Denator AB Expands Product Offering to Enhance 2D-Gel Electrophoresis Analysis
Published: Oct 11, 2011
Utilization of Denator’s Stabilizor system, based on the company’s heat-stabilization technology, has been shown to stop biological changes in tissue from the moment of sampling, preventing the enzymatic processes that alter protein states and cause protein degradation. Earlier this year the company introduced the Stabilizor Peptide Extraction Kit to prepare and extract peptides from heat-stabilized tissue prior to LC-MS analysis.
Olof Sköld, CEO at Denator, explained further: “Our goal is to ensure that Stabilizor system users can benefit fully from the advantages of using heat stabilization upstream and have full confidence in the quality of data from analysis downstream. The new kit offers the convenience of having all necessary accessories and solutions ready to use, and, most importantly, includes a validated protocol designed to ensure optimal extraction of proteins from heat-stabilized samples prior to analysis. We are very pleased to offer kits that support two of the most common analytical techniques, in use today - 2D-GE and LC-MS.”
Implementation of the Stabilizor solution in laboratory workflows is reflected in a growing number of peer-reviewed publications particularly from proteomic laboratories. Rapid heat stabilization enables scientists to reveal true protein profiles, detect endogenous peptides and preserve phosphorylation states.
Olof Sköld, CEO
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About Denator AB
Denator AB is a privately held biotech company based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Denator develops and markets products that stabilize biological tissues and fluids from the moment of sampling. Stabilization and standardization of sampling processes upstream significantly enhances the quality of data obtained from analytical techniques used downstream. Based upon the company’s proprietary heat inactivation technology platform, Denator is developing solutions that enable scientists to stop sample degradation instantly and so maintain the stability of sample components throughout the analytical workflow.