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Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: applications. Recommended applications include: Intrinsic protein fluorescence FRET Quantum dots DNA binding Fluorescence lifetimes Protein-protein interactions Protein-drug interactions Anisotropy decays Molecular photophysics Photosynthesis Semiconductors, glasses and ceramics And many
- Spectral / Wavelength Range: 235 to 990 nm
- Detector Type: Photomultiplier Tube, Other
- Monitoring: Sample Monitoring
- Computer Interface: Yes
X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers - Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF) Spectrometer -- NANOHUNTERSupplier: Rigaku Corporation
Description: Winner of the 2007 R&D 100 award, a mark of excellence known to industry, government, and academia as proof that the winner is one of the most innovative products of the year, the Rigaku NANOHUNTER benchtop total reflection X-ray fluorescence (TXRF) spectrometer was specifically designed
- Module Type: Wavelength Dispersive
- Detector Type: Other
- Optical System: Monochromator
- Excitation Source: X-Ray Tubes
Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: Single wavelength calcium imaging Reactive Oxygen Species GFP Protein transport Immunohistochemistry Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) Time-lapse Fluorescence Imaging
Description: configurations. A special direct-attached fluorescence configuration is available for coupling the Avalight-XE pulsed Xenon source for maximized fluorescence excitation energy. Application areas enabled by the CUV-UV/VIS-TC series include DNA melting and annealing, protein thermodynamics, fluorophore
Supplier: Omega Optical, Inc.
Description: Description / Specifications: For fluorescence real-time imaging of Kaede protein with color change from green to red when exposed to UV light. This set allows viewing of both green & red fluorescence & UV conversion.
- Filter Type: Other
- Filter Set: Yes
Description: Mouse monoclonal RFP Tag antibody Background: Red Fluorescent Protein is a protein which exhibits bright red fluorescence when exposed to blue light. Fluorescent proteins are members of a structurally homologous class of proteins that share the unique property of being self-sufficient to form
Supplier: Fisher Scientific
Description: Minimize background in Western blots, increasing sensitivity for superior detection of even low-abundance proteins Blok-PO Reagent Blocking Buffer; Blok-PO; 500mL; For phosphoprotein detection via chemiluminescence or fluorescence; Ready-to-use; Protein-free; 1 yr shelf life; Compatible w/PVDF
- Applications: Pharmaceuticals / Drugs
Biological Materials - Enhanced Green Fluorescent Proteins (EGFP) protein for ELISA or Standards -- EGFP16-RSupplier: Alpha Diagnostic International, Inc.
Description: Enhanced Green Fluorescent Proteins (EGFP) protein for ELISA or Standards General Information Recombinant DNA technology allows the addition of short pieces of well-defined tags, "peptides" or proteins at the amino or c-terminus of target genes, which can provide 'affinity handles
Supplier: Edmund Optics Inc.
Description: Excitation, Emission, and Dichroic Filters for Fluorescence Imaging >93% Transmission and OD6 Blocking for Maximum Brightness and Contrast Hard Sputtered Coatings on Single Substrate Our TECHSPEC® Fluorescence Filter Kits are designed to provide brilliant images when integrated
- Filter Type: Spectral Filters
Supplier: Peptides International, Inc.
Description: Fluorescence-Quenching Substrate for ß-Secretase of Swedish-Type Amyloid Precursor Protein H. Koike, H. Seki, Z. Kouchi, M. Ito, T. Kinouchi, S. Tomioka, H. Sorimachi, T.C. Saido, K. Maruyama, K. Suzuki, and S. Ishiura, J. Biochem., 126, 235 (1999). Grade B
Description: and easy visualization, documentation, and analysis of nucleic acid and protein gels, blots, and macroarrays with a few clicks of the mouse. The system supports fluorescence and colorimetric detection methods. The Gel Doc XR+ system consists of a darkroom hood, CCD camera and software-controlled
Microplates - 96 Well Microplate HALF AREA 96 Well Half Area Wht FB, PS NBS, w/o Lid, N-S -- 1251337Supplier: Wilkem Scientific
Description: Ideal for reducing protein and nucleic acid binding at low concentrations, and increasing assay signal to noise Without lids, lids supplied separately Conforms to standard microplate footprint and dimensions Has low background fluorescence and minimize light scattering Designed to reduce well
- Number of Wells: 96
Oil Sensors and Analyzers - Protein Crystal Drop Imager Using UV And Visible Light -- Minstrel HT UVSupplier: Rigaku Corporation
Description: . A fully integrated system for temperature controlled incubation, inspection, and analysis of protein crystallization plates, each installation is comprised of one Minstrel HT UV imaging station and either one or two Gallery™ 700 Incubator storage systems. Employing Ultraviolet Fluorescence
Description: Pkg of 1 roll, 28 cm x 3.8 m, low fluorescence PVDF membrane for immunoblotting Immun-Blot® low fluorescence PVDF membrane offers the same benefits as standard PVDF membranes in addition to minimal autofluorescence and high sensitivity, making it the premium choice for multiplex fluorescent
Description: Thermo Scientific Fluoroskan Ascent Microplate Fluorometer is a compact and robust instrument with excellent optical performance for a variety of research applications.The Fluoroskan Ascent Microplate Fluorometer is ideal for life science research applications, such as fluorometric protein
- Assay Type: Fluorescence
- Wavelength Range: 360 to 800 nm
- Response Time: 0.2500 minutes
- Microplate Capacity: 384
