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Protein Silver Staining Teaching Kit

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The ability of silver to develop images was discovered in the mid-17th century and this property was exploited in the development of photography, followed by its use in histological procedures. Silver staining for detection of proteins following gel electrophoresis was first reported in 1979 by Switzer et al. resulting in a major increase in the sensitivity of protein detection. More than 100 publications have subsequently appeared describing variations in silver staining methodology. This group of procedures is generally accepted to be 100 times more sensitive than methods using Coomassie Brilliant Blue R-250, being able to detect lower nanogram amounts (as low as 1ng) of protein per gel band or spot.
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Protein Silver Staining Teaching Kit facilitates the visualization of proteins from polyacrylamide gel using highly sensitive silver staining method.
Contents: Staining Reagents (Silver nitrate, Formaldehyde), Fixative Solution, Reducer Solution, Developing Solution, Stopping Solution, Protein Samples, Protein Marker, Sample Loading Buffer, PBS
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