Cloning vectors for fluorescent proteins derived from Aequorea Victoria are available from Invitrogen. These clones will enable scientists to employ Emerald Green (EmGFP), the next-generation replacement for EGFP, as well as Cyan (CFP) and Blue (BFP) Fluorescent Proteins.
HisTrap FF crude (1 ml and 5 ml) pre-packed columns enable fast, reliable and simple one-step purification of histidine-tagged recombinant proteins directly from un-clarified cell lysates. The crude columns minimize the need for sample pre-treatment.
A new technology for the production of recombinant baculoviruses, the flashBAC system removes the need to separate recombinant virus from parental virus by plaque purification or any other means.
A complete selection of highly specific monoclonal antibodies to the nuclear hormone receptor protein family is available. Nuclear hormone receptors are targets for drug development as many are implicated in diabetes and other endocrine disorders, as well as cancer.
Varian’s NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) System incorporates a data acquisition control platform,
Glass slide microarray allows precise measurement of phosphorylation of EGFR, FAK, Src, Paxillin, Akt, JNK, p38 MAPK, HSP27, ATF2 and CREB. Using a technology similar to sandwich ELISA’s, proprietary easy-to-use kits quantify 10 phosphoproteins in less than 5 hours.
The high-performance ultra-bright X-ray source MICROSTAR-H is for laboratory protein crystallography. Advances in anode design, electron and X-ray optics are incorporated to achieve high brightness and X-ray intensity, comparable to a typical second generation synchrotron beam-line.
Eppendorf DualChip microarray systems are offered for gene expression analysis and pathway identifications in toxicology, neuroscience, signal transduction, and research on aging using human or rat models.
The HPLC-chip/mass spectrometry (MS) system for protein identification is a microfluidics-based LC/MS technology reduces required sample sizes by integrating multiple functionalities on a single microfluidics-based chip.
The LP-NEXT (Large Protein) GEL system analyzes large molecular weight proteins via horizontal agarose gel electrophoresis. Proteins from 14,000 Da up to 3,000,000 Da can be resolved on a single agarose gel.
The Proteomics n suite covers proteomics applications from top-down analysis to bottom-up sequencing and from high-throughput protein identification to automated protein quantification and biomarker discovery.
The Krystal 2000 plate, for luminescence and fluorescence assays, incorporates clear, individual wells in an opaque matrix. This design eliminates well-to-well light cross-talk, enabling accurate and repeatable photometric readings. The plates are supplied in a 96 × 350 μl/well format.
MASTERBLOCK deep-well polypropylene microplates are available in 96-, 384-, and 1536-well formats. Polypropylene is biologically inert, exhibits low binding characteristics and high temperature tolerance, and is chemically resistant, enabling application at extreme conditions.
The SPRimagerII detection system for life science and drug discovery research is a complete system for label-free analysis of proteins and other molecular arrays. Detection is achieved using Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), so molecular labels such as fluorescent tags are not required for detection.