Coomassie Blue Staining Method

Coomassie Brilliant Blue G

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Accelerated Coomassie Blue Staining and Destaining of

Chapter 41 Accelerated Coomassie Blue Staining and Destaining of SDS-PAGE Gels with Application of Heat Biji T Kurien and R Hal Scofield Abstract Coomassie Brilliant Blue is commonly used for the detection of proteins in sodium dodecyl sulfate– polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis owing to

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Fast Coomassie staining Development Technique File No 200

The Coomassie staining technique presented in this technique file has been optimized for detecting proteins in PhastGel separation media using PhastGel Blue R PhastGel Blue R is a Coomassie R 350 dye in readily soluble tablet form Coomassie a triphenylmethane anionic dye preferentially forms dye complexes with proteins in the gel matrix

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Fast Coomassie staining Development Technique File No 200

The Coomassie staining technique presented in this technique file has been optimized for detecting proteins in PhastGel separation media using PhastGel Blue R PhastGel Blue R is a Coomassie R 350 dye in readily soluble tablet form Coomassie a triphenylmethane anionic dye preferentially forms dye complexes with proteins in the gel matrix

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Quantitation of protein on gels and blots by infrared

Coomassie blue staining of gels and blots is commonly employed for detection and quantitation of proteins by densitometry We found that Coomassie blue or Fast Green FCF bound to protein fluoresces in the near infrared We took advantage of this property to develop a rapid and sensitive method for detection and quantitation of proteins in gels

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Coomassie Blue Staining Method: Reagents

Coomassie Blue Staining Method Reagents Fixing solution (50% methanol and 10% glacial acetic acid) Staining solution (0 1% Coomassie Brilliant Blue R-250 50% methanol and 10% glacial acetic acid) Destaining solution (40% methanol and 10% glacial acetic acid) Storage solution (5% glacial acetic acid) Procedure 1 Fix gel in Fixing solution for 1 hr to overnight with gentle agitation

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Rapid Coomassie Blue Staining of Protein Gels

Coomassie brillant blue R250 (CBR-250) and silver staining are the most widely used methods for the routine visualization of proteins separated by SDS-PAGE CBR-250 is an organic dye that complexes with basic amino acids such as arginine lysine and histidine as well as tyrosine

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Ponceau S staining (preparation and protocol)

Introduction Ponceau S (a k a Acid Red 112) is a red colour a diazo dye used for reversible staining of proteins in Western blot It was first by O Salinovich and R C Montelaroused in 1986 as an alternative for Coomassie brilliant blue staining [1] Ponceau is one of the many dyes used for staining of proteins

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Quantitation of protein on gels and blots by infrared

Coomassie blue staining of gels and blots is commonly employed for detection and quantitation of proteins by densitometry We found that Coomassie blue or Fast Green FCF bound to protein fluoresces in the near infrared We took advantage of this property to develop a rapid and sensitive method for detection and quantitation of proteins in gels

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CN104004382B

The invention discloses a kind of coomassie brilliant blue staining liquid and dyeing process described staining fluid be comprise acid that volumn concentration is 0 1-10% the aqueous solution that Zulkovsky starch that ethanol that volumn concentration is 1-15% mass body volume concentrations are 10-50g/L mass body volume concentrations are the Xylene Brilliant Cyanine G of 20-1000mg/L

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Types of Staining techniques used in Microbiology and

Acid fast stain (Ziehl-Neelsen technique): Acid-fast bacillus It distinguishes acid-fast bacteria such as Mycobacterium spp from non-acid fast bacteria which do not stain well by the Gram staining It is used to stain Mycobacterium species (Mycobacterium tuberculosis M ulcerans and M leprae) Acridine Orange Stain: This staining method is used to confirm the presence of bacteria in blood

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Protein Gel Staining Methods: An Introduction and Overview

A total protein profile can be determined with the colorimetric methods embodied in Coomassie Blue and silver staining methods or increasingly with fluorescent stains Protein quantitation can be done following staining with fluorescence- and instrumentation-based methods offering the greatest sensitivity and linear dynamic range

