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2D Gel Sample analysis sheet : 2D Gel Procedure, ID Slab Gel Procedure ,Stainig/Driying Procedure ,Radioactivity procedure ,Blotting procedure

2D Gel Sample analysis sheet : 2D Gel Procedure, ID Slab Gel Procedure ,Stainig/Driying Procedure ,Radioactivity procedure ,Blotting procedure

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  • 1. www.bio-WORLD.com2-D gel Sample Analysis SheetName DateAddress Tel. # Fax # EmailP.O. # (P.O. # required for return of result)Billing address (new account or if different than shipping address) SAMPLE COMPOSITION: Briefly describe your samples continuing on the opposite side if necessary. Date received By Run PAGE Stain Your µl Protein Protein µl*# Sample identification and Description sample # enclosed µg/µl dpm /µl load123456789 *Note: µl to load must be between 2 and 501. The protein concentration of the sample(s) was determined by the methods of2. The sample consists of: (Check one) complex mixture of polypeptides purified polypeptide Is sample preparation necessary? few polypeptides don’t know Yes No3. What is the composition of the buffer you used to dissolve the sample?4. What is the molecular wt. range of interest? (Note: our standard 10% acrylamide slab gel will resolve from 14 to 220 kilodaltons.)5. Is the sample radioactive? If so, what is the isotope? What is the total dpm for all enclosed sample(s)? What slab gel % acrylamide is described? (10% is standard) What is this Isoelectric Point of most interest? Please check appropriate step to be performed on your sample, see next page.
  • 2. www.bio-WORLD.com Check appropriate items below – as applicable2D Gel Procedures__ 2D PAGE (2D-ES-1) __ CA/CPK PI markers (2D-ES-7) __ Electronic photos (2D-ES-14)__ Duplicate gels (2D-duplicate) __ Partial tubes gels (2D-ES-8) __ Mass Spec Fingerpr int(2D-ES-15)__ Custom pH gradient (2D-ES-2) __ Manual comparisons (2D-ES-9) __ Internal AA sequencing (2D-ES-16)__ 2-D with peptide slab (2D-ES-3) __ Ltd Computer Comp (2D-ES-10) __ N-term. Sequencing (2D-ES-17)__ 2-D with 8% pH 8 (2D-ES-4) __ Global Comp (2D-ES-11) __ LC-MS/MS (2D-ES-18)__ 2-D. MW down side (2D-ES-5) __ 2-D Quant. Few spots (2D-ES-12) __ Database Maintenance (2D-ES-19)__ No Sulfhydral (2D-ES-6) __ Laser Scanning (2D-ES-13) __ Spot Cutout for Seq (2D-ES-20)1D Slab Gel Procedure__ SDS PAGE (1D-ES-1) __ Double thickness (1D-ES-4) __________________________________ 1D Quant. (1D-ES-2) __ Peptide slab gels (1D-ES-5) (Write in the assay number , if known)__ MW Distribution (1D-ES-3) __ 1D known protein det (1D-PKG-1)Staining, Drying Procedure__ Coomassie blue stain (STP-1) __ Special silver stain (STP-3) __ Transparency drying (STP-5)__ Silver stain (STP-2) __ Rudy Red stain (STP-4) __ Paper drying (STP-6)Radioactiveity Procedure__ Autoradiography (RP-1) __ Fluorography (RP-3) __ Send for identification of the__ Enhance treatment (RP-2) __ 14C MW markers (RP-4) phosphorylation site (RP-5)Blotting Procedure__ PVDF blot (BP-1) __ Nitrocellulose blot (BP-3) __ Colored MW markers (BP-5)__ PVDF staining (BP-2) __ India Ink Stain (BP-4) __ Western blotting (BP-6)Sample Preparation Procedure and cGMP__ Protein determinations (SP-1) __ Nuclease Treatment (SP-4) __ Add SDS + boiling (SP-7)__ TCA Precipitation (SP-2) __ Microdialysis (SP-5) __ Custom sample prep (SP-8)__ Ethanol Precipitation (SP-3) __ Lyophilization (SP-6) __ GMP (cGMP-1)COMMENTS, REQUESTS OR SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: