Protein Carbonyl Immunoblot Kit

  • DNPH derivatization after blotting allows direct comparison of oxidized and non-oxidized protein fingerprints
  • Suitable for plasma, serum, cell lysates or purified proteins

 

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OxiSelect™ Protein Carbonyl Immunoblot Kit
Catalog Number
STA-308
Size
10 blots
Detection
Immunoblot
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$370.00
OxiSelect™ Protein Carbonyl Immunoblot Kit, Trial Size
Catalog Number
STA-308-T
Size
4 blots
Detection
Immunoblot
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$185.00
Product Details

The most common products of protein oxidation in biological samples are the carbonyl derivatives of proline, lysine, arginine and threonine residues. Such derivatives are chemically stable and serve as markers for oxidative stress in most types of reactive oxygen species.

Our OxiSelect™ Protein Carbonyl Immunoblot Kit provides a rapid, efficient method for the detection of protein carbonyl residues. The immunoblot format provides a convenient way to compare oxidized and non-oxidized protein fingerprints.

Assay Principle for the OxiSelect™ Protein Oxidation Immunoblot Kit.

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