Dynabeads® Streptavidin – Flexible Isolation of Any Target
|Choose Dynabeads® Streptavidin for a flexible way to isolate any target from any starting sample – just add your biotinylated molecule. |
Each bead is identical to the rest so you can be assured of consistent isolation. Still attractive after all these years; Dynabeads® Streptavidin have been cited in thousands of papers for diverse manual and automated applications; here are some reference examples.
There are four different streptavidin-coated Dynabeads® with differing properties; some are more suited to automation, others for use with a high salt concentration or with small, hydrophobic antigens.
We’ve put together 1 ml of each of these in a trial kit so you can try them out with your application.
Why not try this irresistibly easy technology at an irresistible price?
Dynabeads® Streptavidin Trial Kit contains 1 mL of each:
- Dynabeads® M-280 Streptavidin
- Dynabeads® M-270 Streptavidin
- Dynabeads® MyOne™ Streptavidin C1
- Dynabeads® MyOne™ Streptavidin T1
Click here to purchase this trial kit and get 4 different Streptavidin beads for the price of a standard kit.
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Single-stranded DNA templates
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Gene expression analysis
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Nucleic acid binding proteins
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Specific cell isolation
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