Description: protein technology, delivering a reagent that provides effective performance in a wide range of qPCR applications. The dsDNA-binding protein, Sso7d, stabilizes the polymerase-template complex, increases processivity, and provides greater speed and reduced reaction times compared to conventional DNA
- Type: Acid, Base
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emitted fluorescence which is detected by a silicon photodiode. Other life science applications include flow cytometry, blood chemistry analysis, and food analysis. In the latter application light reflectance is spectroscopically measured from many types of chemicals such as sugar, protein, water, and fat. The same wavelengths are also utilized for high-speed grain sorting. UV excited fluorescence also provides a way to detect the presence of carcinogenic and bio-contamination. (read more)
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he APX-i2 brings the many benefits of an intensified head to the ultima APX. Providing true mega pixel resolution (1,048,576 ten bit pixels per frame) to 2,000 frames per second (fps) and with gating down to twenty nanoseconds, the intensified head is swappable with either the monochrome or color camera heads on any existing ultima APX system; meaning one APX processor can support ALL three different camera heads without needing retuning or modification. Another real nice feature of the ultima... (read more)
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Thermal Denaturation of Hen-Egg Lysozyme with Concurrent CD and Fluorescence Detection
temperature). Lysozyme is a common model protein used to investigate the reversible inactivation of proteins at high temperature because it is inexpensive, easy to handle, easy to denature, and has just enough complexity in the fluorescence spectra to make it interesting. Lysozyme, a small globular
Multifarious control of two-photon excitation of multiple fluorophores achieved by phase modulation of ultra-broadband laser pulses
. We also demonstrate yielded equal excitation rates in the simultaneous excitation. By the selective excitation of a donor fluorescent protein, fluorescence resonance energy transfer imaging is also achieved.
Medical Device Link . Measuring microsphere binding capacity
these magnetic microspheres preconjugated with some type of generic binding protein. A common choice is streptavidin (from , or produced recombinantly), which is similar to the avian egg protein avidin. Streptavidin interacts strongly with the molecule biotin, and so by biotinylating the ligand to be coupled
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of conventional laboratories for protein diagnostics, that is, dosing, centrifugation, and purification, must be replaced by integrated polymer microcomponents. As a result, the essential component of this diagnostic platform is likely to be a disposable chip, which includes the microfluidics for blood
Medical Device Link . Formal experimental design and analysis for immunochemical product development
. As the example proceeds, it will look at some of the techniques for dealing with unruly data. Master lot testing for a serum protein to be used on an automated immunoanalyzer provides a good example of the application of designed experiments. The experiment discussed in detail here was designed and analyzed
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, Denmark), immunoassay sensitivity and performance were observed to be higher than with standard nondextran Cy5 conjugates in which the Cy5 normally is conjugated directly to the protein. One explanation for this superiority might be reduced quenching of the dye; because the fluorophors are spread
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could help bring finger-prick blood tests to every physician's office and hospital bedside, in the process revolutionizing protein-based in vitro diagnostics. The criteria for judging these systems include cost, sample size, overall turnaround time, versatility, and portability. Specificity
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Fluorescent Proteins I
On the other hand, since tFl can be measured independent from the fluorescence intensity, FP mutants with prolonged tFl can be found as long as some visible protein fluorescence is detected.
Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Protein Fluorescence .
Fluorescent Proteins II
The rigid tertiary structure of wtGFP is responsible for the significant protein fluorescence emission (FA ¼ 0.78 , FB ¼ 0.79 ), which is also very .
Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology I
Maddalo SL, Zimmer M (2006) The role of the protein matrix in green fluorescent protein fluorescence .
Handbook Of Biological Confocal Microscopy
(A) Percentage of single- protein fluorescence recovery versus the illumination time at 720nm for different excitation powers: 3.34mW (solid circles), 4.34mW (solid squares), 5mW (open squares), and 5.7mW (open circles).
Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy
simultaneously, Duggan and Udenfriend(8) and Shore and Pardee(9) reported the results of their investigations of protein fluorescence .
Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Volume 6 Protein Fluorescence .
Green Fluorescent Protein
...59 Phenol-chloroform extractions, 66 Phogrin-cameleon construct domain structure, 256f Phosphorescence energy-level diagram, 94 Phosphoribosylanthranilate isomerase circular permutation, 33 Phosphorylated synthetic sal/linkers ligation, 62 Phosphorylation GFP, 283f Phycobilisome FRET, 113 Phycobilisome-bound GFP fusion protein fluorescence and rotational diffusion characteristics...
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Intrinsic protein fluorescence and .