SYPRO Ruby

Basic Information

SYPRO Ruby
260546-55-2
SYPRO Ruby protein gel stain is a highly sensitive, ready-to-use fluorescent stain for proteins in 1-D or 2-D gels.

Overview

467 nm
618 nm
Protein

Exitation

467 nm
283

Emission

618 nm
yes
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Availabilities

Commercial
Invitrogen -Molecular Probe
http://www.invitrogen.com

Applications

Protein stain
Berggren, K., Steinberg, T., Lauber, W., Carroll, J., Lopez, M., Chernokalskaya, E., Zieske, L., Diwu, Z., Haugland, R. and Patton, W. (1999) “A luminescent ruthenium complex for ultrasensitive detection of proteins immobilized on membrane supports”. Anal. Biochem. 276: 129-143.
Protein stain
Berggren, K., Chernokalskaya, E., Steinberg, T., Kemper, C., Lopez, M., Diwu, Z., Haugland, R. and Patton, W. (2000) “Background-free, high-sensitivity staining of proteins in one- and two-dimensional sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gels using a luminescent ruthenium complex”. Electrophoresis 21: 2509-2521.
Protein stain
Berggren, K., Schulenberg, B., Lopez, M., Steinberg, T., Bogdanova, A., Smejkal, G., Wang, A. and Patton, W. (2002) “An improved formulation of SYPRO Ruby protein gel stain: Comparison with the original formulation and with a ruthenium II tris (bathophenanthroline disulfonate) formulation.” Proteomics 2: 486-498