Precision Plus Protein protein marker Now Brighter image

Bio-Rad’s new and improved Precision Plus Protein Dual Color Standard provides increased overall brightness, offering visual robustness through the entire protein electrophoresis and western blotting workflow – even during rigorous stripping and re-probing protocols — making it a more effective tool for monitoring separation and estimating protein molecular weights.

Providing the images of the entire blot is good practice for science and publications. In order to reprobe for the loading control and keep the membranes uncut, we sometimes need to strip them. This often results in fading of the markers. The ability to publish clear blots with the marker still on is very important.Dr. Federica del Monte, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Two key benefits of the new Precision Plus Protein Dual Color Standards are:

  • Increased brightness — provides better identification of target proteins on gels and blots as well as easier monitoring of gel electrophoresis and confirmation of transfer quality
  • Stronger marker persistence — remains on the blot even under the most rigorous conditions, boosting confidence in western blots and facilitating accurate molecular weight estimation

In a head-to-head comparison, Dual Color is brighter than the other protein markers on gels, blots, and processed blots!

Comparison of Precision Plus Protein standards with other molecular markers on gel, blot, and stripped blot

Ordering Information

Catalog # Description
161-0374S Precision Plus Protein Dual Color Standard Trial Size, 50 μl
161-0374 Precision Plus Protein Dual Color Standard Single Vial, 500 μl
161-0394 Precision Plus Protein Dual Color Standard Value Pack, 5 x 500 μl

Legal Notice

Precision Plus Protein standards are sold under license from Life Technologies Corporation, Carlsbad, CA for use only by the buyer of the product. The buyer is not authorized to sell or resell this product or its components.

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