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Protein Crystallization Starter Kit

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The Protein Crystallization Starter Kit is designed to introduce students to the field of protein crystallization. It contains all material you need to start to grow great looking Lysozyme crystals - a real highlight in Biology or Chemistry courses! 

Two different experiments can be carried out using the Protein Crystallization Starter Kit: 

  • Growing Lysozyme crystals using the hanging drop method, demonstrating the dependence of crystal formation and crystal growth on salt concentration and buffer pH
  • Growing Lysozyme crystals within minutes using the batch crystallization method

The kit contains two crystallization plates, cover slides and a microscope slide, a syringe pre-filled with sealing grease, all necessary buffer and salt stock solutions and a small tube containing pre-filtered Lysozyme solution.

Product Protein Crystallization Starter Kit
Company Jena Bioscience
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