Selenium

Selenium

A selenium atom is very dense and in X-ray diffraction studies these dense atoms are used as points of reference to overcome crystal phasing problems. Historically, selenium has been incorporated into protein crystals either by leaching selenium into previously formed crystals or by using proteins selenated via expression in selenomethionine media. Replacing your current detergent that previously produced poor X-ray diffraction results with selenium-based equivalent will create reference points and help to resolve your protein. In addition, recent membrane protein studies have suggested that detergents can bind at putative lipid binding sites on membrane proteins.

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Katalog-Nummer
Beschreibung
Cond.
H. T. Preis
GEN-3211-76-5
 2.5 g 
2408-100
 100 mg 
2408-500
 500 mg 
AS-23811
 500 mg 
AS-23812
 1 g 
453423-100mg
 100mg 
453423-250mg
 250mg 
466007-100mg
 100mg 
466007-25mg
 25mg 
F657738-100mg
 100 mg 
S248005-100mg
 100 mg 
S248005-250mg
 250 mg 
S248005-500mg
 500 mg 
S248010-100mg
 100 mg 
S248010-1g
 1 g 
S248010-250mg
 250 mg 
S248010-25mg
 25 mg 
S248010-500mg
 500 mg 
MBS842305-100mg
 100 mg 
MBS842305-500mg
 500 mg 
MBS842305-1g
 1 g