Our total protein tissue lysates are useful tools in the proteomics field for accelerating gene expression analysis by identifying tumor- or disease-specific proteins and genes. We have a comprehensive collection of normal, diseased, and tumor tissues from a wide variety of species to choose from.
If you require only the proteins from the membrane fraction, BioChain also offers a large catalog of these compartmental products to choose from. Our protein products save valuable research time and are cost effective. Our procurement services can also help you find rare materials – enabling you to perform experiments that you thought were impossible.
Features of Our Total Protein Tissue Lysates
Extensive quality control procedures to ensure high quality intact proteins
Ready-to-use in many proteomics applications
Decontamination of polysaccharide, proteoglycan, RNase, and genomic DNA
Large selection of total protein lysates from various samples sources and species to choose from
Applications of Total Protein Tissue Lysates
Tumor- and disease-specific protein biomarker discovery
Tissue-specific protein expression analysis
Electrophoresis and Western blot
Immunoprecipitation and protein-protein interaction
Enzymatic activity analysis
Our Total Protein Extraction kit (Cat. No. K3011010) to efficiently extract total protein tissue lysates from over 300 different tissues and cell lines. Our method uses proprietary isolation techniques to protect the protein as it is being isolated and stored, so you can expect intact native proteins that are the highest quality possible for each sample type. For example, running our total tissue protein lysates on SDS-PAGE gels results in sharp bands that span a broad range of sizes with the absence of smearing. These protein lysates have also been tested for quality on a Western blot by probing against GAPDH.
-Let BioChain provide you with the highest quality total protein lysate products. Our strict quality control procedures consistently result in products of intact native proteins with verification of protein expression on a Western blot (Figure 1).