silver protein

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n silver protein a colloid preparation of protein (albumin or gelatin) and silver oxide; used in aqueous solution as an antibacterial agent
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Usage


In science:

Coomassie Blue). A mechanistic study has shown that these problems are linked in part to the pellicle of metallic silver deposited on the proteins during staining, but are mainly due to the presence of formaldehyde during silver staining.
Silver Staining of Proteins in 2DE Gels
Up to now, formaldehyde is the only chemical known able to produce a silver image of good quality in protein staining, and attempts to use other chemicals have proven rather unsuccessful .
Silver Staining of Proteins in 2DE Gels
Switzer,R.C., Merril,C.R., and Shifrin,S. (1979) A highly sensitive silver stain for detecting proteins and peptides in polyacrylamide gels Anal.
Silver Staining of Proteins in 2DE Gels
Eschenbruch, M. and Bürk, R.R. (1982) Experimentally improved reliability of ultrasensitive silver staining of protein in polyacrylamide gels Anal.
Silver Staining of Proteins in 2DE Gels
Biochem. 125, 96-99 Hochstrasser,D.F, Patchornik,A. and Merril,C.R. (1988) Development of polyacrylamide gels that improve the separation of proteins and their detection by silver staining.
Silver Staining of Proteins in 2DE Gels
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