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ProteomeLab PF 2D Protein Fractionation System from Beckman Coulter

ProductsProteomeLab PF 2D Protein Fractionation System from Beckman Coulter
Company Beckman Coulter
Item ProteomeLab PF 2D Protein Fractionation System
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Description The ProteomeLab PF 2D is an automated, two-dimensional fractionation system for high-resolution analysis of complex protein mixtures. Part of Beckman Coulters ProteomeLab family of products, the PF 2D produces results in just hours. The system effectively resolves the thousands of proteins present in cell lysates, addressing a key challenge in todays proteomics research.In the first dimension, chromatofocusing separates the proteins according to their pI, providing information that can be related to traditional isoelectric focusing techniques. Fractions from the first dimension are collected and automatically injected into a second dimension, which separates on the basis of hydrophobicity. ProteomeLab PF 2D software displays both one-and two-dimensional maps of the expressed protein profiles in easy-to-read formats. This in solution approach delivers liquid fractions for further study.The PF 2D system addresses many of the problems associated with traditional proteomics research, such as detection of low abundance proteins, run-to-run reproducibility, quantitation, detection of membrane or hydrophobic proteins, detection of basic proteins and detection of very low and very high molecular weight proteins. The automated system also requires less time and manpower than traditional, labor-intensive techniques.
Info Beckman CoulterBeckman Coulter
4300 N. Harbor Boulevard
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Fullerton, CA 92834-3100
U.S.A.
Customer Service: (800) 742-2345
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Web Site: http://www.beckmancoulter.com
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