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EZBlue Gel Staining Reagent

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Synonym(s):
protein gel stain, protein stain
NACRES:
NA.32

technique(s)

protein staining: suitable

storage temp.

2-8°C

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storage temp.

2-8°C

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Quality Level

200

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General description

Convenient, sensitive, and safe, EZBlue Coomassie Brilliant Blue G-250 colloidal protein stain improves protein electrophoresis results while significantly reducing staining time. Conveniently packaged, EZBlue requires no messy weigh-ups or additions of methanol or acid. As a colloidal stain, it reacts only with proteins, not the gel itself. Background staining is reduced, so protein bands can be visualized almost immediately. No destaining step is required, although a water wash may intensify bands and clarify the background. Most impressively, EZBlue is extremely sensitive, detecting as little as 5 ng of protein.

Application

EZBlue® Gel Staining Reagent has been used as a staining reagent in sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE).

Features and Benefits

  • Premixed solution eliminates the time and effort required to prepare the stain
  • Increased sensitivity ensures that low abundance proteins can be detected (as little as 5 ng)
  • Rapid reaction significantly reduces the amount of time required to stain and rinse
  • No solvent waste so you save time and money by eliminating hazardous material disposal

Other Notes

A ready-to-use Brilliant Blue G-250 based protein stain for "one step" ultrasensitive detection on polyacrylamide gels and PVDF membranes.

Legal Information

EZBlue is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC
Sigma-Aldrich is a registered trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

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Hazard Classifications

Eye Irrit. 2 - Met. Corr. 1 - Skin Irrit. 2 - STOT SE 2

Storage Class

8A - Combustible, corrosive hazardous materials

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WGK 2

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Not applicable

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Articles

This page describes common challenges encountered when lysing cells and extracting proteins prior to Western blotting. Total protein concentration must be determined for these cell lysates. Variables affecting each of these steps are outlined below, as each could affect the sensitivity and reproducibility of the Western blot.

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.

The use of PNGase Fast denaturing buffer and enzyme yielded results similar to a conventional 20-hour protocol with overnight digest while reducing workflow time to about 1 hour with a 15-minute digest.

To meet the great diversity of protein analysis needs, Sigma offers a wide selection of protein visualization (staining) reagents. EZBlue™ and ProteoSilver™, designed specifically for proteomics, also perform impressively in traditional PAGE formats.

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Protocols

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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