Breast (Human) Tissue Lysate - Ductal Carcinoma (ab43385)
- Product nameBreast (Human) Tissue Lysate - Ductal CarcinomaSee all Breast lysates ...
- General notesTissue: Breast Location: Left breast Diagnosis: Infiltrating ductal carcinoma Stage: IIB T2N1M0 Grade: II Sex: Female Age: 44 years Gross findings: Tumor size 4 cm, ill demarcated. Cut section firm and brown/red. Soluble protein fraction.
- Storage instructionsAliquot and store at -80°C. Avoid repeated freeze / thaw cycles.
- Storage bufferpH: 7.40
Constituents: PBS, 0.029% EDTA, 0.25% Sodium deoxycholate, 0.018% Sodium orthovanadate, 0.004% Sodium fluoride, 0.1% SDS, 0.017% PMSF, 0.0001% Aprotinin, 0.0001% Leupeptin, 0.0001% Pepstatin A, 100% Laemmli buffer
Note: 20µl of 5X
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- Purification NotesTissue specimens are homogenized in modified RIPA buffer to obtain the soluble proteins, and centrifuged to clarify. The lysate solution may appear turbid at cold temperatures due to insolubility of buffer components. The solution should clear upon warming to room temperature.
- Lysate notes This product belongs to a range of individual sets of lysates that were extracted from very specific tissues and are gender-, cancer subtype-, tumor grade- and cellular morphology- specific. They allow for consistency, reproducibility, and comparative studies from experiment to experiment, due to the existence of specific (matched) lysates that can be used as controls. Two extractions from each tissue were performed, extraction 1 yielding the soluble protein fraction and extraction 2 the insoluble protein fraction. Please find below a range of products that relate to ab43385: Extraction 1: soluble protein fraction ab43385 Human Breast Tumor Tissue lysate ab43384 Human Breast Normal Tissue lysate (matched) Extraction 2: insoluble protein fraction ab43387 Human Breast Tumor Tissue lysate ab43386 Human Breast Normal Tissue lysate (matched)
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