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Mitochondrial Protein Isolation Buffer

By Amresco
Mitochondrial Protein Isolation Buffer

Storage Condition: COLD

Safety Statements: 36/37/39

Amresco’s Mitochondrial Protein Isolation Buffer is a convenient one-buffer solution for extraction of protein from mitochondrial fractions derived from cultured mammalian cells. The simple, scalable extraction procedure requires less than an hour and involves no toxic chemicals or ultracentrifugation steps. Following cell lysis, the cytostolic fraction is separated by centrifugation from an enriched mitochondrial fraction. This separation allows the less complex set of mitochondrial proteins to be analyzed in a single sample and increases the likelihood of detecting low-abundance proteins. The mitochondrial protein fraction can be used to perform Western blotting, ELISA or other assays.

Cat.No. Size Grade EA    
1328-M328-30ML 30mL Proteomics DISCONTINUED  

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