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96-well Anionic Protein-binding Plates (transparent)

96-well Anionic Protein-binding Plates (transparent)
Description: The 96-well protein-binding plates can be used to study specific protein-protein interactions, ELISA, protein-DNA or RNA interactions. The Anionic Protein-binding Plates bind negatively charged proteins. The Cationic Protein-binding Plates bind positively charged proteins. Since the bound proteins often maintain their native confirmation and their catalytic or binding activities, the bound protein can be recognized by a second molecule that specifically interacts with the bound protein where the native conformation is required. The second molecule can be detected by biochemical, biophysical or immunological methods. The black background of the plate provides a minimum noise level for fluorescence detection of the second molecules. The transparent background of the plate provides an option of detection of the bound molecules based on light absorbance. The binding reactions in the 96-well plate format may be used for ELISA and studies of protein-protein, protein-peptide, protein-DNA or protein-RNA interactions. This product includes 4 Transparent 96-well plate for ELISA of negatively charged proteins and light absorbance detection
Order #: APP96T-PF
Unit Size: 4 plates
Supplier: ProFoldin
Shipping: RT
Storage: See Manual
Subcategory: Binding and Separation
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112.00 € *

*All prices are net in Euro and do not include applicable taxes, shipping & handling, or other charges (e.g., customs duties).

Delivery time approx. 8 - 10 days

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