Spin-Column Protein Folding Screen Kit (Catalog #: SFC01-10)
The screen kit is an easy-to-use and effective tool for optimization of protein folding conditions. The screen kit includes reagents and 10 different protein folding spin-columns (Column #1 to Column #10). The 10 different columns represent the 10 most promising folding conditions.
Small-Scale Preparative Protein Folding Column Set
The small-scale set is designed for small-scale (0.6 - 1.2 mg) preparative protein folding experiments after the optimal folding condition has been identified from the screen kit (SFC01-10). The column set includes reagents and 10 identical protein folding spin-columns. The columns are identical to one of the 10 columns in the screen kit.
Large-Scale Preparative Protein Folding Column Set
The large-scale set is designed for large-scale (5 -10 mg) preparative protein folding experiments after the optimal folding condition has been identified by the screen kit (SFC01-10). The column set includes 4 identical preparative protein folding columns and reagents. The buffer condition of each column is identical to one of the 10 columns in the screen kit.
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