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NuGel™ BindPro™ - Protein Removal & Enrichment of Metabolites/Analytes From Serum or Plasma



 
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Product Code: BPM55


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Description Applications Specifications
 
Aqueous Protein Crash & Enrichment of Metabolites/Analytes From Serum or Plasma
  • Serum and plasma protein removal, >95%
  • Ammonium Acetate buffer system, simplifies analyte concentration
  • Aqueous Protein Crash, linearly scalable, unlike chemical precipitation or membrane filtration.
  • Fast process, less than 30 minutes from application to separation
  • Applicable for drug binding/screening, target analytes and metabolomics
  • Species agnostic, tested species include: human, mouse, sheep, bovine, goat, rat, calf
  • Dry powder format, compatible with high throughput systems such as 96 well plate.
  • NuGel BindPro™ supplied as a dry powder reagent; related product - BindPro™ supplied as a suspension reagent

BindPro™ is an umbrella trademark for polymeric reagents designed as alternatives to ultra-filtration and solvent precipitation for applications that require protein removal and/or concentration in a more versatile or scalable format. NuGel BindPro™ is engineered onto a bead format, based on passivated porous silica (NuGel™ platform) covalently bound to elastomeric poly-electrolytes. NuGel BindPro™ can be used in lieu of solvents for drug binding studies, for targeted analytes, or for metabolomic investigations.


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NuGel™ BindPro™

15 Preps

15 preps, 20-30 µl of serum

BPM55-15

NuGel™ BindPro™

50 prep

50 preps, 20-30 µl of serum

BPM55-50




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References

Lipoproteins

Turner, Joseph D., R. Stuart Langley, Kelly L. Johnston, Katrin Gentil, Louise Ford, Bo Wu, Maia Graham et al. "Wolbachia lipoprotein stimulates innate and adaptive immunity through Toll-like receptors 2 and 6 to induce disease manifestations of filariasis." Journal of Biological Chemistry 284, no. 33 (2009): 22364-22378.

Patent

Bhogal, John, Shridhara Alva Karinka, Timothy P. Henning, David Cunningham, Udo Hoss, Andrew H. Naegeli, and John Latour. "Methods of Collecting and Analyzing Samples." U.S. Patent 20,120,296,189, issued November 22, 2012.