ExcelBand™ Enhanced 3-color High Range Protein Marker
250 µl × 2 (for 100 applications)
250 µl × 10 (for 500 applications)
The PM2610/PM2611 ExcelBand™ Enhanced 3-color High Range Protein Marker is a ready to use three-color protein standard with 12 pre-stained proteins covering a wide range of molecular weights from 10 to 245 kDa in Tris-Glycine buffer (9 to 235 kDa in BisTris (MOPS) buffer and 10-235 kDa in Bis-Tris (MES) buffer). Proteins are covalently coupled with different chromophores for easy identification of bands, with two reference proteins carrying enhanced intensity corresponding to a green at 25 kDa and red at 75 kDa, respectively, as separated on SDS-PAGE (Tris-Glycine buffer). The ExcelBand™ Enhanced 3-color High Range Protein Marker is designed for monitoring protein separation during SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, verification of Western transfer efficiency on membranes (PVDF, nylon, or nitrocellulose) and for approximating the size of proteins. The marker is supplied in the gel loading buffer and is ready to use. Do NOT heat, dilute, or add reducing agents before loading.
Approximately 0.2~0.6 mg/ml of each protein in the buffer (20 mM Tris-phosphate (pH 7.5 at 25°C), 2 % SDS, 3.6 M Urea, and 15 % (v/v) Glycerol).
Under suggested conditions, the PM2610/PM2611 Enhanced 3-color High Range Protein Marker resolves 12 major bands in 15% SDS-PAGE (Tris-Glycine buffer) and after Western blotting to nitrocellulose membrane.
4°C for 3 months
-20°C for 24 months
Migration pattern of PM2610 in different electrophoretic condition
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