MarkerGene™ Hydrophobic Protein Analysis Kit
Product ID: M0794
This kit allows fast and easy measurement of hydrophobic proteins in complex mixtures using either solution analysis or 1D- or 2D-SDS-PAGE analysis. Both denatured or native conformations of proteins isolated from cell preparations can be analyzed.
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