Supplier: Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Description: al. 2000) to prepare fractions that are enriched in membrane and hydrophobic proteins. The ReadyPrep protein extraction kit (membrane I): Isolates proteins associated with membranes or containing two transmembrane domains Does not require the use of ultracentrifugation or density gradients
Description: Mouse monoclonal Ankyrin antibody Background: Ankyrin consists of a single peptide of M.W. 215 kDa known to be involved in the attachment of spectrin containing membrane skeleton to the plasma membranes. Ankyrin belongs to a family of closely related polypeptides associated with the plasma membrane
Supplier: Fisher Scientific
Description: For use with NucleoCounter N-100 and YC-100 Reagent Y100 Reagent, Y100; Sartorius Stedim; NucleoCounter Reagent Y100; For use with NucleoCounter YC-100; Disrupts plasma membranes of yeast cells, so nuclei are susceptible to PI (propidium iodide) staining; 500mL
- Applications: Pharmaceuticals / Drugs
- Function: Reagent
Supplier: Ventana Medical Systems, Inc.
Description: CD43 (also known as leucosialin or sialophorin) is a glycoprotein antigen expressed on the membrane and in the cytoplasm of T cells, cells of myeloid origin and some B cells. Anti-CD43 (L60) binds specifically to antigens located in the plasma membrane and cytoplasmic regions of normal granulocytes
Supplier: LKT Laboratories, Inc.
Description: A peptide associated with eggs of sea urchin, Lytechinus pictus. It has been shown ot bind to the plasma membrane receptor of spermatozoa and stimulate sperm respiration. LKT Labs is a research and development company focused on the discovery of specialty chemicals for cancer chemoprevention. We
Supplier: Peptides International, Inc.
Description: TFA salt 5-azido-pentanoyl-RKKRRQRRR-NH2 C58H114N34O14 MW: 1511.77 HIV TAT sequence 49-57 This arginine-rich TAT peptide penetrates plasma membrane directly, but not through endocytosis. TAT (49-57) is modified with 5-Azido-pentanoic acid for click chemistry. The azido group can react with alkyne
Supplier: Alpha Diagnostic International, Inc.
Description: Anti-Human Neuroligin 4 (NLGN4) Control/blocking peptide General Information Neuroligins are Type I membrane proteins enriched in synaptic plasma membranes and clustered in synaptic clefts and postsynaptic densities. They have been characterized as neuronal cell surface proteins and are thought
Supplier: Sartorius Group
Description: , Sartoclean CA filters are typically used for membrane prefiltration of several solutions like Plasma Fractions, Vaccines, Purified Protein Solutions or Solutions containing Preservatives. The cellulose acetate membranes of the Sartolclean CA filters have proven to be the membrane material with lowest
- Configuration: In-line
- Range: Micro Filtration
- Industry Use: Biopharmaceutical
- Filtration Product: Water, Other
Description: Ponceau S (ICN), ICN (10g) Solubility - To pass test E1%1cm - ≥350L gsuperscript-1/superscriptcmsuperscript-1/ superscript Lambda Max. (λ) - 514nm±2nm Description: Application: Ponceau S is commonly used for staining serum and plasma proteins on nitrocellulose and cellulose
Supplier: Sartorius Group
Description: Vivaclear centrifugal filters are disposable microfiltration units for the fast and reliable clarification/filtration of biological samples in the range from 100 µl to 500 µl. Vivaclear units feature a high-flux PES membrane of 0.8 µm pore size and can be used in fixed angle
- Filter Type: Centrifuge Filter
- Configuration: Filter Element & Housing Assembly
- Sample Type: Liquid
- Filter Medium Material: Polyethersulfone (PES)
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Fast molecular tracking maps nanoscale dynamics of plasma membrane lipids
dye labeled lipids diffusing in the plasma membrane of living cells and directly observe transient events of trapping on < 20 nm spatial scales. The trapping is cholesterol-assisted and much more pronounced for a sphingo- than for a phosphoglycero-lipid, with average trapping times of ~15 ms
Optical Bonding of LCDs, OLEDs and Plasma Displays
for use with elements which are rigid and may be substantial in size, while lamination is suitable for affixing a thin membrane, such as an antireflective-coated plastic film, to a more or less rigid substrate, such as an LCD, OLED, Plasma display, touch sensor or anti-vandal shield. Optical Bonding
Choosing the Appropriate Membrane
. * Filtration of corrosive solutions. 0.8um. * Removal of RBC from plasma. * Toxicity testing. 1.0um. * Serum prefiltration. * General microfiltration. 1.2um. * Particulate analysis. * Medical Assays. * Immobilizations. 2.0um. * Chemotaxis. * Red Blood Cells. * DNA. 5.0um. * NIOSH Analysis methods. * X-ray
Medical Device Link . The role of membranes in molecular diagnostics Jason M. Alter
for benchtop research, it is not a process that is easily automated. Microporous membranes, on the other hand, lend themselves to automated handling and detection schemes. Several types of such materials can be used to separate plasma from whole blood or to prepare DNA or white blood cells for further
Medical Device Link . Development applications for membrane-bottom microwell plates
of the American Red Cross (Rockville, MD).10 Their assay was designed to measure enzymatically active activated protein C (APC) in plasma samples using MultiScreen Durapore type DV membranes. APC is a serine protease and a naturally occurring antithrombotic enzyme. It functions as an anticoagulant
Medical Device Link . Compatibility of Medical Devices and Materials with Low-Temperature Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Plasma A new sterilization technique safely treated about 95% of the materials tested in an average of 75 minutes.
such as low-temperature hydrogen peroxide gas plasma are generally compatible with most of the materials used in medical devices. However, many of these new sterilization techniques use oxidizing agents like hydrogen peroxide, ozone, peracetic acid, and chlorine dioxide, which can damage cell walls and membranes as well
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, detection of cardiac proteins in plasma has been a means of assessing myocardial injury. In a patient sustaining ischemia, cells are irreversibly damaged and the plasma membrane ruptures. Intracellular proteins then leak out of the cell into the interstitial compartment, eventually appearing
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capacitation, the fertilizing sperm undergoes an exocytotic event known as an acrosome reaction on the egg�s surface (zona pellucida). This acrosome reaction involves fusion of the sperm plasma membrane. (Beyond Clinical Diagnostics) Developing and validating a lateral-flow cassette for fertility
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The cell membrane or plasma membrane is a biological membrane that separates the interior of all cells from the outside environment.[1 The cell
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The plasma membrane is only about 10 nm thick and may be discerned only faintly with a transmission electron microscope.