565 does not interfere with subsequent MALDI-MS.
41629 LUCY® 569 solution LUCY 569 is a fluorescent stain for protein electrophoresis, with good sensitivity and easy, fast and robust staining procedure for all kinds of SDS gels. LUCY 569 provides a broad linear dynamic range for protein quantification in electrophoresis. Protein staining by LUCY 569 does not interfere with subsequent MALDI-MS.
N3393 Naphthol Blue Black BioReagent, suitable for electrophoresis Naphthol Blue Black has been used for the staining of western blot membrane for detection of all protein that are transferred to the membrane.
O9755 Oil Red O BioReagent, suitable for electrophoresis Oil Red O stain is suitable as a lipid/lipoprotein stain on cellulose acetate. A 0.2% stock solution is prepared in methanol. The stock solution (35 ml) is diluted with 10 mL of 1 M NaOH immediately before staining. The dye begins precipitating during staining. After staining (1 hr), the membrane is destained in methanol:glycerol (1:3). Often cited for use with agarose
P0430 Periodic acid for electrophoresis, ≥99% Periodic acid is commonly used as a component for glycoprotein stains. Selective staining of glycoproteins on SDS-PAGE and membranes is carried out using a modification of the Periodic Acid-Schiff (PAS) method. Staining of sugar moieties of glycoproteins yields magenta bands with a colorless background. The Periodic Acid/Schiff Reagent stains vicinal diol groups found mainly on peripheral sugars and sialic acids and is used as a general glycoprotein stain. Periodic acid is also used to cleave reversible cross-linkers (e.g. DATD, DHEBA) in PAGE gels.
P7170 Ponceau S solution BioReagent, suitable for electrophoresis, 0.1 % (w/v) in 5% acetic acid Ponceau S solution has been used for membrane staining (Western blotting).
RPROB Reversible Protein Detection Kit for Membranes and Polyacrylamide Gels 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.
S5692 SYPRO® Orange Protein Gel Stain SYPRO orange protein gel stain has been used in the thermal denaturation assay and thermal shift assay of protein(s) of interest. It has also been used in differential scanning fluorimetry.
S5817 SYPRO® Red Protein Gel Stain  
S4942 SYPRO® Ruby Protein Gel Stain SYPRO ruby protein gel stain has been used for staining of the proteins after sodium dodecyl sulfate–polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE).
S5942 SYPRO® Tangerine Protein Gel Stain  
E9379 Stains-All ~95% Stains-All has been used for the staining of gel made for size determination of hyaluronan. It has also been used for the staining of DNA oligonucleotides separated by nondenaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.