PAK1 PBD Agarose Beads

  • Pull down only the active form of Rac or Cdc42
  • Colored for easy visualization
  • Same beads used in our Small GTPase Assays

 

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PAK1 PBD Agarose Beads
Catalog Number
STA-411
Size
400 µg
Detection
N/A
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$450.00
Product Details

Our PAK1 PBD Agarose Beads are designed to pull down only the active form of Rac or Cdc42. These are the same beads found in our Rac Activation Assays and our Cdc42 Activation Assays.

Visible Agarose Beads. Agarose beads are colored for easy visualization, minimizing potential loss during washes and aspirations.

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