Minute™ Total Protein Extraction Kit for Bone Tissue (50 Preps) – Invent Biotechnologies Inc.

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Minute™ Total Protein Extraction Kit for Bone Tissue (50 Preps)

Catalog number: SA-02-BT

  • $355.00

Manual & Protocol | MSDS

Bone tissues are commonly used for research. There are two types of bone tissues: compact and spongy. Cells in bone tissues are tightly packed and, because of their unique structures, it is very difficult to efficiently extract total protein from them. Traditional solution-based protein extraction methods, such as RIPA, are inefficient and the protein yield is very low. The profile of extracted protein is also incomplete with solution-based methods. This kit provides a highly efficient method for extracting proteins from human or animal bone tissue by a combination of mechanical extraction and chemical lysis of cells in tissues. The kit features a simple and fast single-tube protocol and optimized buffers for bone tissue. Researchers have the option to choose either a denaturing or native cell lysis buffer, which is specifically tailored for bone tissue. The whole procedure takes less than 10 minutes to complete and the protein yield is in the range of 0.5-2 mg/ml depending upon type of bones. The materials provided are sufficient for 50 extractions.

Shipping and storage: This kit is shipped and stored at room temperature.



Denaturing Buffer

25 ml

Native Buffer

25 ml

Protein Extraction Powder


Plastic Rods

2 units

Filter Cartridges  

50 units

Collection Tubes

50 units


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