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Cell Types in the Brain

SKU: 1110
$85.00

ABOUT THIS PRODUCT:


The brain is an incredibly complex organ and is responsible for regulating almost everything within our body. It allows us to form complex thoughts, read, write, move, breathe, play sports, and listen to music. It does this through a network of cells working together to function.

The objective of the experiment is for students to examine the differences between cell types in the brain based on their profiles of proteins.

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Group Size:

For 6 Groups Sharing 3 Polyacrylamide Gels


Kit Includes:

Pre-stained protein standard markers (lyophilized), protein samples (lyophilized), 10x Tris-Glycine-SDS buffer (chamber buffer), Protein InstaStain®, practice gel loading solution, transfer pipets.


All You Need:

12% denaturing polyacrylamide gels (3), vertical gel electrophoresis apparatus, power supply, shaker platform (optional), automatic pipettes with tips, glacial acetic acid, methanol, beakers, transfer pipets, foil, trays or containers, spatula, latex or vinyl lab gloves, safety goggles, distilled water.


Storage:

Some components require freezer storage.

Resources

Instructional Videos:

BioTech Equipment Tips:

Edvotek® YouTube Live Stream - Biotechnology Basics: Protein Electrophoresis - In this workshop, Dr. Danielle Snowflack runs a protein electrophoresis experiment from start to finish. While the gel is running, she discusses how proteins are built within a cell and how their structure affects their function.

Additional Resources:

Group Size:

For 6 Groups Sharing 3 Polyacrylamide Gels


Kit Includes:

Pre-stained protein standard markers (lyophilized), protein samples (lyophilized), 10x Tris-Glycine-SDS buffer (chamber buffer), Protein InstaStain®, practice gel loading solution, transfer pipets.


All You Need:

12% denaturing polyacrylamide gels (3), vertical gel electrophoresis apparatus, power supply, shaker platform (optional), automatic pipettes with tips, glacial acetic acid, methanol, beakers, transfer pipets, foil, trays or containers, spatula, latex or vinyl lab gloves, safety goggles, distilled water.


Storage:

Some components require freezer storage.

Instructional Videos:

BioTech Equipment Tips:

Edvotek® YouTube Live Stream - Biotechnology Basics: Protein Electrophoresis - In this workshop, Dr. Danielle Snowflack runs a protein electrophoresis experiment from start to finish. While the gel is running, she discusses how proteins are built within a cell and how their structure affects their function.

Additional Resources: