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Gel filtration is a chromatographic method used to separate molecules of different sizes. This technique is an important tool for isolating and characterizing proteins. In this series of experiments, students use this method along with basic enzyme and antibody assays to study the structure and function of proteins.

Description

Gel filtration is a chromatographic method used to separate molecules of different sizes. This technique is an important tool for isolating and characterizing proteins. In this series of experiments, students use this method along with basic enzyme and antibody assays to study the structure and function of proteins.

Basic Program 3 is made up of 6 complete experiments that were each designed for 16 students working in pairs. A chemical refill package is also available for Basic Program 3.

Contents

  • 8 Collection Plates
  • 8 Chromatographic Columns (column tubes, reservoirs, lower fittings, bed supports and caps)
  • Rabbit Blood
  • 70 Small Test Tubes
  • Bromophenol Blue
  • 60 Transfer Pipets
  • Cow Serum Albumin(2)
  • 20 Petri Dishes
  • Agar
  • 2 Macropipetors
  • Column Packing Material
  • Starch Solution
  • 16 Large Test Tubes
  • Column Buffer
  • Potassium Iodine
  • 20 Pasteur Pipets
  • Phenol Red
  • Amylase
  • 8 Tube racks
  • Myoglobin-Blue Dextran
  • Pancreatic Extract
  • Cheese cloth
  • Cytochrome C-Hemoglobin
  • Ovalbumin
  • SDS
  • Lysis Buffer
  • Ovalbumin Antibodies

Experiments

Refills