DYNAL™ Dynabeads™ M-270 Epoxy

2.8μm superparamagnetic beads containing surface epoxy groups

Overview
Brand: Invitrogen

Manufacturer Part Number: 14301

60 MG DYNABEADS M-270 EPOXY DYNAL(R) INVITROGEN

UNSPSC: 41116133

Code: 50

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.01000kg



Product Code. 10512625

Quantity Price
1 £ 235.0 / Each
EU Stock 12
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For Research Use Only. All usage must comply with product instructions.
 

Description and Specification

Specification

Applications Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic Protein Purification, Organelle Isolation, Phage Display, Protein and Peptide Purification, Protein Complex Isolation and Analysis, Protein Sample Preparation and Protein Purification, Protein-Protein Interactions, Proteins, Expression, Isolation and Analysis
Includes 60mg Dynabeads M-270 Epoxy, approx. 6.7 x 107 beads/mg, supplied as a freeze-dried powder.
Purity Research Grade
Quantity 60mg
Sample Type Any Sample Type
Shelf Life 36 months
Storage Requirements Storage: 2°C to 8°C.

Dynabeads M-270 Epoxy beads covalently bind primary amino and sulfhydryl groups in proteins and peptides, making them ideal for coupling antibodies, peptides, intact proteins, and functional enzymes. These hydrophylic, neutral pH beads exhibit extremely low nonspecific binding of proteins and dyes, which reduces need for blocking agents. Also, Dynabeads M-270 Epoxy Beads do not contain Tween; detergent, and so are ideal for use in mass spectrometry (MS) analysis. For use with any sample type.

  • Ideal for immunoprecipitation (IP) of proteins and protein complexes
  • Gentle, yet rapid magnetic separation and short incubation times allow identification of transient and labile complexes
  • Covalent antibody-coupling to Dynabeads avoids co-elution of the antibody with target protein

Hydrophobic / Hydrophilic Protein Purification, Organelle Isolation, Phage Display, Protein and Peptide Purification, Protein Complex Isolation and Analysis, Protein Sample Preparation and Protein Purification, Protein-Protein Interactions, Proteins, Expression, Isolation and Analysis