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protein gel stain, protein stain



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protein staining: suitable

General description

ReadyBlue® Protein Gel Stain is a rapid and sensitive colloidal Coomassie stain for polyacrylamide gels. The stain is provided as a ready-to-use solution, allowing for a fast and simplified protocol. No prior fixing step is necessary.
  • Colorimetric or IR fluorescence (800 nm) imaging
  • Reusable up to 3 times
  • No organic solvents or phosphoric acid
  • Compatible with mass spectrometry
  • Room temperature storage—it′s ready when you are


Protein gel stain

Storage and Stability

Store ReadyBlue® Protein Gel Stain at room temperature. Protect From Light.

Legal Information

READYBLUE is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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The possible causes and potential remedies for challenges encountered in the immunoprecipitation-Western blot technique, which consists of cell lysis, formation of the antibody-antigen (immune) complex, precipitation of the immune complexes, and analysis by Western blotting.

Identify causes and remedies for SDS-PAGE sample preparation challenges and optimize electrophoresis conditions.


ReadyBlue Protein Gel Stain offers rapid Coomassie® staining for polyacrylamide gels with a simplified protocol.

Vitronectin can support cell adhesion through binding to various integrins and other proteoglycans. This protocol is for coating a 96-well plate and other surfaces.

Protocol for sample preparation for cell lysis and efficient protein extraction from cultured tissues and cells for subsequent Western blotting.

Overview of polyacrylamide gel chemistry and detailed instructions for hand-casting polyacrylamide gels using mPAGE® TurboMix Bis-Tris Gel Casting Kits.

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