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Protein Precipitation Plate

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Protein Precipitation PlateThe Microlute Protein Precipitation Plate from Porvair Sciences Ltd. allows scientists to remove interfering proteins from serum, plasma, or whole blood samples prior to analysis by liquid chromatography or mass spectrometry.

Microlute Protein Precipitation Plates use the CRASH method, in which protein is denatured with acetonitrile and the flocculant filtered out, allowing 96 samples to be processed in parallel. Protein “crashes” out of solution and precipitates directly in each well when acetonitrile is added, thus solving all common problems associated with the technique of protein clean-up. The novel dual frit, hydrophobically treated matrix used by the plate prevents leakage of the sample before the application of vacuum.


BioPhotonics
Jul/Aug 2020
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