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SUMOylation kit Enzo Life Sciences #BML-UW8955-0001

SUMOylation kit

Product Details

1DB_ID: 1DB-001-0001488710
Company: Enzo Life Sciences
Company product code: BML-UW8955-0001
Product name: SUMOylation kit
Product type: Kit
Tested applications: WB, In vitro assay

Reviews (1)

4 - Excellent (Publishable / Ideal reagent)
Application: In vitro assay
Sample: Purified proteins
Buffer: Provided by the kit
Dilution: 1/20
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About Enzo Life Sciences

BIOMOL International is a brand of Enzo Life Sciences International, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Enzo Biochem. Incorporating the Alexis Biochemicals and BIOMOL brands, Enzo Life Sciences is organized to lead in the development, production, marketing, and sales of innovative life science research reagents worldwide. BIOMOL International has been a leader and an innovator in providing superior, cutting-edge reagents for biomedical research for over 25 years. BIOMOL has been focused on researcher's success since the release of leukotrienes in 1983, through the introduction of the first pathway-specific signal transduction catalog to today's offering of over 3500 products and services. Within Enzo Life Sciences, BIOMOL is a major research, development and production center, developing and producing innovative products for: Signal Transduction, Lipid Signaling, Post Translational Modifications, Proteolysis, and Ubiquitin & Ubiquitin-like Protein Signalling. With production facilities in the Greater Philadelphia region and Exeter, U.K. (formerly AFFINITI Research Products, Ltd.), BIOMOL maintains in-house laboratories staffed with an experienced research & development team of organic chemists, biochemists, cell biologists, pharmacologists and molecular biologists with the expertise to develop and support the innovative products that biomedical research requires. Capabilities include organic chemical synthesis, peptide synthesis, recombinant protein production, antibody production and assay development.