Solid Phase Extraction (SPE)
For labs looking to uncover weak protein interactions, conventional methods aren’t ideal. Consider exclusion-based sample preparation from EXTRACTMAN instead.
Magnetic bead extraction process can help improve your protein isolation workflows and speed up the efficiency of both IP and Co-IP lab procedures.
Manual sample preparation and treatment is a laborious process requiring constant attention in the lab. Here’s how to optimize and automate your SPE workflows.
Josh Martin, a graduate research assistant and Ph.D. candidate with the McCardle Laboratory for Cancer Research, discusses how EXTRACTMAN helps to overcome limitations of the immunoprecipitation techniques that aim to identify and isolate binding partners of proteins.
Protein-protein interactions play an ever important role in oncogenesis. In this video, Dr. Richard Burgess, Professor Emeritus of Oncology at the University of Wisconsin, discusses approaches to characterize weak protein interactions that are targeted by cancer researchers.
Automated Extraction of Glyphosate, Ampa, and Glufosinate in Red Wine Prior to LC-MS/MS Analysis Without Derivation
Since 1970, glyphosate has been used as a systemic, non-selective herbicide and crop desiccant on farms, in fields, and in public and residential areas. This poster outlines the rapid purification of glyphosate, aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA), and glufosinate from red wine using AFFINIMIP® SPE Glyphosate.
In this application note we examine the limits of quantification and detection, repeatability, reproducibility, and recovery in food safety analytical testing. Automation with the GX-271 ASPEC® system provides a reproducible and reliable method for the isolation.
CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) technology has been used to create useful animal models for studying complex diseases, as well as correcting or inducing disease states within a cell. This technical note describes how PLATEMASTER and EXTRACTMAN can be used in the rapid enrichment and clonal selection of CRISPR modified cells.
This application note presents a new approach for the cleanup of DNA fragments from small volumes of liquid combining the innovative design of EXTRACTMAN® with the convenience of a DNA purification using MACHEREY-NAGEL’s proven NucleoMag® technology.