Hampton HR2-428 Additive Screen • Additive Screen HT
- Manipulate sample-sample & sample-solvent interactions to improve crystals or alter sample solubility
- 18 classes of reagents
- Highly concentrated (10x) reagent formulation
- 96 unique reagents and excipients
- Tube or Deep Well block format
- Crystallization or sample solubility optimization
Additive Screen is a library of reagents that can affect the solubility and crystallization of biological macromolecules, including both soluble and membrane proteins.
These reagents can perturb and manipulate sample-sample and sample-solvent interactions, as well as perturb water structure which can alter and improve both the solubility and crystallization of a sample. Additives can stabilize or engender conformity by specific interaction with the macromolecules. There are numerous reports of the use of additives to improve the quality and size of macromolecular crystals.1-5
Additive screen reagent classifications include multivalent, salt, amino acid, dissociating agent, linker, polyamine, osmolyte, chaotrope, co-factor, reducing agent, chelating agent, polymer, carbohydrate, non-detergent, amphiphile, detergent, non-volatile organic and volatile organic.
Additive Screen contains 96 unique reagents, 1 ml each.
Additive Screen HT contains 96 unique reagents, 1 ml each, in a single Deep Well block.
|HR2-428||Additive Screen||1 ml, tube format|
|HR2-138||Additive Screen HT||1 ml, Deep Well block format|