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Coomassie Plus (Bradford) Assay Kit

In addition the Coomassie Plus Reagent results in significantly less protein-to-protein variation than is observed with other Bradford-type coomassie formulations When coomassie dye binds protein in an acidic medium an immediate shift in absorption maximum occurs from 465nm to 595nm with a concomitant color change from brown to blue

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Coomassie Staining

Allow staining to proceed until desired band intensity is reached No de-stain is required Method 3: Rapid Coomassie Blue G-250 This method is the easiest but is the least sensitive Simply soak gel in staining solution bands should appear in 15 min and increase in intensity over several hours Staining solution is stable for several weeks

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Microscopy

5/17/2019Coomassie blue - stains proteins a brilliant blue and is often used in gel electrophoresis Crystal violet - stains cell walls purple when combined with a mordant This stain is used in Gram staining DAPI - a fluorescent nuclear stain that is excited by ultraviolet light showing blue fluorescence when bound to DNA DAPI can be used in living

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US5922186A

The present invention presents a novel method for both staining electrophoresis gels as well as removing the background dye during de-staining This novel and simple pad-based technique minimizes solvent consumption is environmentally friendly and does not leave any solid residues on the gel Furthermore a novel method for the quantitative and qualitative determination of protein

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A streamlined Western blot exercise: An efficient and

The Precision Plus Protein™ All Blue Standards were purchased from Bio‐Rad For Coomassie staining gels were fixed and stained (50% methanol 10% glacial acetic acid 0 25% Coomassie Brilliant Blue R‐250) for 1 hour followed by destaining (18% methanol

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Coomassie Blue Gel and Membrane Stains

The most common method for in-gel protein detection is staining with Coomassie blue dye Coomassie dye staining is especially convenient because it involves a single ready-to-use reagent and does not permanently chemically modify the target proteins

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Denaturing Reduced Protein Gels Coomassie Staining and

2 Coomassie Staining (gel) NOTE: you can not run a western blot on a gel that has been stained Place gel membrane in a clear plastic box and wash with deionized water three times for five minutes each (on orbital shaker 75 rpm) 1 2 Stain the membrane with Coomassie blue stain for 5

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Coomassie Blue

A dye staining process followed by a rinse procedure used to enhance detail in faint bloody impressions Fixing of bloody impressions is not strictly required prior to staining The contrast achieved with this reagent is not as strong as Amido Black due to the lighter color of the dye stain and the development of the surfaces' background

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Protein Staining with Calconcarboxylic Acid in

A few of these methods are Coomassie blue (CB) staining (1) silver staining (2) fluorescent staining (3–5) specific enzyme visualization (6) and radioactive detection (7) CB staining is the most commonly used method owing to its proven reliability simpliCity and economy (8 9) but it lacks sensitivity compared with the silver

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A Method for Staining Nematode Secretions and Structures

The staining method was not suitable for dorylaimid nematodes Coomassie brilliant blue R in 10% acetic acid rapidly pene- trated the cuticle of Xiphinema species in- tensely stained the entire body and ob- scured most morphological features DISCUSSION This new staining method is a simple

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Electrophoresis in the presence of Coomassie brilliant

The method cuts short and simplifies the conventional electrophoresis procedure by eliminating the separate poststaining step In the gels run in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate the method produces protein staining patterns which are quantitatively identical to the ones obtained by conventional staining procedure

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Coomassie Staining

Allow staining to proceed until desired band intensity is reached No de-stain is required Method 3: Rapid Coomassie Blue G-250 This method is the easiest but is the least sensitive Simply soak gel in staining solution bands should appear in 15 min and increase in intensity over several hours Staining solution is stable for several weeks

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Overcoming the Coomassie Blues

6/4/2009Coomassie R-250 and its dimethylated derivative G-250 have been used as protein gel stains for more than 45 years 1 Improvements over the years have increased sensitivity and Coomassie staining is compatible with downstream analysis by mass spectrometry (MS) The relatively low cost of these dyes their ready-made solutions sensitivity in the five to 50 ng range detection using standard

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