A rapid method for gene expression analysis, PURExpress® is a novel cell-free transcription/translation system reconstituted from the purified components necessary for E. coli translation.
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- Analysis of Synthesized Protein using PURExpress (E6800)
- Analysis of Synthesized Protein using PURExpress (E3313)
- Analysis of Synthesized Protein using PURExpress (E6840)
- Determination of Protein Synthesis Yield with PURExpress (E3313)
- Determination of Protein Synthesis Yield with PURExpress (E6800)
- Determination of Protein Synthesis Yield with PURExpress (E6840)
- Measurement of 35S-Methionine Incorporation by TCA Precipitation and Yield Determination using PURExpress
- Protein Synthesis Reaction using PURExpress (E3313)
- Protein Synthesis Reaction using PURExpress (E6800)
- Protein Synthesis Reaction using PURExpress® ∆ (aa, tRNA) Kit (E6840)
- PURExpress Disulfide Bond Enhancer (E6820)
- Purification of Synthesized Protein using Reverse His-tag Purification
- Analysis of Synthesized Protein using PURExpress (E6850)
- Protein Synthesis Reaction using PURExpress® ∆ RF123 Kit (E6850)
- Determination of Protein Synthesis Yield with PURExpress (E6850)
- Protocol for Avoiding Rnase Contamination using Murine Rnase Inhibitor (M0314)
- Poly(A) Tailing of RNA using E. coli Poly(A) Polymerase (NEB# M0276)
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- Protein Expression & Purification Brochure
- Protein Expression and Purification Selection Chart
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- His-Tagged Translation Factors
- Initiation Factors (IF1, IF2, IF3)
- Elongation Factors (EF-Tu, EF-Ts, EF-G)
- Release Factors (RF1, RF2, RF3)
- Ribosome Recycling Factor
- 20 Aminoacyl tRNA synthetases
- Methionyl tRNA formyltransferase
- E. coli Ribosomes
- E. coli tRNAs
- Energy Regeneration System
- NTPs, Amino Acids, Salts, Buffer
In addition, recombinant T7 RNA polymerase is used to couple transcription to translation. The PURE system represents an important step towards a totally defined in vitro transcription/translation system, thus avoiding the “black box” nature of the cell extract-based systems.
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